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Archive for January 2014


News

The Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences’ faculty and staff are dedicated to providing students with innovative programs and a time-proven curriculum in preparation to become practice-ready professionals who will lead in the health care field. Students benefit from this commitment, along with our powerful alumni network. Today, our graduates lead their […]

Interactions 2013


News

Thomas J. Longs School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences hosts Medicare Part D outreach events in several cities like Stockton, Modesto, San Jose, Lodi, Sacramento and Berkeley in order to assist the under served, the uninsured, the disabled and the elderly. Trained student pharmacists work with patients, under the supervision of preceptors, to provide Medication […]

Medicare Part D Students Share Their Favorite Memories


Dean's Blog

I am delighted to announce our new professional doctorate degree program, Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) at the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Pacific’s Au.D. program will be the first in Northern California. It will be one of four accelerated programs in the country, and the only one in California. This program […]

Guest Blog: School Announces New Doctor of Audiology Program


  1. February 21,2014 at 2:13 pm: Dee Anne B.
    What a wonderful and natural next step in the program. Hats off to you Bob and the many others that I am sure made this happen. Can't wait to hear more as everything unfolds.
  2. January 21,2014 at 6:37 pm: Lisa Chattler
    Congratulations University of the Pacific on seeing your your vision become reality. You are ably led by Dr. Hanyak, who, as you already know, is both highly respected and beloved in our profession.

Spotlight

Professor Kylie Rowe joined the Department of Physical Therapy as Assistant Clinical Professor in September 2013. She earned her Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy from Sydney University in Australia. She is currently working towards completing a transitional Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of South Dakota. Professor Rowe has been practicing in physical therapy […]

Spotlight: Kylie Rowe, PT

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“I want to be a positive role model and teacher for a profession that I continue to love!” exclaimed Sue Ulmer ‘83 when asked why she takes Pacific student interns. Sue is the Department Chairperson for the Speech-Language Pathology Department at Stockton Unified School District and has held that position for over 12 years. Ulmer […]

Spotlight: Sue Ulmer ’83 SLP

  • Posted:January 17, 2014
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Born and raised in Stockton, California, Jeralyn Oliveira ‘13, ‘14 is proud to call it her hometown. Actually it was one of the reasons she chose to attend Pacific. Oliveira doesn’t hesitate when asked about her background. She is a first generation student and comes from a low-income background, something Oliveira also takes pride in. […]

Jeralyn Oliveira ‘13, ‘14: Homegrown Tiger

  • Posted:January 17, 2014
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Spotlight

Derek Isetti ‘08 received a $10,000 American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation New Century Scholars Doctoral Scholarship during the recent 2013 Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), held November 14-16 in Chicago, Illinois. The New Century Scholars Research Doctoral Scholarship supports doctoral students committed to working in a higher education academic community in the field of communication […]

Spotlight

On a daily basis we encounter individuals who have different personalities which may make work difficult sometimes. It is especially challenging when you are the boss or dealing with a difficult boss. Gregory Alston ‘77 recently wrote his book titled The BossHole Effect,Three Simple Steps Anyone Can Follow to Become a Great Boss and Lead […]

Greg Alston ’77: Turning Challenges into Opportunities

  • Posted:January 17, 2014
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News

“What plan should I join, a PDP or MA plan? What are the benefits entitled to me? What is this costing me?” These are just a few of the questions many American citizens ask their doctors, insurance companies, and even families. With all the legal and medical jargon, we sometimes don’t understand our medical coverage […]

Medicare Part D Continues to Make a Positive Impact


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Pacific’s National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) took home second place in the Good Neighbor Pharmacy NCPA Pruitt-Schutte Student Business Plan Competition. The purpose of this competition is to promote interest in independent pharmacy ownership. “To be recognized as one of the top three teams made all of the hard work worth it in the end […]

NCPA-Pacific Places Second in Business Plan Competition