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 … Continue reading COP faculty recognized in physics, film and geology
On August 21, people in the United States will get a chance to see something that most people never see: a total solar eclipse. Throughout the day, across a thin swath of the United States from Oregon to South Carolina, the moon will completely block the sun for a minute or two. A team of … Continue reading What it’s like to see a total solar eclipse
University of the Pacific Homecoming 2014 is just a few weeks away, and the College has planned a great weekend of events planned to celebrate. Check up our round-up of College Homecoming events below, and let us know if we'll see you there! For more information and registration, please visit the University Homecoming website. Latin … Continue reading Join the College at Homecoming 2014!