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Professors serve abroad

School of Pharmacy professors do more than teach. This past spring three professors served as pharmacists on two overseas trips to help the needy. Dr. Zach Anderson spent a week in the Dominican Republic while Drs. Kate Gerrald and Tommy Johnson served in Honduras. “I have always felt a calling to serve others, both domestically...

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Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy bestows awards

The Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy recently recognized achievement in academics and service during an awards presentation ceremony in Edmunds Hall on the main PC campus. Students, faculty, staff, and community members recognized for their achievement include: Dr. Julie M. Sease, Teacher of the Year Marija Betejeva, Pharmacy Student Ambassadors Extra-Mile Award Kimberly McDowell, Pharmacy Student...

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Pharmacy school center inspires entrepreneurs

The Center for Entrepreneurial Development (CED) at Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy (PCSP) has completed the first series of workshops for students on building skills for entrepreneurial success. In January of this year PCSP launched the Center for Entrepreneurial Development which will present a series of workshops to selected students. The workshops are designed to...

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School of Pharmacy Receives Driving Simulator

Thanks to a grant from the Fullerton Foundation, the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy received a CDS-250 DriveSafety driving simulator that will help with research on effects of medications on drivers. Dr. David Eagerton currently works with psychologists, engineers, and physicians from Clemson University in research that examines the effects of medications on elderly drivers....

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