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    Content tagged "Student Success"


    Physical therapy students help distribute 340 wheelchairs in Mexico

    Pacific partnered with Rotary International and Hope Haven West to distribute wheelchairs in Mexico. more

    Emilia Abdollahian '22 talks about the accelerated program that attracted her to Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and her personal connections with Pacific faculty. more
    McGeorge grad driven to advocate for others

    My Tien Doan, a student at Pacific's McGeorge School of Law, discovered her purpose through anger and frustration-with discrimination, inequality, stereotypes and her inability as a young child to help her immigrant parents. more

    Pacific students transform felled redwoods into beautiful furnishings for the Robb Garden. more
    Riley named semifinalist for MAC Hermann Trophy

    The MAC Hermann Trophy is presented to the most outstanding collegiate soccer player each season. Riley is majoring in engineeirng management in the School of Engineering and Computer Science. more
    McGeorge Mock Trial Team wins National Civil Trial Championship

    The law school's mock trial team won the championship round in the competition in Los Angeles and second-year law student Simon Leighty won Best Advocate. more
    Student Spotlight: Coral Connor ’18

    For Coral Connor ’18, the path to a career in speech-language pathology has been long and winding, but full of moments of triumph. more
    Osagie Omoruyi ’19 is pursuing his purpose to be a leader in the field of pharmacy

    You don't have to spend much time with Osagie Omoruyi ’19 before you see he is someone who is going places. more
    Alumnus Yoshiaki Onishi Awarded Commission by Harvard's Fromm Music Foundation

    Yoshiaki Onishi '04 has been recognized by the Fromm Music Foundation at Harvard University as one of fourteen composers selected to receive 2018 Fromm commissions. more
    Air Force vet finds purpose in helping amputees, burn victims

    Pacific’s Chandee Pressnall ’18, ’20 is heading down a path she hopes one day will allow her to fulfill her purpose of helping amputees and burn victims. more