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Dean's Blog

The fall semester is in full swing here at the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, but we’re still basking in the memories of some wonderful events from the summer. We held our annual Scholarship Ceremony on July 12. This year a record number of scholarships were awarded to our pharmacy students. […]

Letter From the Dean – Fall 2016

Dean's Blog

On July 12, the School held our annual pharmacy scholarship ceremony, where 238 individual scholarships were awarded from 83 distinct endowed and immediate-need scholarships. Approximately $450,000 was distributed to our deserving students. Our donors’ support of scholarships strengthen the Pacific Pharmacy Family by connecting alumni, faculty and friends of the School with students. Such support is […]

Letter from the Dean – Summer 2016


Above and beyond. The phrase is reserved for those individuals who surpass expectations and who are focused on the success of others. Each of the School’s donors can be characterized by their generosity and their readiness to support students who strive to go beyond the status quo. The Emmons E. Roscoe Scholarship recognizes exemplary academic […]

Donors Recognize Those Who Exceed Expectations

Dean's Blog

As we celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, we’re reminded of all we have accomplished over the years. In the past year –– our faculty, students and alumni were once again recognized for their excellence with scholarships, grants and so much more. See for yourself, just […]

Celebrating 60 Years of Excellence


Anna Barrett ‘16, student physical therapist, received the Team Osan Spouses’ Club Continuing Education Scholarship. The $2,250 scholarship recognizes military personnel or their dependents for their leadership, honors and community service. Barrett met her husband, Matthew, while studying exercise biology at University of California in Davis. “He loves to remind me of the fact that […]

Student Spotlight: Anna Barrett ’16


Alanna Sing ’16 isn’t your typical student pharmacist. Her love for animals, specifically horses, inspired her to pursue a nontraditional career path of becoming a veterinary pharmacist. This career path will allow Sing to provide services to customers by treating their animals, the patients. Sing has been riding horses since she was five. She joined […]

Student Spotlight: Alanna Sing ’16

  1. January 22,2015 at 10:41 pm: Lisa Souza
    What an inspirational article! Congratulations, I wish you the best in your future endeavors:)


Yvette Young ’14, ’15 is a graduate student in the speech-language pathology (SLP) program at University of the Pacific. She is the recipient of the Virginia Puich Endowed Scholarship. This scholarship recognizes students who have illustrated clinical and academic excellence who are entering Pacific’s Graduate Program in speech-language pathology. Young grew up in Manteca, Calif. […]

Student Spotlight: Yvette Young ’14, ’15


Emily Holmstedt ’14, ’15 was the recipient of the Florence Scott van Gilder “Tolley” Endowed Award. She received this scholarship because of her academic and clinical excellence. This award will support her future plans to continue onto graduate school in the speech-language pathology field. Holmstedt grew up in a small city in the East Bay […]

Student Spotlight: Emily Holmstedt ’14, ’15

  1. January 02,2015 at 8:12 am: Norman Frank Keaton II
    Congratulations Emily. My grandmother's Master Thesis is in the UOP Library if you care to see it. I lived with Florence between 1953 and 1956.


On July 7, 2014 Cardinal Health announced a $2 million scholarship to be awarded collectively to the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences and eight other pharmacy schools across the country. Yearly scholarships in upwards of $8,000 will be given to students who participate in the Entrepreneurial Pharmacy Practice Program. This program […]


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 […]