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April 12, 2016

Class of 2017 outfitted for rotations

April 8 was a special day for the Class of 2017: for the first time, they formally donned the long white coats that symbolize their profession, marking the end of their classroom training and the beginning of their clinical rotations.

Cooley appointed associate interprofessional education director

Janet Cooley, director of experiential education for the COP and assistant professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science, has been appointed as the college’s associate interprofessional education director. 

Meet your Awards for Excellence nominees

The nominations are in for the college’s 2016 Awards for Excellence, and the committee of judges has been hard at work reviewing the packets. Read about the nominees in this story. 

COP faculty participate in interprofessional workshop

Several COP faculty members and employees participated in a recent faculty development workshop titled “Advancing the Future of Healthcare through Interprofessional Learning.” 

First QUAD Olympics raises fun and funds

On April 2, the UA chapter of APhA-ASP hosted the first QUAD Olympics event. 

COP team reaches Round 2 of ACCP competition

A COP team is one of 20 competitors to advance the second round of the ACCP Clinical Research Challenge. 

FYI for COP: April 12, 2016

The academic year may be nearing its close, but there still is plenty going on here! Find out about the upcoming picnic, a final blood drive, a new video featuring Sid Patanwala's class, an upcoming international dinner, a "prodrug" developed at UA, 3D scanning, a foundation started by a COP alumnus to support mental health research, and how to view last week's Coit Seminar. Told you - we're still hopping!

In the Spotlight: April 12, 2016

Today we honor alumnus Norton Goldberg and soon-to-be graduates Bradley Bingham (left), Raina Lad and Douglas Lee-Chan.

COP in the News: April 12, 2016

COP in the News keeps you up to date on stories about the College of Pharmacy in the media.

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