Autumn 2014

Making a House a Home

We may be in a new location, but our alumni and friends will always have a place to call home in San Francisco.

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Retreat Unites Students, Builds Bonds with the Community

Students participated in a range of volunteer activities held at the San Francisco Botanical Gardens, San Francisco Audubon Society, the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy and Jumpstart. They helped with a variety of tasks including gardening, park maintenance and arts and crafts.

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New Programs Coming to San Francisco Campus

University of the Pacific will be expanding its academic offerings with the launch of three new programs at its state-of-the-art campus in the SoMa district of San Francisco.

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Berry Coleman | Coming Full Circle

Berry Coleman is back where he began. In 1985, he started working as a public safety officer at 155 Fifth Street, which was then home to Crocker National Bank. “My very first day on the job, the Wells Fargo Corporation took over Crocker Bank,” Coleman explains. “It was a merger—so we went from being Crocker employees to Wells Fargo employees.”

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Like the Golden Rule, The Pacific Promise Delivers Respect

Co-leaders Sands and Dr. Richard Fredekind, associate dean for clinical services, conceived The Pacific Promise in early 2013, believing that the new building brought the opportunity to rethink customer service across the board.

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Homage to 2155 Webster Street

Sometime on Friday, June 20, 2014, the lights went out for the dental school at 2155 Webster Street. Finding it difficult to just leave, I send you some memories and thoughts of the place.

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Where Do Our Students Go After Graduation?

several graduates from the past 10 years spoke about where they landed after Pacific Dugoni and how the dental school prepared them for what they’re doing now.

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