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5/21/20

Music students have summer smorgasbord of virtual choices

Virtual music offerings continue throughout the summer at University of the Pacific’s Conservatory of Music. more

5/21/20

Benerd doctoral candidate serves young homeless population in Sacramento

Benerd doctoral candidate Robynne Rose-Haymer ’18 serves young homeless population in Sacramento. more

5/21/20

Technology in kindergarten? Of course, says innovative Pacific graduate

Ben Cogswell ’04 is a kindergarten teacher with deep knowledge and understanding of how to utilize technology in a classroom. However, in early March, when Alisal Union School District in Salinas went to a learning from home model, uncertainty creeped into his mind. more

5/21/20

Computer science senior projects shift to Game of Thrones-themed virtual reality

Despite the pandemic, the senior project showcase and competition happened, thanks to virtual reality creations by University of the Pacific Libraries and the School of Engineering and Computer Sciences (SOECS) – notably a daughter-father collaboration. more

5/21/20

Coalition donates medical equipment to Turlock nursing home

The Print to Protect Coalition (PTPC), which includes volunteers from the University of the Pacific, is aiding an embattled Turlock nursing home during the pandemic. more

5/21/20

Get to know fellow Pacificans with Tiger to Tiger Networking

Tiger to Tiger Networking, Pacific's very own networking app to connect students, alumni, faculty and staff, has been redesigned and relaunched. more

Dugoni alumna, professor serves on governor’s economic recovery committee
5/21/20

Dugoni alumna, professor serves on governor’s economic recovery committee

Dr. Natasha Lee ’00 will take part in important conversations with governmental and business heavyweights as California moves forward economically from the COVID-19 pandemic. Gov. Gavin Newsom appointed Lee to his Task Force on Business and Jobs Recovery.  more

McGeorge prepares alumna for courtroom, board room
5/20/20

McGeorge prepares alumna for courtroom, board room

Besides being on a McGeorge mock trial team and being named the Outstanding Graduating Senior for day law students, Hayley Graves was the editor-in-chief of The University of the Pacific Law Review more

5/20/20

Pacific changing nursing master’s program to meet demand

Due to current urgent health care needs, and in consultation with university leadership and health care industry partners, University of the Pacific’s new School of Health Sciences will pivot its Master of Science in Nursing program (MSN) toward a Master’s Entry Professional Nursing program (MEPN).  more

5/20/20

Pacific remembers rugby coach Kreg Nelson

Alumnus and University of the Pacific rugby club team coach Kreg Eldon Nelson passed away May 9, 2020. He was 63.  more

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