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Can’t go to Italy? Bring Italy to Pacific
7/24/20

Can’t go to Italy? Bring Italy to Pacific

Pacific students couldn't travel for Pacific's Summer Italian Immersion Program in Assisi so the program came to them via Zoom.  more

7/23/20

Examining John Muir’s impact

Yesterday, the executive director of the Sierra Club criticized and distanced the environmental organization from its founder, John Muir, who made deeply disturbing and racist comments about Native Americans, African Americans and others. more

Pacific graduate earns internship with her dream employer
7/22/20

Pacific graduate earns internship with her dream employer

Like all recent graduates, Jade Tom ’20 entered the job market during the COVID-19 pandemic and record-high rates of unemployment. Despite the challenges, just two months after graduation she has been hired as a sales intern with the Walt Disney Company. more

Pacific graduate acquires multiple internships during pandemic
7/22/20

Pacific graduate acquires multiple internships during pandemic

Despite the challenges of the pandemic and record-high unemployment, Angela Salazar ’20 was able to get multiple internships after graduation.  more

Conservatory graduate is pursuing career in music industry
7/21/20

Conservatory graduate is pursuing career in music industry

Sami Fong has been a music performer since the age of ten, but she discovered her passion for music production and marketing during her sophomore year at University of the Pacific. more

7/21/20

Pacific in the Press | July 21, 2020

Examples of how University of the Pacific was represented in the news media in recent days: more

Dr. Dugoni lauds California Dental Association on 150 years of leadership
7/20/20

Dr. Dugoni lauds California Dental Association on 150 years of leadership

Dr. Arthur A. Dugoni shared his heartfelt pride for the California Dental Association as the organization celebrates its 150th anniversary of dedication to oral health care. more

Faculty volunteers sought to test green-lab program
7/17/20

Faculty volunteers sought to test green-lab program

Sustaining Pacific is seeking faculty volunteers to test My Green Lab, a free, online program that emphasizes “green” laboratory practices. more

New Stockton chamber president credits Pacific education
7/17/20

New Stockton chamber president credits Pacific education

Chris Kay (’10 Communication) took over as president of the Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce on July 1. Kay, who leads marketing and business development for Siegfried Engineering, also is the owner of Carter Imports in Stockton.  more

Larry Levine appointed the Gordon D. Schaber Chair in Health Law and Policy
7/17/20

Larry Levine appointed the Gordon D. Schaber Chair in Health Law and Policy

Larry Levine has been named McGeorge School of Law’s Gordon D. Schaber Chair in Health Law and Policy. He sees great possibility in teaching law students and leading law scholars in providing nonpartisan guidance and input as the nation surges toward health care reform. more

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