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    Provost Maria Pallavicini announces retirement of University Librarian Mary Somerville

    Provost Maria Pallavicini has announced that University Librarian Mary Somerville retired from University of the Pacific July 6.  more
    Pacific welcomes new Dean Rae Matsumoto

    Pacific will welcome Rae R. Matsumoto as dean of the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy on July 1. more

    University of the Pacific awarded three long-term Pacificans with the Order of Pacific, the university’s highest honor. This year’s recipients are: Carrie Darnall ’78, associate provost for resource management; Berit Gundersen ’81, ’84, vice provost; and Lynelle Wiens, professor and program director for voice in the Conservatory of Music.  more

    The offices of Enrollment Management and Institutional Research and Decision Support are now posting undergraduate student enrollment reports for fall 2020. more

    Interim Provost Michael Hunter Schwartz has announced that Thomas Naehr, dean of the Graduate School, will step down from his role as dean of the Graduate School Dec. 2 and return to his tenured-faculty position. more

    New diversity, equity and inclusion grant launched at University of the Pacific. The first proposal submission period for 2019–20 grants, the program’s pilot year, is from Dec. 1, 2019 to Jan. 17, 2020. more

    Staff, faculty, regents and students attended the Nov. 7 Faculty Showcase highlighting the scholarship from recent faculty developmental leaves and innovative projects funded by the Faculty Research Committee, the Technology in Education Committee and the Committee for Academic Planning and Development. more

    The Beyond Our Gates Every Day Counts challenge saw a huge increase in both the number of schools registered and the count of Pre-K through eighth-grade students who had perfect attendance in September 2019. more

    Gathering mid-semester feedback allows us to calibrate our perceptions, make any adjustments we deem appropriate, and have positive and productive conversations with students about why we are choosing particular instructional approaches. more

    The new curriculum is an exciting new era in pharmacy education for the School that builds upon the strengths of the prior curriculum and includes changes needed to reflect changes in pharmacy practice, pharmacy education, accreditation standards, and the health care environment. more