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Notes from the Dean

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This year the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences and the University of the Pacific are celebrating a milestone. Sixty years ago the School of Pharmacy admitted the first class of 16 students with the promise that, by providing an outstanding education, they would become practice-ready pharmacists. The School’s founders also made a promise to society that, through innovative research, we would contribute to the provision of quality patient care in our community.

As I reflect on the success of our students and faculty, the leadership of our alumni and the continually expanding network that is the Pacific PaHS Family over the last 60 years I realize we are celebrating the fulfillment of those promises and our renewed commitment to them.

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Phillip Oppenheimer Phillip R. Oppenheimer, Pharm. D. Professor and Dean

Thomas J. Long
School of Pharmacy
and Health Sciences

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September 16, 2017

Pacific Physical Therapy Alumni Association Alumni and Friends Reception at CPTA

Pacific Physical Therapy Alumni Association Alumni and Friends Reception at CPTA Saturday, September 16 | 6:30 – 8 p.m. Striders San Diego 100 J Street, San Diego, CA 92101 RSVP by September 8 at bit.ly/cptareception_091617 For more information contact Becky Perry at bperry@pacific.edu or 209.932.3275.

September 27, 2017

Pacific Pharmacy Alumni Association Alumni and Friends Reception in San Diego

Pacific Pharmacy Alumni Association Alumni and Friends Reception in San Diego Wednesday, September 27 | 6 – 9 p.m. Mission Bay Yacht Club 1215 El Carmel Place, San Diego, CA 92109 Hosted by Charles Weber ’73, PharmD, James Wall ’16, PharmD, Elwyn Garrard ’71, ’75, PharmD, Ryan Thimes ’15, PharmD, Adam Morisoli ’10, PharmD, Joan Abbott ’74, PharmD, Jamie Tobitt ’90, PharmD and Alexander […]

October 20, 2017

Homecoming

Homecoming 2017 Friday, October 20 – Sunday, October 22 Join fellow alumni, students, parents and families October 20-22 for Pacific Homecoming. From Taste of Pacific to the Discover Pacific Showcase, this promises to be an exciting weekend that unites the people, places and traditions that make Pacific so special to all of us. View the […]

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“Pacific gave me a lot of confidence,” said John H. Acosta ’90, PharmD. “I believe Pacific prepares all students to enter their careers, the only limiting factor is themselves. I would encourage every student to explore every facet of pharmacy to find what interests them.” A class that altered the trajectory of Dr. Acosta’s career […]

Doctor of audiology (AuD) students Phillip Inouye ’19 and Esther Pugh ’19 were the recipients of the A. Stephenson/Parker Diversity in Audiology Endowed Scholarship. Inouye is from Puyallup, Washington. He earned a bachelor of science in chemistry and a bachelor of science in health sciences from Whitworth University. Inouye has extensive experience with pediatric and […]

Continuing Education

Postgraduate Professional Education: Assisting PaHS Alumni in Advancing their Practice

The Office of Postgraduate Professional Education sponsors and co-sponsors regional, statewide, and distance learning programs dedicated to providing a range of educational programs that promote pharmaceutical, physical therapy and speech-language care that maximizes patient health outcomes and encourages collaborative practices.