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Our students are our best ambassadors. Meet some of our recent Pharm.D. graduates online and then get the opportunity to meet some of our current students in person when you visit the college. When you meet the students you will get to hear about the wide range of experiences that they have had here at URI both in and out of the classroom. Our students are extensively involved in a range of student activities including participating in many of the student organizations that are affiliated with the College. We encourage our students to have a breadth of experiences beyond the classroom including participation in international educational opportunities and attending and presenting at professional conferences.
URI’s APhA-ASP chapter has submitted their entry into the annual APhA-ASP video competition. This year’s theme was “Be the Change” which the team approached by creating a music video with which adapts Michael Jackson’s Man in the Mirror with original pharmacy related lyrics. The chapter assembled a team to produce the video with pharmacy students being [...]
Students recently presented the results of their 2-year study at Clinica Esperanza/Hope Clinic at a health conference in Boston. Jeff Chau didn’t know much about HPV when he started volunteering at a free health clinic in Providence three years ago. Now the University of Rhode Island pharmacy student is so knowledgeable about the cancer-causing virus [...]
On Tuesday November 12th, 25 P3 pharmacy students from the Advanced Geriatric Pharmacotherapy elective had a chance to practice what they have been learning all semester. The students participated in an interprofessional student led health, wellness, and falls prevention screen for adults over 65. The event was hosted by the Department of Physical Therapy at [...]
Residency/Fellowship Information Session Played to a Packed House On Tuesday, October 29th the student chapter of the American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists (ASHP) at URI sponsored the annual Residency/Fellowship Information Session. The goal of the session is to provide information to pharmacy students of all years information about what residencies and fellowships are and [...]
On Tuesday October 8th Dr. Virginia Lemay coordinated our 3rd annual College of Pharmacy flu clinic utilizing her P4 students and PGY1 Community Resident, Tom Kalista’13 to vaccinate over 100 students, faculty and staff!
URI senior Eugenio Fernandez Jr. completes four majors to prepare for health care career KINGSTON, R.I.- May 6, 2013- Balancing four majors would make most students wince, but Eugenio Fernandez Jr. found a way to do just that, while still enjoying his college years at the University of Rhode Island. “I gave myself enough time [...]
The College is engaged in active assessment of all of its academic programs. We continuously collect and analyze data so that we can demonstrate that our programs are meeting expectations of both internal and external stakeholders.
Angela Olenik receives the APhA-ASP Student Leadership Award The award will be presented to Ms. Olenik, at the APhA-ASP Awards Ceremony during the APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition in March. The award recognizes four students across the nation who demonstrate leadership within APhA-ASP while maintaining academic excellence. Ms. Olenik was nominated by Dr. Brett Feret, [...]
Holiday Cheer For the third year in a row, Kappa Psi brothers new and old have come together to spread some holiday cheer while doing something wonderful for the community in our Caroling for Cans event. Walking around South County neighborhoods going door to door to sing out of tune versions of such classics as [...]
College Event Promotes Career Opportunities in Pharmacoeconomics and Health Outcomes Research On October 25, 2011 the URI College of Pharmacy’s student chapter of the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) held an alumni networking event to provide students with the opportunity to interact with graduates of the College’s program in Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics, and to [...]