Two COP professors were awarded important grants this summer from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the National Science Foundation.
For Nathan Scholar Courtney Bye, the month of June included working on project proposals for the Infrastructure Planning & Economics Department, trips to the National Economists Club, and attending the Congressional Baseball game.
The walls of the DeMarcus Brown Studio are lined with giant papier-mâché renderings of birds, insects, fish, flowers and oversized faces in preparation for the DeltaFusion cultural and community celebration.
Cara Halliwell and five classmates won the award for Best Broadcast at the Scottish Student Journalism Awards for their video short ‘The Edinburgh Cowboy’
It is truly exciting to have completed the first week of what will be an invaluable professional development and career exploration experience for me this summer.
We invite you to follow along this summer as our Nathan Scholar interns blog about their experience as interns at Nathan Associates, Inc.
Every spring, the University of the Pacific’s Math Department and Math Club hosts an annual High School Math Competition for students willing to test their knowledge and challenge their skills.
Guest post by Steven Farias, Associate Director of Forensics, Speech and Debate Team Ask most college students about their spring break plans and you are liable to get a litany of responses all centered around enjoying a weeklong rest from school. Ask any college debater about their spring break plans and you will receive the…