University of the Pacific was made by pioneer Methodist serves in Santa Clara in July 1851 as California's initially sanctioned organization of higher learning. At first named California Wesleyan College, it requested of the state to transform its name to University of the Pacific one month after it was contracted. College of the Pacific is a broadly positioned college with three different grounds united under one normal objective: to teach and set up the pioneers of tomorrow through escalated scholastic study, experiential learning, and administration to the group. College of the Pacific is with more than 80 majors and projects of study. Pacific likewise has the Mcgeorge School of Law in Sacramento and the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco. Students make up more or less a large portion of the aggregate University populace, with 3,757 students selected for the 2012-2013 scholarly year. College of the Pacific's mission is to give a prevalent, understudy focused learning knowledge coordinating liberal expressions and expert instruction and get ready people for enduring accomplishment and mindful initiative in their professions and groups. The University stays focused on its close to home, understudy focused methodology. Staff and staff are devoted to perfection in educating. Exceptionally intuitive understudy staff relations and an expansive cluster of co-curricular exercises that create understudies' capacities are signs of the Pacific experience.
Editors, Contributors and Speakers 
The following is the list of scholars from University of the Pacific who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences