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5/15/20

Talking bread with Professor Ken Albala, the “Sourdough Whisperer”

Pacific history Professor Ken Albala, who has been in demand from media outlets to talk about sourdough starters and bread baking, answers questions and share his “how-to” guide.  more

Passion for music experiences defines conservatory’s Presser award winner
5/15/20

Passion for music experiences defines conservatory’s Presser award winner

Diego Bustamante’s junior year piano recital was yet another event impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. But the show went on. The music performance major played 70 minutes of the works of Franz Joseph Haydn, Maurice Ravel and Johannes Brahms in an April 19 virtual recital. more

Sacramento woman overcomes layoff, ADHD to graduate Benerd College
5/14/20

Sacramento woman overcomes layoff, ADHD to graduate Benerd College

Katie Kanowsky Souza is not a “traditional” Pacific student. She is a working mother of three who decided to make her education a priority. more

5/12/20

Pacific in the Press | May 12, 2020

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

5/12/20

Civil engineering graduate finds her purpose in structural engineering

Growing up in the Bay Area, Leah Classen was awestruck by the history and architecture of the buildings that surrounded her.  more

Pacific alumnus sets aside possible health care career to pursue passion as opera singer
5/11/20

Pacific alumnus sets aside possible health care career to pursue passion as opera singer

Jorge Torrez discovered his love for music in high school, but he had a practical career planned for himself  more

5/8/20

University of the Pacific to confer degrees to resilient, inspiring graduates

Resilient, resourceful and truly inspiring lawyers, dentists, pharmacists, engineers, data scientists, poets and filmmakers who make up University of the Pacific’s Class of 2020. more

5/8/20

Center for Teaching and Learning lauds faculty for resiliency

Lott Hill, director of University of the Pacific’s Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), said 11 days of faculty resilience and creativity helped the university cope with initial academic challenges caused by a global pandemic. more

5/8/20

Print To Protect Coalition makes first medical equipment delivery

The Print To Protect Coalition, led by Pacific’s Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry alumnus Nabeel Cajee ’11, ’15 has made its first delivery of PPE.  more

5/8/20

Emergency fund donations aid Pacific students in need

Through the Pacific Student Emergency Support Fund, more than $130,000 in donations have benefited more than 400 students on the Stockton, Sacramento and San Francisco campuses since late March.  more

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