Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

1/28/13

Student Speech-Language Pathologists Donates Over 1,100 Books

With encouragement from Professor Simalee Smith-Stubblefield '82, Vera Wolfenbarger '14 and the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) donated over 1,100 books to President Eibeck's Holiday ROAR. more

1/28/13

Election Day Gives Opportunity to Improve Health

Pacific Student Pharmacist Advocacy Coalition (SPAC) hosted two health fairs on November 6, 2012, Election Day, where student pharmacists offered their assistance to people within the Stockton and Sacramento communities. more

1/28/13

Spotlight: Virtu Arora, PT Leadership Council

Virtu Arora, a practicing physical therapist for the past 15 years, earned her doctorate of physical therapy from A.T. Still University, Arizona School of Health Sciences.  more

1/28/13

Emeriti Faculty Spotlight: Virginia Puich

Professor Virginia Puich is a legacy at Pacific.  more

Tony Mikla ’04 Goes to 2012 Summer Olympics
1/28/13

Tony Mikla ’04 Goes to 2012 Summer Olympics

Dr. Mikla serves as a performance coach for multiple athletes at the 2012 Summer Olympics. more

1/28/13

Daniel Huynh '13 Wins Conference Essay Contest

The IPC sponsored 38 students from 12 universities to attend and announced eight recipients to receive a $1500 scholarship. Huynh was selected as one fo the recipients. more

1/28/13

Alumni Spotlight: Denise Santos Ford ’07

Denise Santos Ford '07, owner of SPEECH, Marin, a private pediatric speech and language clinic in Corte Madera, California, started her speech-language pathology career earlier than most at age 15 working in a clinic for deaf adolescents. more

1/28/13

Student Spotlight: Morgan Fry ‘12

Fry talks about his international internship and how it helped enhance his patient interactions skills.  more

1/28/13

Alumni Spotlight: Nicole Martinez ‘12

A pharmacy residency is helping Nicole Martinez ’12 enhance her professional skills. more

1/3/13

Black Barbershop Health Outreach 2013

Members of the Stockton community can receive free screenings for blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes during the annual Black Barbershop Health Outreach Program more