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McGeorge professor’s unique focus: craft beer law
7/17/20

McGeorge professor’s unique focus: craft beer law

McGeorge School of Law Professor Daniel Croxall left his job at a large law firm to start Croxall Law in Sacramento in 2013. His focus: legal issues for clients in the California craft beer industry. more

7/14/20

Pacific in the Press | July 14, 2020

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

Pacific mourns the passing of Professor Emeritus Paul Hauben
7/10/20

Pacific mourns the passing of Professor Emeritus Paul Hauben

Paul Hauben, professor emeritus of history, passed away June 24, a week before his 88th birthday. He taught at University of the Pacific for over 25 years. more

Pacific Technology steps up in many ways
7/10/20

Pacific Technology steps up in many ways

Pacific has had many essential employees who are stepping forward to help in myriad ways, including Pacific Technology. Throughout the coronavirus crisis, university technology—at home and on campus—has kept humming with the help of the staff within the Technology Division and technologists across the university. more

DACA ruling reopens doors to eligible students and other undocumented immigrants
7/10/20

DACA ruling reopens doors to eligible students and other undocumented immigrants

Blake Nordahl, professor of lawering skills and supervising attorney for the Immigration Law Clinic at Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law, was a panelists during a July 7 webinar focused on the recent Supreme Court ruling that the Trump Administration’s rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals was unlawful. more

Pacific coach Leonard Perry’s basketball journey has helped many
7/10/20

Pacific coach Leonard Perry’s basketball journey has helped many

Pacific coach Leonard Perry has crisscrossed the country for the sport he loves while helping change lives and develop character in young basketball players. more

Pacific alumnus blends community needs and real estate
7/10/20

Pacific alumnus blends community needs and real estate

Michael Pink ’77 works to link real estate and charitable giving in what started as a side project and has since evolved into a passion. He has donated more than $500,000 of his personal commissions to nonprofit agencies. more

Creative kindergarten teacher back with pandemic safety advice
7/10/20

Creative kindergarten teacher back with pandemic safety advice

Ben Cogswell ’04 has gained an online following for his innovative—and boisterous—approaches to teaching kindergarten. more

7/8/20

Pacific’s Conservatory welcomes Philip Ewell as virtual scholar in residence for 2020–21

Dr. Philip Ewell, associate professor of music theory at Hunter College of the City University of New York, will serve as Virtual Scholar in Residence for 2020–21 at University of the Pacific's Concservatory of Music. He will deliver talks on Confronting Racism and Sexism in the Music Academy. more

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