Attracting 60 people including current and prospective pharmacy students, alumni and friends, the Oct. 17 annual Homecoming and tailgate, hosted by the CU Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences’ Alumni Association, was a fun experience. For alumna Julia Rawlings (BS ’85, PharmD ’04) ), “I look forward to coming back to Boulder this time of year. It’s a wonderful event where I can mingle with students and fellow alums from the program.” Attendees were treated to food, beverages, free Homecoming t-shirts and discounted tickets to the game. Read More
Third-year pharmacy student, Aubrey Jones, presented at Collaborating Across Borders V IPE Conference Oct. 1 in Roanoke, Virginia. And according to Associate Dean for Professional Education, Kari Franson, PharmD, PhD, “She rocked her presentation, generating a ton of questions.” Read More
“The Career Exploration Seminar was extremely eye-opening to a new and developing field of pharmacy that goes beyond the typical work of a pharmacist.” ~ P-2 Danielle Pilgreen.
According to students, the Sept. 29th Career Exploration Seminar, hosted by the CU Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Alumni Association, was one of its best yet. Read More
Pharmacy students who participated in the KEZW radio Veterans Fair learned that age is just a number. A 91-year-old WWII veteran was proof of that. With blood pressure numbers and bone density readings that were the envy of people half his age this WWII veteran made all the students shake their heads in wonder. “Every year that I have done this event, I have met the nicest people,” says P-3 Jimmy Mitchell. “Their attitudes are amazing.” With hundreds of attendees, this year’s fair was another successful event.
Students from the CU Student National Pharmaceutical Association (CU-SNPhA) joined together for a 5K at Denver’s Washington Park Sunday, Sept. 20, in support of finding a cure for Polycystic Kidney Disease, an inherited disorder in which of cysts develop primarily within the kidneys. Several of the CUSNPha members volunteered at the registration table, while others, like Felicity Burke, participated in the walk.
University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy PharmD student, Trevor Juth, explains why he chose CU’s School of Pharmacy for his PharmD. Juth, a Colorado native, says CU’s interprofessional program played a huge role in his choice to come here as it allowed him the opportunity to work with fellow students in other healthcare fields.