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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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APhA Operation Diabetes

The School of Pharmacy’s American Pharmacist Association (APhA) Operation Diabetes  hosted a blood glucose risk assessment and provided testing for people who may have a concern with their blood sugar levels at Sadler Hughes Apothecary on Jan 31, 2017. Diabetes is a condition that results in elevated glucose levels in the blood and if not...

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PC Social Entrepreneurship and Research Mission Trip: Cuba

Presbyterian College is offering both undergraduate and pharmacy graduate students a chance to participate in a summer semester elective/mission trip in PHRM 9025 Social Entrepreneurship & Research in Pharmacy (Trip to Cuba). This course is designed to expose students to various ideas and implementation strategies of social entrepreneurship models and research projects as they relate...

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Community Service Day 2016

It is a tradition at the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy that the entering P1 class, staff and faculty have a day of service in the Clinton and Laurens County communities.  We closed the school for the afternoon of August 18, 2016, and formed 15 teams to disperse for various service projects.  Those teams went...

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White Coat Ceremony for Class of 2020

The tradition of the annual White Coat Ceremony continued at Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy, as the new class of students entered the program on August 19, 2016.   The Class of 2020 was cloaked with their new white coats in a ceremony in Belk Auditorium on PC’s main campus.  Sixty-two students representing seven states comprise...

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Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy Sponsors 11 Pharmacy Research Summer Interns

The Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy sponsored 11 pharmacy research summer interns for its 2016 summer program. The interns spent eight weeks doing one-on-one faculty-mentored pharmacy and biomedical research projects that included topics ranging from clinical to basic science. The summer program included PCSP pharmacy students and pre-pharmacy students from other states and countries. Mayte...

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