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PC School of Pharmacy enters agreement with Spartanburg Community College

The Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy (PCSP) has entered into an agreement with Spartanburg Community College (SCC), a partnership that offers students an opportunity into the School and the pharmacy profession. “We are thrilled to enter into this agreement with Spartanburg Community College,” said Pharmacy Dean Dr. Kurt Wargo. “Through this agreement, students have the...

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Graduation Celebration for the Class of 2020

The Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy faculty and staff held a drive-thru event to celebrate graduates of the Class of 2020. Since the annual hooding ceremony was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, honoring the school’s newest Doctors of Pharmacy required some creativity. Graduates remained in their cars while faculty and staffed lined the parking...

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President Staton addresses the Class of 2020

Graduating seniors in the College of Arts & Sciences were unable to gather on West Plaza for Commencement on Saturday, May 9. Neither could graduating pharmacy students gather in Belk Auditorium for the Hooding Ceremony on Friday, May 8. Since the ceremonies have been postponed due to the pandemic, President Bob Staton ’68 delivered special...

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P4 Spotlight: Samantha Adams

Samantha Adams from Columbia, S.C., is on track to earn her PharmD this month. Check out Samantha’s P4 Spotlight– Why did you decide to become a pharmacist? I’ve always had a passion for helping people. Being a part of the medical field has always been a dream of mine, and pharmacy made perfect sense! I...

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P4 Spotlight: Adam Asbill

Adam Asbill, from Clinton, S.C., is on track to earn his PharmD. Here’s more about Adam– Why did you decide to become a pharmacist? I decided to become a pharmacist so that I can work with patients who have an addiction.  I hope to one day work at a methadone clinic or in a psychiatric...

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P4 Spotlight: Laura Richardson

Laura Richardson, from Conway, S.C., is on track to earn her PharmD in May. Check out Laura’s P4 Spotlight– Why did you decide to become a pharmacist? I always knew I wanted to work in a healthcare profession. In high school, I was in a pre-medical program and was given the opportunity to participate in...

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P4 Spotlight: Katie Leppard

  Katie Leppard, from Greenville, S.C., is on track to earn her PharmD in May. Check out Katie’s P4 Spotlight– Why did you decide to become a pharmacist? I went to pharmacy technician school, and I got a job at a pharmacy.  I saw how much my pharmacists impacted people’s lives and how much the...

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P4 Spotlight: Angie Weeks

Angie Weeks, from Saint George, S.C., is on track to earn her PharmD in May. Check out Angie’s P4 Spotlight– Why did you decide to become a pharmacist? Growing up as a small child with a mom being a nurse, I never missed a day of school for a stomach ache. I used to mix...

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P4 Spotlight: Haley Hubbard

  Haley Hubbard, from Simpsonville, S.C., is on track to earn her PharmD in May. Here’s more about Haley– Why did you decide to become a pharmacist? I love drugs, which out of context is an odd thing to say, but I decided to become a pharmacist as I have a genuine love and passion...

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