These Health, Exercise, and Sports Sciences students not only exhibit academic excellence, but also serve as examples of the mission of College of the Pacific. They have excelled in the classroom and beyond, whether it's through multiple degrees, research, study abroad or service to their communities. They are the epitome of excellence and champions of the liberal arts. Take a glimpse at some of the Health, Exercise, and Sports Sciences department's outstanding students:
Carlos Delgado is graduating with a BS in Health, Exercise, and Sport Sciences with a minor in Biology. He recently finished an internship with the Ugandan Bureau of Statistics in Uganda's capital, Kampala over the summer. After graduating, he hopes to become a physical therapist. Learn more about Carlos>>
Kiran Mazloom is graduating with a BS in Health, Exercise, and Sport Sciences. She is a recipient of the Jesse Marks Co-Curricular Award, which recognizes a student's significant and outstanding contributions to the university through involvement in organizations and activities outside the classroom. Learn more about Kiran>>
Kendra graduated Magna Cum Laude from Pacific with a major in Sport Sciences in the Sports Medicine track and minor in Biology. She was a Powell Scholar all four years at Pacific. She is an active member of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Beta Beta Biological Honors Society, The Order of Omega, The Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society, and The Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity. She is also vice president of the Pre-Physical Therapy club.
She has been an involved volunteer on campus, working as an academic tutor and a lab teaching assistant. She also worked as a clinical assistant in a number of physical therapy clinics.
Kendra will attend USC in fall to pursue a clinical Doctorate in physical therapy.