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Welcome to Pacific - March 4, 2013

Mar 4, 2013

Welcome to Pacific

Alan Anguiano is a new custodian in Support Services.
Margaret Genest is a new police officer in Public Safety.
Jennifer Low is the new assistant director of the University Center and Student Activities in Student Life/ASUOP.
Michael Krieger is a new coordinator for Greek Life in Housing and Greek Life.
Keith Michaud is the new media relations coordinator in the Office of Communications.
Steven Shipes is a new mail clerk in Support Services. 
Matthew Tapp is a new technical support specialist I in OIT. 
Noel Whitehead is a new network engineer II in OIT.  
Andrew Smith is the new head coach for Pacific women's field hockey. Smith was an assistant at Cal for the past year after 10 seasons at Dartmouth, and is a former member of the U.S. Women's National Team coaching staff. At Dartmouth, Smith helped guide the Big Green to five top-three finishes in the Ivy League Conference... Read more


Notable Changes 

Danielle Bosch, assistant director and events coordinator in the Office of Admission, will be leaving University of the Pacific on March 15. She has been a valuable part of the Admission staff for the past 13 years. Please come by and wish her a fond farewell at a reception in her honor on Tuesday March 12, 2013 from 4:00-5:00 p.m. in the lobby of Knoles Hall


In Memoriam

Constance Wulfman, wife of former physics professor Carl Wulfman, passed away in Bellevue, Washington, on January 25, 2013, following a brief illness. She was 81 years old. The Wulfmans came to University of the Pacific in 1961 when Carl was appointed chair of the Physics Department. In support of Carl's work, Connie became president of the Faculty Dames at Pacific, hosting many visiting faculty members and overseas graduate students in their home, and was very active in their church, St. Anne's Episcopal. Upon Carl's retirement in 2003, they relocated to Port Angeles, Washington. Connie pursued many hobbies, including hand-spinning and knitting, and made shawls and blankets for the sick and elderly. She was an avid reader and book collector, worked as a feature writer and editor for several local papers and newsletters and taught English as a volunteer to members of the Laotian Hmong community. Connie is survived by her loving husband, Carl; sons Michael, Peter, Andrew and Edward; nine grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren... Read more

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