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    White House taps Pacific student as “ambassador” to Asian American youth

    Anne Wong, a doctoral student in University of the Pacific’s Gladys L. Benerd School of Education, has been selected by the White House Initiative on Asian American and Pacific Islanders to serve as an ambassador to its youth engagement program. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2015/December-2015/White-House-taps-Pacific-student-as-“ambassador”-to-Asian-American-youth.html

    Physics professor James Hetrick, Education professor Anthony Serna and emeritus sport sciences professor Connor Sutton were recognized for their lifelong mentoring of students and alumni more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2015/November-2015/Faculty-Mentor-Awards-2015.html

    University of the Pacific faculty and staff are available to comment on K-12 topics, from immunizations, oral health and backpack safety to learning barriers. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2015/May-Aug-2015/Media-sources-Back-to-school-topics.html

    Pacific announced that it has appointed faculty directors and key staff to lead its new graduate and professional programs in business, education, policy and health at the university's Sacramento Campus.  more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2015/May-Aug-2015/Directors-announced-for-new-programs-at-Sacramento-Campus.html
    Pacific announces new Sacramento degrees

    Pacific’s Sacramento Campus will offer five new graduate and professional degrees keyed to the needs of a metropolitan region that is charting a bold new future. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2015/May-Aug-2015/Pacific-announces-new-Sacramento-degrees.html

    Schools must track the academic progress of homeless students with as much care as they track special education, Title I and English language learner students, according to researchers at University of the Pacific. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2015/April-2015/Schools-must-track-academic-progress-of-homeless-students.html

    The college graduation rate for students who have lived in foster care is 3 percent, among the lowest of any demographic group in the country. And this rate is unlikely to improve unless community colleges institute formal programs to assist foster youth both financially and academically. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2015/April-2015/Getting-foster-youth-through-college-will-take-structured-support.html