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    Pacific Review - Volume 98 | no. 1 | Winter 2012

    Pacific Review Cover Winter 2012

    Featured Stories

    Lighting the TorchLighting the Torch - Passing It On
    Mentoring must be sought, accepted and nurtured. This effort is so important to the culture of Pacific that it's now recognized with the Pacific Alumni Association's Faculty Mentor Award.
    Insider TrainingInsider Training
    Pacific's Urban Teacher Residency Program takes teacher training to the classroom to prepare confident, competent educators for success in inner city schools.
    Hope for the WearyHope for the Weary
    In the Pacific Fatigue Laboratory, faculty and student researchers are giving hope to people with debilitating illnesses.
    Wind Beneath Her WingsThe Wind Beneath Her Wings
    When Jillian Hall '13 arrived at University of the Pacific as a freshman she was one of only 17 students that year to join the Powell Scholars Program. But even Hall says she could not have imagined how this scholarship has allowed her to take flight.
    Labor of LoveLabor of Love
    Marie-Clare Treseder's senior project curating an art exhibition of her great-grandfather's work culminated a five-year journey of discovery and provided a strong foundation for her future career.


    TOC, Message From The President, Letters
    Hear from President Pam Eibeck and fellow tiger alumni
    Campus Happenings
    Take a look at what's happening at Pacific
    The Bookshelf
    Read about the newest publications from Pacific alumni and faculty
    See what's happening in Tiger Athletics
    Get Connected
    Stay connect with the latest Alumni news and events
    Class Notes
    Learn what Pacific's alumni have been up to
    Back Story
    Learn about the mysterious sculpture in the middle of campus

    The Pacific Review is edited and produced by the Office of Marketing and Communications for the Pacific Alumni Association. For previous issues, please visit the Pacific Review Archive.