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    ANTology
    ANTologyJan 25, 2017

    Zachary Stahlschmidt, assistant professor of biology, and his undergraduate research partner, Dustin Johnson '17, are putting the Pacific mark on ants in the Central Valley. more

    https://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x83294.html
    Celebration of Life for Physics professor Keisuke "Jimmy" Juge

    Jimmy Juge, associate professor of physics, succumbed to a long battle with cancer on June 30. more

    https://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x82599.html
    English department offers new minor in writing

    The English department is offering a new minor in writing for students who want to explore their creative side while developing a valuable professional skill. more

    https://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x82349.html
    Topology and the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics

    The Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded this year to David Thouless, Duncan Haldane and Michael Kosterlitz (incidentally 3 Britons working at US universities) for discoveries in topological phase transitions. What does that mean?  more

    https://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x82343.html
    Physics department receives NSF grant to study lattice gauge theory

    Professors Jim Hetrick and Kieran Holland have been awarded a 3-year grant of $210,000 by the National Science Foundation  more

    https://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x82051.html
    Pacific community to remember former sociology professor Mamie Darlington at service Aug. 6

    Emeritus professor Mamie Darlington passed away in June in Atlanta. The Pacific community is invited to honor her memory at a service in Morris Chapel. more

    https://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x81694.html
    University of the Pacific alumni honor professors who inspire

    The Pacific Alumni Association announced the recipients of the 2016 Faculty Mentor Awards more

    https://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x81327.html
    Pacific Summer Academy sparks college dreams in kids facing housing insecurity

    The four-week day camp is open to incoming 2nd through 6th graders served by the district’s Families in Transition program. more

    https://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x81244.html
    Alumnus makes primetime TV debut

    Jorge Ramirez-Martinez '08 translated script for "Queen of the South," a new television drama series on USA Network. more

    https://students.pulse.pacific.edu/x81058.html