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Dr. Giuseppe Gumina named new dean of Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy

Presbyterian College announced Friday that Dr. Giuseppe Gumina has been named the new dean of the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy. Gumina, currently a professor of pharmaceutical sciences and chair of the Department of Pharmaceutical and Administrative Sciences at PCSP, prevailed in a highly competitive national search, said PC president Dr. Matthew vandenBerg. “Dr. Gumina’s...

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Graduate works to automate the future of pharmacy

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of retail pharmacists in the US is on the decline. There are, however, many other opportunities for graduates of the PC School of Pharmacy, The Future of Pharmacy Dr. Arlin Ashemore ‘18 has taken one such path. He is currently completing a research fellowship at Omnicell...

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PC School of Pharmacy Receives Longest Accreditation Term in School History

The Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy received continued accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE). Now accredited through 2028, the eight-year term is the longest in the School’s history. “I am very proud of the faculty and staff of the PC School of Pharmacy for their hard work during this process,” said Dr....

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PC School of Pharmacy to administer COVID vaccinations

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC) approved the PC School of Pharmacy to provide COVID vaccinations. The School is currently waiting to receive its supply. “It is anticipated that PC will receive the vaccine and administer it to PC students and employees and members of the surrounding community who want it,”...

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Student finds her way in pharmacy school

By Marley Bickley ‘22 Third-year PC School of Pharmacy student Kennedy Crosby wasn’t exactly sure she wanted to pursue pharmacy when she began college. Crosby first thought about becoming a pharmacist when she was in high school. She chatted with a family member who had just entered the profession. “This interest was then furthered as...

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Recent grad chose pharmacy for the diverse opportunities

“I went to college with my sights set on being a dentist,” said Dr. Mallory Moore ’17. “However, during my junior year I decided to explore pharmacy a little more.” Moore volunteered that summer in the pharmacy at the VA Medical Center in Durham, N.C. “I was so fortunate to have met one of the...

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