Since he was in the neighborhood, South Carolina College of Pharmacy (SCCP) student Collin Kelley recently stopped in to say hello to Sen. Rand Paul. After all, they both hail from Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Phi Lambda Sigma (PLS) recently elected Katelyn Shatz and Megan McGugan, third-year pharmacy students at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), to offices on the Executive Committee of the national pharmacy leadership society.
There were 4 teams of SCCP students that made it to the Final Four competition today. Each team had written a full business plan for a new startup or purchase of an existing pharmacy. The written plans were graded to determine the finalists. The 4 finalist teams then developed a 15 minute p
Brandyce Coes and Shabree Roberson won the regional Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA)/Kroger Clinical Skills Competition, held April 1-3 during the 2016 Region I & II conference in Charleston, W.Va.
Food from Gullah Geechee culinary artists adds spice to the public health seminar “Cultural Treasures of the Gullah Geechee Population,” the capstone to the education and celebration events of Diversity Week 2016 (March 28-31) at the South Carolina College of Pharmacy (SCCP).
Pharmacy leadership society Phi Lambda Sigma (PLS) recently presented Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) faculty member John Bosso with the 2016 PLS-Procter & Gamble National Leadership Award in recognition of a long and distinguished career.
Two South Carolina College of Pharmacy (SCCP) students have been honored with the RESPy award, a national honor presented by Pharmacy Times and Walmart to fewer than a dozen students each year.
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