Updated December 20, 2016
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May your holiday season be wrapped up with cheer and filled with celebration for the new year!
From Dean Lee Evans and the Faculty and Staff at the Harrison School of Pharmacy
In honor of Dean Evans and his 22 years of service to the Harrison School of Pharmacy, the Dean’s Advisory Council announced at its annual meeting that it has established the Dean R. Lee Evans Fund for Excellence in the Harrison School of Pharmacy. Once endowed and invested, this Fund for Excellence will provide financial support to the Office of the Dean which can be used in areas deemed a priority by the Dean. This Fund for Excellence will both further the legacy of Dean Evans while providing support for HSOP's new Dean and Deans to come. We invite you to make your gift to this Fund honoring Dean Evans for his service to the Harrison School of Pharmacy HERE.
Do you know a high school student that would be interested in pharmacy camp? Check out this new offering from Auburn University Youth Programs and the Harrison School of Pharmacy. This new camp opportunity is for rising high school 11th and 12th grade students who are interested in pharmacy and would like to explore the profession through classes, hands-on learning and other activities. Find out more HERE.
While juggling her P4 rotations, Rachel Collins has managed to do a little research on the side. She didn't work with just anyone, though, but was able to work alongside her mother, a faculty member at the Alabama Capstone College of Nursing. Learn more about Rachel and her project HERE.
Dr. Courtney Gamston, a member of the HSOP Class of 2013, is currently the Discipline Chair for Pharmacology at the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine-Auburn campus. She was recently profiled in the college's "Humans of VCOM" series on Facebook. Read more about Courtney and the work she is doing HERE.
Seeking to bridge the gap between cancer genetics and the underserved in Alabama, graduate student Madison Chandler presented and took top honors at the Auburn University Graduate School Three Minute Thesis competition. Learn more about Madison and her research HERE.
Last Updated: December 20, 2016