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Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy attended the Greenville Cancer Prevention Palooza

On Saturday, October 14th, the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy attended the Greenville Cancer Prevention Palooza hosted by First Baptist Greenville and sponsored by the Greenville Cancer Society, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, the Greenville Hospital System, and St. Francis. There, pharmacy students performed blood glucose screenings and helped run the “Ask the Pharmacist” station. Other options...

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Practice Faculty Spotlight: Amber Giles

Amber B. Giles, PharmD, BCPS, MPH is one of our new Assistant Professors of Pharmacy Practice who will be teaching in Infectious Disease, CAPS II and Health Ethics. We sat down with Amber to find out more about what brought her to PC. 1. Why PC? I did my undergraduate studies at PC and graduated...

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Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy held annual White Coat Ceremony

CLINTON, S.C. – On Aug. 18, 2017, the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy held its annual White Coat Ceremony for its incoming students. The white coats are symbolic of the professionalism that is expected of students not only during pharmacy school, but also throughout their eventual practice of pharmacy. The ceremony reaffirms the pharmacy community’s...

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Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy professor named to Canadian Institutes of Health Research College of Reviewers

Dr. Jack Fincham, professor of pharmaceutical and administrative sciences at the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy recently accepted an invitation to join the Canadian Institutes of Health Research College of Reviewers. The invitation was made in recognition of Fincham’s accomplished career, demonstrated track record of excellence, and dedication to peer review. “Accepting this appointment to...

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141st Annual South Carolina Pharmacy Association Meeting

At the 141st Annual South Carolina Pharmacy Association meeting, held in Hilton Head, SC, the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy was well represented by 15 faculty, students and alumni. Dr Kayce Shealy was inducted as 2017-18 President of the Association during the Awards Dinner Saturday evening. Dr Shealy delivered her inaugural speech on Passion. She...

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Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy conferred degrees upon 74 Doctor of Pharmacy candidates at the 2017 Hooding and Graduation Ceremony

On May 12, 2017, at 10 a.m. Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy conferred degrees upon 74 Doctor of Pharmacy candidates at the 2017 Hooding and Graduation Ceremony in Belk Auditorium. After the invocation from Reverend Rachel Parsons-Wells, President Bob Staton offered a warm welcome to the families and friends who packed the auditorium. Dean Cliff...

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What Do Those Cords Mean?

On May 12th, our Class of 2017 graduates will march across the stage and some will be wearing a number of honor cords in addition to their hoods.  Here is a quick cheat sheet for the meanings: Solid Gold = Students who achieved academic honors upon completion of their pharmacy degree. Purple and White =...

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Match Day 2017

On behalf of all faculty, staff and fellow students, Presbyterian College and Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy is extremely proud to announce the outstanding performance of our P4 students who participated in the Phase I Match today.  69.6% of these students successfully matched with a residency program to pursue PGY1 postgraduate training after graduation.  We...

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