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    A full listing of all news stories from November 2019 more
    Stockton native named city’s director of public works

    University of the Pacific civil engineering alumna Jodi Almassy ’04 started her appointment as director of public works for the city of Stockton on June 22.  more

    University of the Pacific joins immigration lawsuit against federal government. The suit seeks to prevent international students from being forced to leave U.S. if their schools operate entirely online. more

    Pacific welcomes five new students from across the country to the Powell Scholars Program, which develops responsible leaders who excel academically and take the initiative to understand and serve the university and local and global communities.  more

    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

    Andrea De Nardi ‘20 is the School of Engineering and Computer Science’s (SOECS) most decorated graduate. more

    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

    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

    Growing up in the Bay Area, Leah Classen was awestruck by the history and architecture of the buildings that surrounded her.  more

    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