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Students, professors attend Legislative Day

More than 50 PC School of Pharmacy students and five professors recently participated in the 2013 Legislative Day at the South Carolina State House. The event was especially significant now, as the Senate and the House are currently discussing several bills that will directly impact the pharmacy practice, according to Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice...

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School of Pharmacy to take back unwanted drugs

The Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy will attempt to rid the community of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs on Saturday, April 27th. Student chapters of the American Pharmacists Association (APhA-ASP) and the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA), along with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), will accept medications for disposal at the School...

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Student gains national recognition

Third-year pharmacy student Morgan Fleming had never considered a career in pharmacy before going to college. But she changed her mind while earning a business degree at Clemson. “My hopes were to start a career in health care administration after graduating from Clemson,” she said, “but I became interested in pharmacy while I was there....

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Dr. Sarah Sweitzer named PC Scholar of the Year

April 18th, 2013, was Honors Day at Presbyterian College. That afternoon Dr Sarah Sweitzer,  Associate Professor and Director of Research at PC School of Pharmacy was presented the Presbyterian College Scholar of the Year Award.  This prestigious award is presented to the PC faculty member who exemplifies outstanding research and scholarly activity. The award winner...

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