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Archive for July 2012


Outreach

On May 6, 2012, the sisters of Lambda Kappa Sigma (LKS) hosted the inaugural Hygeia Health Fair at First Baptist Church in Stockton. By hosting the health fair, LKS gave the Stockton community the opportunity to take their health into their own hands and become more informed about their health. The sisters prepared for the […]

LKS Hosts Inaugural Hygeia Health Fair

  • Posted:July 19, 2012
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Spotlight

When Genevieve Correa ’12 graduated from University of California Los Angeles with a bachelor of science in mathematics and computer science she wasn’t sure if she would become a mathematician or a scientist. The biggest surprise yet is she didn’t know she would become a student of physical therapy. “After holding various jobs which included […]

Physical Therapy Student Spotlight: Genevieve Correa ’12

  • Posted:July 16, 2012
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  1. July 20,2012 at 3:07 am: Cina
    That's my girl! You are amazing! I love you!
  2. July 18,2012 at 10:46 pm: Rebecca Arias
    Yay! Sooo proud of you! Great job!

Spotlight

Unlike many students in high school, Andrew Masatoru Abe ’11 knew exactly what he wanted to be when he grew up: a pharmacist. He, a fourth generation Japanese American from Hawaii, was accepted at Pacific in the three-three pre-pharmacy program and recently graduated with a doctor of pharmacy in 2011. His inspiration to study pharmacy […]

Pharmacy Alumni Spotlight: Andrew Masatoru Abe ’11

  • Posted:July 16, 2012
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Spotlight

Many of us find our inspiration and passion from past experiences that have made a lasting impression on us. For Kelsey Negrete ’12, she found her passion while volunteering at a children’s rehabilitation hospital during her years in junior high. “My sister and I had the opportunity to watch all the different therapists (physical therapists, […]

Speech-Language Pathology Student Spotlight: Kelsey Negrete ’12

  • Posted:July 16, 2012
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  • Posted by:Pacific PaHS Alumni

  1. August 07,2013 at 5:04 pm: Norm Keaton on Linkedin and Norman Keaton on Facebook
    I see your sister is a music therapist at a hospital in Florida. I lived in Florida. What hospital? My mother graduated from UOP in elementary education and got a special teaching credential (IQ 80-100) My step-father William Edgard Gregory PhD in Psychology taught at UOP. He was a confidant of Irving Goleman. His son Daniel Goleman (Emotional and Social Intelligence) and my step-brother were inseparable. Florence knew everyone. Surely I have the only football signed by both Amos Alonzo Stagg and his wife Stella. I graduated from A.A. Stagg High School and Daniel Webster Junior High. My mother and her parents Florence and Bert were close friends of Charles Schilling, Conservatory of Music UOP.
  2. August 07,2013 at 4:29 pm: Norm Keaton on Linkedin and Norman Keaton on Facebook
    Florence Scott Van Gilder (Tolley Award) was my grandmother. I called her Tollie. Bert Ira was her husband. On Linkedin I pretend to be Bert Ira beginning at Ferris Institute. I am a graduate of UOP at the time that the 3 cluster colleges were created. They are buried in Rural Cemetery. I am in the process of creating a Find A Grave for both of them. I am far from finished. Check back. Put in your browser "Find A Grave" and select "Millions of Cemetery Records & Online Memorials"

Outreach

On Saturday, June 16, 2012 Pacific’s Rho Pi Phi collaborated with Dr. Rajul Patel ’01, ’06 in partnership with Bread of Life to host the inaugural Living Hope Health Fair. With the help of 60 student pharmacists, 15 preceptors, and a number of community organizations and volunteers, the event attracted over 200 attendees. The Living […]

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News

With the California budget crisis and Stockton on the brink of bankruptcy, it is important that we fight to be the change for our future.  Earlier this year when Governor Brown proposed a bill to cut Cal Grant funding available to students who attend private universities by 44%, Pacific students, staff, and alumni gathered to […]

Student Pharmacists Host Pharmacy Legislative Dinner


News

May 21 – 26, 2012, Van Duong ’13, Gina Stassinos ’13, Michael Chuang ’14, and Tammie Chau ’12 attended the 65th Annual World Health Assembly (WHA) in Geneva, Switzerland as part of Pacific’s International Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation (IPSF). Duong, former IPSF co-chair and current chair of the IPSF Pan American Regional Office (PARO), was made […]

Student Pharmacists Attend Sixty-Fifth Annual World Health Assembly

  • Posted:July 16, 2012
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Spotlight

Growing up in a musical family, Marlowe Fischer ’67, ’68 came to Pacific originally as a music major, but two weeks into her education she switched to speech-language pathology after hearing Professor Halvor Hansen speak about the profession. That was when she knew what she wanted to do for the rest of her life. She […]

Speech-Language Pathology Alumni Spotlight: Marlowe Fischer ’67, ’68

  • Posted:July 16, 2012
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  1. July 18,2012 at 1:13 pm: Jean Simpson Thompson
    Marlowe and I share many of the same memories of Dr. Hansen and Dr. Runion. I was one year ahead of her and also served as Dr. Runion's graduate assistant followed by a year as an instructor in the department when Dr. Perrin was on leave at Stanford. I spent my entire career in the public schools. I have followed Marlowe's career with pride. We were a part of a strong program that was like a family and it has turned out many highly successful graduates.

News

Securing and matching a pharmacy residency is increasingly difficult these days. To help student pharmacists prepare for the challenge, Pacific’s California Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists (CSHP) hosted their annual CSHP Residency Showcase on Thursday, June 21, 2012. “We hope this event will assist members and non-members to learn about the process of applying, the different […]

News

Have you ever been asked “what would you do differently if you knew then what you know now”? Does the answer “attend a professional meeting” come to mind? The Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) is an annual event hosted by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). CSM, generally a four day event, gives professional physical therapists […]

The Next Generation of Practitioners…Their Future is in Your Hands

  • Posted:July 16, 2012
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  • Posted by:Pacific PaHS Alumni