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    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
    Jazzy Pacific podcast wins Northeast Public Radio popularity honors

    A podcast recorded by music Professor Keith Hatschek about jazz and civil rights drew more Internet traffic than any other Academic Minute recording in 2015. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2016/january-2016/jazzy-pacific-podcast-wins-northeast-public-radio-popularity-honors-.html
    Leadership and mentoring celebrated at annual Faith Davies awards luncheon

    Five students, three student organizations, one staff member and three faculty were recognized for leadership and mentoring. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2018/may-2018/faith-davies-all-university-leadership-awards.html
    McGeorge’s McCaffrey receives prestigious award for lifetime service

    McGeorge's Stephen McCaffrey received an award from Pace University for his lifetime of service in developing international environmental law. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2018/may-2018/mcgeorge’s-mccaffrey-receives-prestigious-award-for-lifetime-service-.html
    Music soothes the psychotherapy patient

    Patients are more satisfied with the first visit to a psychotherapist's office when they hear music in the waiting room, according to new research. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2015/october-2015/music-soothes-the-psychotherapy-patient.html
    New book explores genocide by starvation in Nazi Germany

    Millions of Soviet soldiers in German captivity died of hunger during World War II - but their deaths were not the unexpected consequence of a war that took longer than anticipated, argues Gesine Gerhard, professor of history at University of the Pacific. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2015/october-2015/new-book-explores-genocide-by-starvation-in-nazi-germany.html

    Sachin A. Shah, PharmD, associate professor of pharmacy practice at the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences; Emily A. Fletcher, PharmD, deputy pharmacy flight commander; and their team at Travis Air Force Base have found that consuming energy drinks is linked to more change in heart rate and blood pressure than drinks containing only caffeine. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2017/april-2017/new-study-links-energy-drinks-to-more-heart-blood-pressure-changes-than-only-caffeine.html

    Two NEH grants, Chemistry research awards, Hall of Fame recognition and more from Pacific faculty more

    http://www.pacific.edu/about-pacific/newsroom/2014/march-2014/noteworthy---march-31-2014.html