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Graduation to be Rescheduled at a Later Date

Due to concerns over the coronavirus, graduation ceremonies for seniors at the College of Arts & Sciences and for fourth-year pharmacy students at the School of Pharmacy will be rescheduled at a later date. Graduation weekend was scheduled for Friday, May 8 and Saturday, May 9. A makeup date has not been determined, although the...

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Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy donates supplies to DHEC

Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy responded quickly when the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) issued an urgent request to academic institutions for personal protective equipment on Friday, March 20. As the COVID-19 pandemic accelerates, a top concern for those in the healthcare field is access to this equipment. The demand exceeds the supply  “The...

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Pharmacy Student Serves Those in Need in Costa Rica

“We provided care to hundreds of refugees currently living in Costa Rica,” fourth-year PC School of Pharmacy student Tai Navalle said about her recent mission trip. Last month, Navalle traveled with pharmacists, providers, students and volunteers from Christ for the City International (CFCI) to provide care for refugees. The experience was part of her clinical...

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Q&A with Pharmacy Professor Dr. Tommy Johnson

Pharmacy professor Dr. Tommy Johnson has taught at big and small pharmacy schools. He talks about what students can expect from both in this short Q&A. 1. What do you love about teaching at PC School of Pharmacy? Teaching face-to-face allows me to engage students in discussions. Being able to interact with a smaller group...

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Student’s Journey from Refugee Camp to Pharmacy School

“I chose PC because of our motto of ‘Dum Vivimus Servimus, or ‘While We Live, We Serve,” says second-year pharmacy student Coua Xiong-Vang. Xiong-Vang was born in a refugee camp in Thailand. Her father was appointed senator of the refugee camp and served in it for nine years. They moved to the U.S. when Xiong-Vang...

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Students, Professor Collaborate on Real Research

At the PC School of Pharmacy, you’ll be able to work with professors on real research. You can dig deeper into a subject you’re passionate about, with an expert to guide you. That’s what Melanie Routhieaux ’18 and Jessica Keels ’18 did when they teamed up with Dr. Erika Tillery, associate professor of pharmacy practice....

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Q&A with the Student Body President

When he was looking at pharmacy schools, Martin Gordon narrowed it down to two. He says he chose PC School of Pharmacy because he had “much better interactions with the faculty and staff at PC” during his interviews and when he toured the school. Read what else the Student Body President has to say about...

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