Harrison School of Pharmacy Hands Out Annual Awards

Group photo of HSOP Ambassadors with Dean Evans and Dr. Marilyn Bulloch Dr. Marilyn Bulloch, pictured with Dean Evans and the HSOP Ambassadors, was named the 2017 Hargreaves Faculty Mentor.

April 18, 2017

AUBURN, Alabama – Outstanding Harrison School of Pharmacy students, staff and faculty members were recognized March 30 as part of the 57th Annual Hargreaves Awards Program.

In all, 57 awards were given to more than 100 recipients with simultaneous ceremonies going on at HSOP’s campuses in Auburn and Mobile. Dr. Marilyn Bulloch took the top honor, the Hargreaves Faculty Mentor Award.

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“This is always one of the most exciting days of the year,” said Dean R. Lee Evans. “We have an amazing group of faculty, staff and students, and to be able to come together and celebrate their successes is very special.”

The awards program is coordinated by the HSOP Awards Committee. Serving on the committee are Dr. Kristi Kelley (Chair), Dr. Kelly Hester, Dr. Miranda Reed, Dr. Brent Fox, Dr. Paul Jungnickel, Kori Caldwell, Charlotte Cheatham, Melissa Webb, and Dr. Charles Woosley.

This year’s award winners are:

AlSHP HEALTH SYSTEM STUDENT AWARD
Regan Wade


WALKER MEDAL AWARD
Shelby Lawrence


DR. BYRON B. WILLIAMS AWARD
Jennifer Huynh


CARDINAL HEALTH LEADERSHIP AWARD
Vincent McKitt


AWARD OF EXCELLENCE IN CLINICAL COMMUNICATION
Kristi Laxson


ELI LILLY ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Mary Claire Blackmon


McKESSON DRUG COMPANY AWARD
Kasandra Watson


MERCK AWARD
Rachel Howorth
Jenna Lee
Anthony Todd


MYLAN EXCELLENCE IN PHARMACY AWARD
Kylie Noles


NATURAL MEDICINE GRADUATION AWARD
Annya Plotkina


RESPy (Respect, Excellence and Service in Pharmacy) AWARD
Kristi Laxson


RITE AID RETAIL MANAGEMENT AWARD
Katelyn Watts


TEVA PHARMACEUTICALS OUTSTANDING STUDENT AWARD
Matt Cole


U.S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE EXCELLENCE IN PUBLIC HEALTH PHARMACY PRACTICE AWARD
Melissa Bradley


WALGREENS INNOVATIVE COMMUNITY PRACTICE AWARD
Melissa Dixon


PRECEPTOR OF EXCELLENCE AWARDS
Auburn/Montgomery (Affiliate): Dr. Scott Donald
Auburn/Montgomery (Faculty): Dr. Heather Whitley
Birmingham/Tuscaloosa (Affiliate): Dr. Dan Inboden
Birmingham/Tuscaloosa (Faculty): Dr. Katelin Lisenby
Columbus (Affiliate): Dr. Rebecca Cummings
Columbus (Faculty): Dr. Pamela Stamm
Huntsville (Affiliate): Dr. Judy Rudell
Huntsville (Faculty): Dr. Miranda Andrus
Mobile (Affiliate): Dr. Cherie Abernathy
Mobile (Faculty): Dr. Allison Helmer
Rural (Affiliate): Dr. Chris Borden


PRECEPTOR OF THE YEAR AWARD
Dr. Mike Napp


RHO CHI ALUMNI AWARD
Dr. Kimberly Braxton Lloyd


FRIEND OF PHARMACY AWARD
Dr. Robert Kimberly


OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION FROM AU COLLEAGUE AWARD
Dr. Chippewa Thomas


FACULTY RESEARCH AND OUTREACH EXCELLENCE AWARDS
National Institute of Health:
Dr. Dmitriy Minond

Food and Drug Administration:
Dr. Jingjing Qian
Dr. Richard Hansen

Alabama Department of Senior Servies:
Dr. Salisa Westrick

NewGen:
Dr. Jay Ramapuram

Merck:
Dr. Salisa Westrick
Dr. Kimberly Garza


ACCP CLINICAL PHARMACY CHALLENGE TEAM
Zain Cheikhali
Madeleine King
Ryan Wong


AMCP Pharmacy & Therapeutic Competition Team
Grant Meacham
Michelle Uichanco
Carl Okerberg
Amber Keeton
Rohan Raghuram
Kelly Gandy
Emily Tsiao
Chad Cate


AUSSHP STUDENT SERVICE AWARD
Chad Cate


AMERICAN PHARMACISTS ASSOCIATION RECOGNITION CERTIFICATE
Dacy Reynolds
Anthony Todd


ASHP PHARMACY STUDENT FORUM CLINICAL SKILLS COMPETITION
Kathleen Daniell
Alexandria Stringberg


APHA-ASP PATIENT COUNSELING COMPETITION CHAPTER WINNER
Morgan Fisher


CHRISTIAN PHARMACISTS FELLOWSHIP INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP AWARD
Maddie Browning


COMMITTEE OF 19 OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARD
Leanna Barker


KAPPA PSI PHARMACY LEADERSHIP AWARD
Tara Talbott


NCPA STUDENT OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARD
Kruti Patel


PHI DELTA CHI LEADERSHIP AWARD
Ebony Craig Jackson
Elizabeth Ezell


PHI LAMBDA SIGMA P1 LEADERSHIP AWARD
Jacob Calahan


PHI LAMBDA SIGMA GRADUATE AWARD
Lauren Gilmore


RHO CHI AWARD
Jenneca Mahesh


STUDENT NATIONAL PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION SERVICE AWARD
Shatorra Brown
Quoc Pham


PHARMACY STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS RECOGNITION
Paul Paratore (President)
Jacob Parker (Vice President-Auburn)
Joshua Francis (Vice President-Mobile)
Tiffany Mumford (Secretary)
Glady’s Tucker Heard (Treasurer-Auburn)
Nathan Browning (Treasurer-Mobile)
Stephen Caton (SGA Representative)


PHARMACY STUDENT COUNCIL LEADERSHIP AWARD
Christopher Squires
Kelli Caddell


SGA OUTSTANDING STUDENT AWARD
Anthony Todd


EXCELLENCE IN HOSPITAL PRACTICE
Ashleigh Durbin


COMMUNITY-BASED PATIENT CARE AND PROFESSIONALISM AWARD
Gavin Hutson
Cindy Doan
Coston Allen


MILESTONE OSCEr AWARD
Caroline Welch
Lauren Sellers


PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE QUANTIFI INTERVENTION AWARD
Emily Arzonico
Marcus Cutsinger
Ashley Hudmon
Brandon Johnson
Rebecca Mann


OUTSTANDING PROFESSIONAL ePORTFOLIO AWARD
Caitlin Prather


AUBURN UNIVERISTY WOMEN OF DISTINCTION LEADERSHIP AWARD
Frankie Hoffman


PROFESSIONALISM AWARD
Sana Solangi
Christopher Wren
Hayley Rowe
Emily Olivier
McClellan Grimm


AUBURN UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT’S AWARD
Kathryn Chappell


HARRISON SCHOOL OF PHARMACY GRADUATION MARSHAL
Jonathan Gray


CONTINUING EDUCATION PRESENTER OF THE YEAR AWARD
Dr. Amber Hutchison


EXCELLENCE IN OUTREACH AWARD
Dr. Brent Fox


EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH
Dr. Robert D. Arnold


OUTSTANDING RESIDENT TEACHER AWARD
Dr. Mary Kathryn Stuart


OUTSTANDING TEACHER AWARD
Dr. Vishnu Suppiramaniam


OUTSTANDING STAFF MEMBER AWARD
Amanda Fowler


PHARMACY STUDENT COUNCIL STUDENT ADVOCATE AWARD
Dr. Kristen Helms
Dr. Michael Scalese


WOW AWARD
Cole Allen


HARGREAVES FACULTY MENTOR AWARD
Dr. Marilyn Bulloch


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About the Harrison School of Pharmacy
Auburn University’s Harrison School of Pharmacy is ranked among the top 20 percent of all pharmacy schools in the United States, according to U.S. News & World Report. Fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), the School offers doctoral degrees in pharmacy (Pharm.D.) and pharmaceutical sciences (Ph.D.) while also offering a master’s in pharmaceutical sciences. For more information about the School, please call 334.844.8348 or visit http://pharmacy.auburn.edu.

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