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Archive for January 2012


News

By: Dua Moua ‘09 Over the weekend, Drs. Donald Floriddia ’71, alumnus, current professor and Associate Dean of Student Affairs; Ralph Saroyan ‘64, alumnus, pharmacist, and retired Assistant Dean of Student Affairs; and Charlie Green ’68, alumnus and long time Green Brothers Pharmacy owner, were inducted as inaugural members of the San Joaquin Pharmacists Association […]

Dean's Blog

Dr. Cathy Peterson is currently in Malawi and will be teaching in the new physical therapy program as a Fulbright Scholar in Blantyre. Today she shares her experience with us since her arrival on Saturday. Join us as we follow her on her adventure.

Guest Blog: Here I am! Muli Bwanje (I’m sure I butchered the spelling)

  • Posted:January 19, 2012
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  • Posted by:Pacific PaHS Alumni

Spotlight

When you imagine a pharmacy career, what comes to mind? Is it the pharmacist at the retail store pharmacy, the pharmacist at the hospital, or the pharmacist at your local community pharmacy? At first glance, many may not realize that there is a vast array of career opportunities in pharmacy. Dr. Christine Nguyen ‘10 shares […]

Alumni Spotlight: Christine Nguyen ’10

  • Posted:January 10, 2012
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  • Posted by:Pacific PaHS Alumni

News

By: Dua Moua ‘09 Nearly 15 master of science speech-language pathology students returned to the School to celebrate their success at the Speech-Language Pathology December Graduate Luncheon after completing their clinical externships. The graduates, faculty, and staff were excited to regroup and catch up on exciting news. “I’m excited to be back. It was a […]

Department of Speech-Language Pathology host luncheon for December graduates


  1. January 27,2012 at 3:40 am: Speech Therapy Work
    I know for sure that one of their primary goals is to really help those that have problem with their speech.

Spotlight

Children often wonder what they will be when they grow up. From pirate to rock star to doctor, children explore inexhaustible possibilities of what they could become, just as long as it’s fun and exciting. When children grow up, some continue their education through college, some find jobs to work and make money, some find […]

Dr. Ed Sherman: It’s a profession, not a job.

  • Posted:January 10, 2012
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  1. January 14,2012 at 2:48 pm: Ross Shelden
    I knew Eddy when I was a little boy. He's my friend's uncle. Eddy's parents were very nice to me. I have fond memories of Eddy and his family. I am very proud to see Eddy at the University.

Spotlight

                  Most students go about their days worrying about how they are going to balance their studies with their social lives. Pang Moua ’12 has a different challenge—school or family? Moua is challenged with balancing the demands of not only being a pharmacy student, but being a […]

Pang Moua ’12: Motherhood’s reach goes beyond home.

  • Posted:January 10, 2012
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  • Posted by:Pacific PaHS Alumni

Spotlight

                          When Brenda Huey ’12 was seven years old, she tried gymnastics for the first time and after spending a year and a half in the gym, her and her parents discovered it wasn’t a good fit for her. She remained active and […]

Brenda Huey ’12: Finding success in failure

  • Posted:January 10, 2012
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Spotlight

Dr. Tamara Phelan ’08 is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy. She earned her bachelor of science at Tennessee State University, her masters and doctor of orthopedic manual therapy from Ola Grimsby Institute, and her doctor of education from University of the Pacific in 2008. Dr. Phelan was inspired to become a […]

Dr. Tamara Phelan ’08: Providing many paths to understanding

  • Posted:January 10, 2012
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  • Posted by:Pacific PaHS Alumni

Spotlight

For many students who enter college, whether it is a community or undergraduate institution, they face a major dilemma during their first year in choosing their program of study. After graduating from St. Mary’s High School in Stockton, Nicholaus Brock ’11 ‘12 attended San Joaquin Delta College to study art. Not long after, he decided […]

Nicholaus Brock ’11 ’12: Turning passion into a career

  • Posted:January 10, 2012
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Dean's Blog

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams I’m not sure we could pinpoint the exact reason why leaders thrive at the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences but no one can disagree that we have a […]

A legacy of leadership

  • Posted:January 10, 2012
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  1. January 10,2012 at 10:38 pm: Gerald Griffin,PharmD,MD,FACFME
    Strong,ethical and talented leaders attract the same kind of people---and that sense of 'family' filters down to the students as well....the leader has their back, and they have his(hers).........
  2. January 10,2012 at 5:54 pm: Harriet Doyle
    I am so proud to be a graduate of the Speech-Language Pathology Program. Over the years I have enjoyed a positve ongoing relationship with the department. One consistent factor throughout many, many years is the warmth that the faculty shows toward their students. Expectations for top-notch professionalism is always expected. And coupled with that, there is a sincere desire to see each student succeed. I continually encourage young people to pursue a career in Speech-Language Pathology. And if they want to experience the best education in this field, they need to attend UOP!