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Engaging Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Therapeutic Process
2/7/20

Engaging Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Therapeutic Process

Madhu Sundarrajan, PhD, CCC-SLP, assistant professor of speech-language pathology, and her colleagues believe actively engaging parents in their child’s language intervention can yield great benefits. more

1/15/20

Education leaders to head two health-related schools at University of the Pacific

Pacific today announced Rae Matsumoto as dean of its Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Nicoleta Bugnariu as dean of its new School of Health Sciences. more

11/7/19

University of the Pacific launching new health programs

New health sciences school, new programs being offered in fall 2020 to meet demands of health care industry more

Creating Global Citizens of Audiologists
10/23/19

Creating Global Citizens of Audiologists

A research team led by Pacific audiology faculty has traveled to Nanjing, China, in hopes of better understanding hearing loss in at-risk infants. more

Athletic Training: A Lifestyle and a Career
10/18/19

Athletic Training: A Lifestyle and a Career

Scott Nastase ’15 and Garrison Chan ’17 launched their athletic training careers at Pacific. more

Impacting Lives One Conversation at a Time
10/17/19

Impacting Lives One Conversation at a Time

Cody Pate shared his first-hand experience as a speech-language pathology client at the Scottish Rite Childhood Language Disorders Center. more

University of the Pacific earns prestigious reaccreditation
7/16/19

University of the Pacific earns prestigious reaccreditation

University of the Pacific has received an eight-year reaccreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC). more

Military vet fulfills purpose to become physician assistant
6/14/19

Military vet fulfills purpose to become physician assistant

Shaun Ring '19 recognizes he has the education and experience to take his place in the burgeoning health care industry. more