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    Gladys Hanna, alumna and granddaughter-in-law of John Muir, passed away June 13

    Gladys (Stoeven) Hanna ’47, alumna and granddaughter-in-law of renowned naturalist John Muir, died June 13. She was 94. more

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2020/july-2020/gladys-hanna-passed-away-june-13.html
    Kevin Huber leaves lasting legacy at Pacific

    Three years ago, Kevin Huber was named chair of the University of the Pacific Board of Regents. As he prepares to step down July 1, he leaves Pacific with a strong foundation, which has prepared the university for continued success.  more

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2020/june-2020/kevin-huber-leaves-lasting-legacy-at-pacific.html

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

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2020/june-2020/pacific-in-the-press--june-30-2020.html

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

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2020/june-2020/pacific-in-the-press--june-23-2020.html

    U.S. Supreme Court makes historic decision protecting rights of LGBTQ+ community. To learn more about this ruling and LGBTQ+ legal rights, the Pacific Alumni Association is hosting a Lunch & Listen at 12:05 p.m. Thursday, June 25.  more

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2020/june-2020/lgbtq-legal-rights-in-post-kennedy-era.html

    Pacific’s Open Educational Resources (OER) program continues to save students money on the cost of textbooks. The total savings for the previous three academic years (2017-2020) is $442,000.  more

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2020/june-2020/oer-program.html

    The volunteerism and upbeat stories of Pacificans continued after they were featured in Positively Pacific. We touch base with updates with three of them. more

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2020/june-2020/positive-pacificans-continue-to-serve-and-create.html
    Psychology study looks for insight into coping with social distancing

    Carla Strickland-Hughes and her research partner at UC Riverside, Rachel Wu, have received a $132,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to study risk and resilience in terms of social distancing among people 18 years and older. more

    https://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2020/june-2020/psychology-study-looks-for-insight-into-coping-with-social-distancing.html