Meet Pacific geology professor Lydia Fox

Lydia Fox is a geologist and one of the program directors of Pacific’s Environmental Studies program. “Geology’s just the best discipline,” Fox said. “It teaches creative thinking, critical thinking, and connects students to the environment.” Her specialty is studying the geochemistry of granite and learning how different formations developed.    

Guillermo Barro

COP faculty recognized in physics, film and geology

Guillermo Barro, Assistant Professor Physics, had his observing propoal for NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope approved for the Cycle 1 Director’s Discretionary Early Release Science (ERS) Program. Barro’s team’s proposal focused on the study of distant galaxies in the early Universe was one of only 13 proposals approved by the director. Barro’s team will be one of…

Meet Pacific English professor Dr. Courtney Lehmann

My teaching philosophy revolves around the call to historicize and the work of counter-memory.  Recuperating voices from the folds in history and the gaps in the narrative is something about which I am passionate. Perhaps this is why I’m so crazy about Lin Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton.  Beyond its citation of Macbeth (“Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow creeps in…

New Pacific faculty art exhibit opens

Reynolds Gallery is pleased to announce Through Lines, the second exhibition of the 2017-2018 season opening Monday, Oct. 2, 2017. A public reception is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 5 from 6 – 8 p.m. An art and graphic design faculty exhibition, Through Lines, explores the artistic evolution of 11 participating artists. Each is represented by three works from undergraduate, graduate student…