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4/20/20

Library’s north entrance to close for construction

The north entrance to the William Knox Holt Library and Learning Center will be closed from April 21 to July 15 for the Library Plaza Renovation Project.  more

4/20/20

Managing anxiety, worry and stress through the pandemic

At times of crisis, many of us experience increased stress and concern, and then respond in ways that worsen or makes more difficult our situation.  more

4/15/20

Pacific's partnership with Shanghai Normal University Tianhua College concludes with 30 doctors of education

Pacific's partnership with Shanghai Normal University Tianhua College concludes with 30 doctors of education. more

4/14/20

On-campus garden nourishes Pacific

April 14 is National Gardening Day, and Pacific has much to celebrate with the Ted and Chris Robb Garden on the Stockton Campus. more

4/14/20

Pacific in the Press | April 14, 2020

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

X-Boundaries symposium examines entertainment industry's diversity gap
4/13/20

X-Boundaries symposium examines entertainment industry's diversity gap

The 2020 X-Boundaries symposium drew representatives from music and other media industries to discuss ways that women, minorities and members of the LGBTQ+ communities are often marginalized. more

Dugoni alumnus teams up with School of Engineering and Computer Science, Library to 3D print masks
4/13/20

Dugoni alumnus teams up with School of Engineering and Computer Science, Library to 3D print masks

Dr. Nabeel Cajee, a Manteca dentist and Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry alumnus, is helping lead the efforts to provide protective equipment to health care professionals. more

4/13/20

Softball team turns disappointment to bonding

Coach Brian Kolze knows he has a resilient team – one brought even closer together after the disappointment of a positive season that ended prematurely due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. more

4/13/20

Pacific donates medical supplies to health care providers in its three campus cities

The call came from Kaiser Permanente—and it was urgent. The health care company was short on needed medical supplies in the Central Valley at the onset of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. more

Seminar brings audiology experts to San Francisco campus
4/13/20

Seminar brings audiology experts to San Francisco campus

Doctor of audiology students and guests learned more about cochlear implants through a presentation by world-renowned expert, Monita Chatterjee, PhD and an expert panel. more

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