The University of Rhode Island Doctor of Pharmacy program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.
Over the course of the College of Pharmacy’s hundred year history in Providence and Kingston, there have been a number of watershed years. The opening of the Rhode Island College of Pharmacy and Allied Sciences Benefit Street building in Providence in 1924, the move of that College to URI in Kingston in 1957, the opening of Fogarty Hall in 1964, our adoption of an “All-Pharm.D.” program in 1998, the initial funding of the INBRE research program at URI in 2001 and completion of our current pharmacy building in 2012 come to mind. Periods of great change and the potential for accelerated advancement. 2016 is shaping up to be one of those transformative years.
It was standing-room-only crowd that celebrated the dedication of the Dr. Louis A. Luzzi Dean’s Suite in the College of Pharmacy.
The University honored members of the College of Pharmacy community at the 10th Annual Distinguished Achievement Awards & Gala on Saturday, October 17. Recipients included Mostafa Omar, Ph.D. ’82, Matt Leonard ’88 ’82, Richard V. Piacentini ’77 and CVS Health.
Biomedical Science Professor David Rowley and his team in the College of Pharmacy have found that a class of complex carbohydrates could enhance treatment of urinary tract infections. Their findings appear in a recent issue of the Journal of Functional Foods, published by the International Society for Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods.
URI Women’s A Division skipper Rachel Bryer ’17, of Jamestown, R.I., a P3 student in the College of Pharmacy, was named an Inter-Collegiate SailingAssociation Women’s All-American Skipper this summer, one of only six women nationwide to win the honor.
Pharm.D. student Steven Mathews, along with grad students Matthew Blake and Stephen Norris, developed a poster presentation on 3D modeling and printing as teaching tools in the URI Pharmacy curriculum. They presented their work at the Gordon Research Conference on Visualization in Science and Education, which brought together visualization specialists from around the world.
URI College of Pharmacy Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity Chapter participates in Grand Council Convention in Denver
This past August, 15 brothers from Beta Epsilon, URI’s Chapter of Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, Inc. traveled to Denver, Colorado for the biennial international meeting known as the Grand Council Convention. Beta Epsilon’s two delegates, Joe Nardolillo and Dominic DeFilipi, voted on many legislative changes as well as elected the new international officers.
URI pharmacy students interested in pursuing post-grad residences are very well prepared, thanks the URI Residency/Fellowship Preparation Program. In fact, last year the College ranked 10th nationally among 127 schools for matching 86 percent of its participating students with an appropriate post-graduate residency program. The national average is 63 percent.
Gift Recognition July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014 The University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy gratefully acknowledges the alumni, corporations, faculty, staff, foundations, friends, students and parents whose gifts have been received by the College between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015. Your continuing support allows us to educate and train the pharmacists, […]
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