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Student Achievements

We believe the close faculty-student interaction enabled by our small but diverse population fosters intellectual growth among our students. Professors in the College of the Pacific often champion their students' interests, encouraging students to tackle independent projects or apply for scholarships and fellowships, and they offer support and guidance along the way.

We are proud of our students' many accomplishments, and make sure to celebrate them at Pacific. Visit often for updates regarding the work of our outstanding students.

Highlights from the Class of 2014

The Class of 2014 was an extraordinary group of graduates. Take a look at some of the successes and acheivements.

"Go Forth with Joy": The Class of 2014 Makes its Mark
A collection of some of the extraordinary achievements of the Class of 2014, including a list of Outstanding Seniors by department, College of the Pacific awardees, and University-wide recognitions earned by College students.

Meet the Class of 2014: Graduate Profiles
AmeriCorps, Fulbright scholarships, graduate school and PhD programs - graduates from the College of the Pacific were off to extraordinary futures. Check out this round up of University graduate profiles, including several students from the College.

Outstanding Seniors of 2014

Each department chooses an outstanding graduate every year who exemplifies academic excellence and dedication to their chosen field. Congratulations to the Outstanding Seniors of 2014.

Biological Sciences
            Kamille Mercado
            Lydia Schramm
            Sara Anne Wong

Bio-Chemistry
            Alec Follmer

Chemistry
            Amelia Watson

Communication
            Chad Reed

Earth and Environmental Sciences
            Brittany Klemm

Environmental Studies
            Jordyn Fenner

Economics
            Nathan Chau

English
            Lauren McDermott

Ethnic Studies
            Danielle Procope

Film Studies
            Melyssa Astorga

Gender Studies
            Kelsey Belomy

Health, Exercise and Sport Sciences
            Helen Yan

History
            John Langdon

John Muir Center
           John P. Imfield


Mathematics
            William Trok

Mathematics, Applied
            Austin Tuttle

Modern Languages and Literature
            Emma Schyberg
           
Philosophy
            Francisco Gonzales
            Brett Chance

Physics
            Austin Tuttle

Physics Engineering
            Michael Ledesma

Political Science
            Kyle Sasai

Psychology
            Katelyn Uhlhorn

Religious and Classical Studies
            Mary Jo O'Connor

School of International Studies
            Shannon Chapman

Social Studies
            Mario Petri

Sociology
            Alicia Calhoun - Social Service
            Jessica Perez - Education

Theatre Arts
            Joy Desiree Clark

Visual Arts
            Dana Shiroma - Graphic Design
            Morgan Andre - Studio Art