"Pi in the Sky" at local elementary school includes PediaCATS and Poison Center

Students and staff from PediaCATS and the Poison Center were on board at Whitmore Elementary School November 15 interacting with students at their annual math and science night—“Pi in the Sky.”

Homecoming 2016 - It's a Wrap

On October 28 all four health sciences colleges held simultaneous receptions in the Walkway of Wellness and Plaza areas to celebrate Homecoming 2016.

Engaging Indigenous Voices reaches new heights with support from the Haury Program

Now in its second year, the Engaging Indigenous Voices program directed by the Southwest Environmental Health Center (SWEHSC) promotes awareness about several environmental health concerns within Native American communities.

"Pi in the Sky" at local elementary school includes PediaCATS and Poison Center

Students and staff from PediaCATS and the Poison Center were on board at Whitmore Elementary School November 15 interacting with students at their annual math and science night—“Pi in the Sky.”

Homecoming 2016 - It's a Wrap

On October 28 all four health sciences colleges held simultaneous receptions in the Walkway of Wellness and Plaza areas to celebrate Homecoming 2016.

Engaging Indigenous Voices reaches new heights with support from the Haury Program

Now in its second year, the Engaging Indigenous Voices program directed by the Southwest Environmental Health Center (SWEHSC) promotes awareness about several environmental health concerns within Native American communities.

"Pi in the Sky" at local elementary school includes PediaCATS and Poison Center

Students and staff from PediaCATS and the Poison Center were on board at Whitmore Elementary School November 15 interacting with students at their annual math and science night—“Pi in the Sky.”

Homecoming 2016 - It's a Wrap

On October 28 all four health sciences colleges held simultaneous receptions in the Walkway of Wellness and Plaza areas to celebrate Homecoming 2016.

Engaging Indigenous Voices reaches new heights with support from the Haury Program

Now in its second year, the Engaging Indigenous Voices program directed by the Southwest Environmental Health Center (SWEHSC) promotes awareness about several environmental health concerns within Native American communities.

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Student & Alumni Stories

Kerins earns NSF research fellowship

When Michael Kerins finished his undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin in Madison and moved to Arizona, he never thought he would be receiving a Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation.

Introducing this year's residents

More than 25 pharmacists have started College of Pharmacy 2016-2017 residency programs. 

UA COP brings home Weaver Award

The UA COP received the Lawrence C. Weaver Transformative Community Service Award at the 2016 American Association of College of Pharmacy Annual Meeting.

College alters admissions calendar, qualifications

The college’s Admissions Committee decided to make two significant changes this fall, one affecting when we admit applicants to the doctor of pharmacy program and another expanding who qualifies for admission.