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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

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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

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Preeti Oza, Ph.D., PT, joined the Pacific Family in August as Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy. Dr. Oza came from Fresno State University where she taught neurological physical therapy and was coordinator of the DPT program for three years. After moving to Livermore to be closer to her family, Dr. Oza searched […]

Preeti Oza: Pacific is the Perfect Opportunity

  • Posted:October 07, 2013
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Second year students of the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program, Nicole Molina ’14 and Devon Flannigan ’14 are excited about the 2014 American Physical Therapists Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) in Las Vegas. This national conference held in February hosts more than 10,000 physical therapy (PT) professionals and provides a vast wealth of knowledge and […]

Big Shoes to Fill: The Decades of Giving Program

  • Posted:October 07, 2013
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Dr. Linda (Goosen) Panofsky joined the Department of Pharmacy Practice as Assistant Clinical Professor and Regional Coordinator for San Jose in August 2011. She completed her pre-pharmacy coursework at University of Central Arkansas and earned her doctor of pharmacy from University of Arkansas for Medical Services. Before the downturn of the economy, Dr. Panofsky owned […]

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Lauren Epperson ’14 might come off as shy but her resume tells quite a different story. Her 4.0 GPA, leadership in student organizations and community outreach services earned her the September 2013 Pharmacy Times and Walmart Respect, Excellence, and Service in Pharmacy (RESPy) Award. This award honors an extraordinary pharmacy student who has made a […]

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While many students were spending their summer vacations riding the waves or soaking up the sun at the beach, Gloria Lee ’14 spent her summer with Adventures in Communications at Camp Meadowood Springs in Oregon and providing health screenings to the local communities in Honduras. As a student clinician, Lee worked with children with communications […]