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School welcomes new Director of Admissions

School welcomes new Director of Admissions Katherine “Deanie” Kane has joined the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy as the Director of Admissions. Kane arrived at PC from Columbia College on November 4. “I believe that the number one hallmark for an admission professional is the ability to build lasting relationships,” Kane said. “I look forward...

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P4 Students Return for Capstone

P4 Students Return for Capstone On October 15, 2013, the P4 class returned to the pharmacy school campus to present their Capstone presentations to faculty evaluations and fellow classmates. In addition, PCSP preceptors were invited to attend the Capstone presentations since the preceptor conference was cancelled. Capstone is a course designed to provide students with...

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PCSP Welcomes Dr. Mary Douglass Smith

PCSP Welcomes Dr. Mary Douglass Smith The PCSP Office of Experiential Education welcomes Dr. Mary Douglass Smith as the new Director of Early Experiential Education for the pharmacy school. Smith returns to the PC campus, having earned her B.S. degree in biology from PC in 2004 and her Doctorate of Pharmacy from the University of...

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School to Take Back Unwanted Prescription Drugs

School to Take Back Unwanted Prescription Drugs The Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy helped rid the community of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs on Saturday, October 26, 2013.  Student chapters of the American Pharmacists Association (APhA-ASP) and the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA), along with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), accepted medications...

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PC School of Pharmacy Welcomes the Class of 2017

PC School of Pharmacy Welcomes the Class of 2017 The white coat is one of the most recognized symbol of the health care profession.  Each fall, Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy holds a White Coat Ceremony to induct first year graduate pharmacy students into the profession of pharmacy.  On August 24, 2013, 81 students were...

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PCSP Welcomes Dr. Rebecca Bickley

Dr. A. Rebecca Bickley, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice, earned bachelor of science degrees in biology and chemistry from Converse College in 2005 before earning her doctor of pharmacy degree from the University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy in 2009. From 2011-2013 Dr. Bickley served as Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at University of...

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PCSP Welcomes Dr. Giuseppe Gumina

Dr. Giuseppe Gumina, Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, earned his M.S. degree in medicinal chemistry and pharmaceutics from University of Catania, Italy in 1994 before earning his Ph.D. in pharmaceutical sciences (medicinal chemistry) from the same school in 1998. Dr. Gumina was a visiting lecturer at Georgia Southern University in 2012-2013 and was an Associate...

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PCSP Wellness Center Awarded Pharmacy COI Best Practice in Diabetes Care

PCSP Wellness Center Awarded Pharmacy COI Best Practice in Diabetes Care The PCSP Wellness Center Diabetes Education program, under the leadership of Drs. Sarah Wagner, Eileen Ward, Tiffaney Threatt, and Kayce Shealy, was named the 2013 Pharmacy Community of Interest (COI) for Best Practice in Diabetes Care. Our faculty members received the award at this...

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PC School of Pharmacy Community Service Day

PC School of Pharmacy Community Service Day The third week of August is a busy time at the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy as the incoming P1 class joins the faculty and staff in embracing the Presbyterian College school motto of Dum Vivimus Servimus or “While we live, We Serve” and the School of Pharmacy...

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