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    Pacific mourns passing of emeritus physics professor Carl Wulfman

    Theoretical physicist Carl Eugene Wulfman, professor emeritus and former chair physics, passed away at his home in Seattle, Washington, on Aug. 29 at age 87. more

    http://blackboard.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2018/september-2018/pacific-mourns-passing-of-emeritus-physics-professor-carl-wulfman.html
    Back to School: Media X introduces new performance capture course

    This fall, Media X students can take Introduction to Performance Capture, taught by actor, director and professor, Gary Armagnac. more

    http://blackboard.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2018/august-2018/back-to-school-media-x-introduces-new-performance-capture-course.html
    Back to school: Incoming freshman setting high marks for success

    Miguel Andrade-Salcedo ’22 has already set high standards for himself even before stepping onto campus for his first semester at Pacific. more

    http://blackboard.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2018/august-2018/back-to-school-incoming-freshman-setting-high-marks-for-success.html
    Pacific students live and work in Uganda

    For students Caroline Styc '19 and Cynthia Villalobos '19, the opportunity to work in Africa meant a chance for an unforgettable two-way learning exchange.  more

    http://blackboard.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2018/august-2018/pacific-students-live-and-work-in-uganda.html
    Pacific receives $300,000 NIH grant for biology and chemistry research

    A $300,000 National Institutes of Health research grant for Pacific could lead to more efficient ways of producing proteins used in making vaccines, insulin and cancer treatments. more

    http://blackboard.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2018/august-2018/pacific-receives-300000-nih-grant-for-biology-and-chemistry-research.html
    Pacific mourns passing of Faye Spanos

    Longtime University of the Pacific supporter, a pillar in the community, and the matriarch of the Spanos family Faye Spanos has died at the age of 92. more

    http://blackboard.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2018/august-2018/pacific-mourns-passing-of-faye-spanos.html
    Christmas, Duarte named to All-America teams

    This is the duo's second straight All-American honor and first time in Pacific program history that two Tigers have repeated back-to-back.  more

    http://blackboard.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2018/may-2018/christmas-duarte-named-to-acwpc-all-america-teams.html
    Emmy-award winning narrator gives voice to Moscone film

    Emmy winner Peter Coyote will narrate the upcoming documentary about former San Francisco mayor and Pacific alumnus George Moscone ’53. more

    http://blackboard.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2018/may-2018/peter-coyote-gives-voice-to-moscone-film.html
    Religious Studies professor awarded prestigious ACLS fellowship

    Caroline Schroeder was awarded an American Council of Learned Societies fellowship to continue her research into children in early Egyptian monasteries. more

    http://blackboard.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2018/may-2018/religious-studies-professor-awarded-prestigious-acls-fellowship.html
    Single mother who was once homeless takes control of her education and her life

    Ashley Baxter’s road to graduation has been marked by financial challenges, periods of homelessness and a battle with dyslexia, but it is not one she has had to travel alone. more

    http://blackboard.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2018/may-2018/single-mother-who-was-once-homeless-takes-control-of-her-education-and-her-life.html