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Archive for January 2015


Dean's Blog

As we begin a new year I feel like this is a great opportunity to share some of the exciting plans we have for the School and our programs. Like the School, the health care profession has seen tremendous growth in both the need for providers and in the number of institutions providing education programs […]

News

Paul Williams ‘74, PharmD, MS, emeritus professor of pharmacy practice, passed away on Tuesday, December 16, 2014 at his residence in Stockton. He was 65. A memorial service was held at Zion Reformed Church on January 5, 2015. Williams retired this year from University of the Pacific after having served as a faculty member for […]

Emeritus Professor Paul Williams ’74 Passes


Outreach

Vietnamese Cancer Awareness, Research & Education Society (VN CARES) is delighted and honored to announce that the 7th Annual Sacramento Pacific Outreach Health Fair held on November 16, 2014 at the Vietnamese Martyrs Church in Sacramento was an overwhelming success. It was an incredible turnout where roughly 300 members of the local community and underserved […]

Outreach

On October 21, 2014, Pacific’s American Pharmacists Association-Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) collaborated with the Operation Immunization Committee (OIC) to celebrate American Pharmacists Month by hosting an immunization clinic at Stockton City Hall. This initiative was one of the many events organized during Legislative Week where student pharmacists promoted the profession of pharmacy to local […]

Outreach

In the spirit of the holiday season, student pharmacists dedicated their time to help the homeless by collecting canned food and hand-writing Christmas cards. During the week of November 17 to 21, card stock was made available in the Chan Family Health Sciences Learning Center and Clinics and boxes were placed around campus for canned […]

Student Pharmacists Give Back with Canned Goods and Holiday Cards


Outreach

During the Parkinson’s Wellness Camp participants rotated through different sessions including a Wii Fit station. The Wii challenged the patients’ balance. A home exercise station helped educate patients about what they can do at home to help improve their condition. The camp was an opportunity to go beyond the classroom and help improve the lives […]

Parkinson’s Wellness Camp Benefits Community Members


Spotlight

Kayla Villalpando ’13, ’14 graduated in December from the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences with a master’s in speech-language pathology (SLP). Villalpando originally came to University of the Pacific as a Division I soccer player where she also received her bachelor of science in speech-language pathology. She loved Pacific so much […]

Student Spotlight: Kayla Villalpando ’13, ’14


Spotlight

Camille Camargo ’13 recently returned from a trip to the Philippines. She was a Practicum Facilitator for the School and completed her residency at St. Joseph’s Medical Center. The residency included researching falls prevention in collaboration with Dr. William Kehoe ’95, Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Psychology and Director for the Office of Academic Success […]

Alumni Spotlight: Camille Camargo ‘13


  1. January 23,2015 at 7:13 pm: Zelda Booth
    rather...'hospital' not hostel. Sorry for the typo.
  2. January 23,2015 at 7:11 pm: Zelda Booth
    Great undertaking for both the hostel and Camille. All the best for her future endeavours.

Spotlight

Inspired by her speech-language pathology experience at University of the Pacific Tracey Tong ’14 is furthering her education at University of Washington. There she’ll obtain her master’s in medical speech-language pathology (SLP). She credits the clinical experience she received at Pacific to her successful transition to graduate school, where she is already far ahead of […]

Alumni Spotlight: Tracey Tong ’14


Spotlight

If there is one word to describe Chris Wolfinger ’15 it would be determined. Wolfinger’s focus on his career in physical therapy and athletic training helped him discover Pacific’s student development leave; an opportunity that allowed him to spend a week with the San Jose Sharks at their prospect camp last summer. However, the opportunity […]

Student Spotlight: Chris Wolfinger ’15