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7/23/20

Examining John Muir’s impact

Yesterday, the executive director of the Sierra Club criticized and distanced the environmental organization from its founder, John Muir, who made deeply disturbing and racist comments about Native Americans, African Americans and others. more

7/20/20

Pacific Technology extends Helpdesk support

Pacific Technology is pleased to remind students, faculty and staff on the Sacramento and Stockton campuses about new after-hours Helpdesk support. more

Provost Maria Pallavicini announces retirement of University Librarian Mary Somerville
7/7/20

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

Gladys Hanna, alumna and granddaughter-in-law of John Muir, passed away June 13
7/1/20

Gladys Hanna, alumna and granddaughter-in-law of John Muir, passed away June 13

Gladys (Stoeven) Hanna ’47, alumna and granddaughter-in-law of renowned naturalist John Muir, died June 13. She was 94. more

6/19/20

Students save almost $500,000 through Pacific’s Open Educational Resources program

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

Pacific alumnus recognized for construction innovation
6/11/20

Pacific alumnus recognized for construction innovation

Chris Madill ’90 takes immense pride in the construction projects he leads on his alma mater’s campuses. The building industry has taken note of his work. Madill, director of planning and construction management at Pacific, is featured in American Builders Quarterly. more

Library creates and serves during pandemic uncertainty
5/28/20

Library creates and serves during pandemic uncertainty

The William Knox Holt Library and Learning Center continues serving and creating into the summer and toward the fall, and the hopeful re-opening of campus. more