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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

5/8/20

McGeorge ties for 7th in nation for ABA competitions

McGeorge School of Law tied for seventh in the country in perhaps the truest test of lawyering skills a law student can face — the American Bar Association Competition Championship. more

5/7/20

COVID-19 Recovery Task Force

Interim President Maria Pallavicini has formed a universitywide COVID-19 Recovery Task Force to help ensure Pacific is fully prepared for students, faculty and staff to return to our campuses more

5/7/20

Graduate School staff asks, “who do you roar for?”

The Graduate School admissions team has started a social media campaign: “Who do you roar for?” The purpose: to help the Pacific community pull together during the uncertainty of a global pandemic.  more

5/7/20

Pharmacy “myth busters” go online to debunk pandemic rumors, misinformation

Nine students from the class of 2020 in University of the Pacific’s Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy are busy debunking myths about the COVID-19 pandemic. more

Students’ video brings Dugoni dean to tears
5/7/20

Students’ video brings Dugoni dean to tears

Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry students express gratitude in a video for the way administration, faculty, staff and others have helped them during the uncertainty of the pandemic. more

5/7/20

Graduating Powell Scholars virtually thank their mentors

The Powell Scholars Senior Luncheon, an annual celebration of the student-faculty relationship, was virtual this year. That did not make it any less meaningful. more

Dugoni graduate, father go “old school” to help health care workers
5/7/20

Dugoni graduate, father go “old school” to help health care workers

Felicia Ortiz ’18, a dental hygiene graduate, and her father, Mike Ortiz, are making personal protective equipment (PPE) for health care workers during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. more

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