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Physical therapy students help distribute wheelchairs in ecuador
4/7/20

Physical therapy students help distribute wheelchairs in ecuador

In October 2019, Whitney Davis ’00, ’03, PT, DPT, PCS led four doctor of physical therapy students on an eventful trip to Portoviejo, Ecuador to distribute wheelchairs.  more

4/7/20

Pacific in the Press | April 7, 2020

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Family experiences drive McGeorge law student to advocate for others
4/6/20

Family experiences drive McGeorge law student to advocate for others

Consuelo Amezcua ’20 recalls being an advocate for others since her early teens when she translated and completed important paperwork for her immigrant parents. more

4/1/20

Compliance update: HIPAA and FERPA

The university Compliance Program team has prepared an overview of privacy requirements for student records and patient records to help you and your team understand the differences and stay in compliance. more

3/31/20

Pacific in the Press | March 31, 2020

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University of the Pacific faculty researcher awarded $1.15 million NIH grant
3/31/20

University of the Pacific faculty researcher awarded $1.15 million NIH grant

Pharmacy's Melanie A. Felmlee has received a four-year $1.15 million grant for research that focuses on the differences in the way males and females process GHB. more

Commentary: Women’s impact on history deserves more commemoration now
3/25/20

Commentary: Women’s impact on history deserves more commemoration now

In our country there is a clear disparity and significant inequities in how America honors women compared to men. This is something to especially consider since March is Women’s History Month. more

Conservatory student discovers way to play music, help others
3/25/20

Conservatory student discovers way to play music, help others

Conservatory student William Peralta ’20 soon he will be honing his skills as a music therapist at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles in its Mark Taper-Johnny Mercer Artists Program. more

3/24/20

Former McGeorge dean Gerald Caplan passed away March 14

Gerald “Jerry” Caplan, former University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law dean, passed away March 14. He was 82. Caplan served as the seventh dean of McGeorge. more

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