The Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA) voted to reaccredit the graduate education program in speech-Language pathology for a period of 8 years (a full accreditation cycle) beginning Nov. 1, 1011 through Oct. 31, 2019. The Department would like to thank the administration of the University and the School for their support and all of the individuals involved in helping us meet accreditation standards.
The Record had an article featuring the Physical Therapy Wheelchair Distribution in Guatamala which Dr. Sandra Bellamy ’97, ’99, ‘03, Allison Tieszen ’12, and Chrissy Hauer ’12 participated in back in November. The program was sponsored by Rotary International. Keep an eye out for a feature article in the Dean’s Letter, Spring Edition.
Read the article here.
Robert Chirk ’12, Tong Lee ‘12, Lamont Vuong ‘13, and Kristen Ward ’14 took home first place at the local AMCP Pharmacy and Therapeutics (P&T) Competition in January and went on to represent Pacific at the national competition. Although the team did not make the top eight finalist, they made it in the top 15 semifinalist, out of 29 teams who competed. Join us in congratulating our students for a job well done.
University of the Pacific’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program was ranked among the top 100 best graduate schools in the 2013 edition of the U.S. News’s Best Graduate Schools Rankings. This ranking puts the program in the top four in California.
The news release also ranked Pacific’s Doctor of Pharmacy program at #48 and Speech-Language Pathology program at #84.
To read the full article visit http://www.usnews.com/education/best-graduate-schools/articles/2012/03/13/us-news-releases-2013-best-graduate-schools-rankings.