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International Diplomat to Join SIS for the Fall 2014 Term

The School of International Studies (SIS) welcomes Ambassador Arsene M. Balihuta, Ph.D. as a visiting Diplomat to the University of the Pacific for the fall 2014 semester. Dr. Balihuta was Uganda’s Ambassador to Switzerland and the World Trade Organization (WTO).  He is currently Senior Advisor on Public Private Partnerships to the President of the Republic…

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COP English Welcomes Acclaimed Author as Visiting Lecturer

The College of the Pacific Department of English is welcoming another successful author to its faculty ranks this autumn. Author Michael David Lukas will join the department as a visiting lecturer and will instruct a course in creative writing. His debut novel, “The Oracle of Stamboul,” was translated into over a dozen languages and was nominated…

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Auditions announced for Theatre Arts Fall Production

Pacific Theatre Arts is proud to announce that the Fall 2014 Mainstage Production will be a collection of one-acts by Tennessee Williams, directed by associate professor and Theatre Arts chair Lisa A. Tromovitch. Works to be performed are “27 Wagons Full of Cotton,” “This Property is Condemned,” and “Talk to Me Like Rain and Let…

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COP Quick-Takes, Vol. 4: Once More, with Quick-Takes

Here are the latest accomplishments and updates by the faculty, students and alumni from the College of the Pacific: Humanities Monika Meler, Visual Arts, had two paper-cuts juried into the Vulnerability Vs. Strength Exhibit, which took place at Linus Galleries in Long Beach, California. She also had two prints juried into the Shy Rabbit Print…

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Pacific Community Remembers Dr. Caroline Cox

The Pacific community is grieving for the loss of Dr. Caroline Cox, who passed away late last week after a long battle with cancer. Tributes and memories have been pouring on Facebook and through other social media channels, and we have gathered them here to celebrate and commemorate a life well-lived. Please feel free to…