Stories: A sunny future gleams for the Class of 2015; Students recognized at senior awards luncheon; Faculty selected for awards; Class of 2015 presents senior posters; Patient Education Council arranges screenings of hundreds of patients; FYI for COP: Volume 1 of Indigenous Stewards published, Parking lot partially closed for resealing, AHSC Career Development Award awaits funding applicants, International students to visit COP; In the Spotlight: Phan, Chen, Lee, Armstrong, Boesen, Martin, Taylor, Warholak, Hincapie; Grants: Malone; COP in the News. 

Stories: COP employees recognized for excellence; Alumnus Hal Wand, executive director of state pharmacy board, retires; IPSF holds 10th annual international dinner; ABOR approves tuition increases; Phi Delta Chi hosts annual softball tournament; College celebrates end of the year with a picnic; FYI for COP: SWEHSC to present summer camps for kids, Undergrads training in COP labs recognized at CBC poster fair, Arizona Health Sciences Library extends hours, PharmD Class of 2017 presents QI posters, COP featured in CareerTapp marketing video, Technology camps for kids coming in June; In the Spotlight: Lau, Patanwala, Goldstone, Hurley, O'Connor, Target Case Competition winners (Bingham, Marciano, Joey Pellerito, Vo), Menke, Nguyen, Martin, Barta; COP in the News.

Stories: COP researchers discover a molecular component of cinnamon prevents colorectal cancer in mice; Class of 2016 celebrates White Coat ceremony; Student organization hosts interprofessional competition; Employees celebrate milestone anniversaries, retirement; FYI for COP: Don't miss the international dinner! Nominate by today for COP awards, If summer is near, it must be time for the end-of-the-year picnic, NIEHS meeting hosted by SWEHSC covered in UA News, New e-letterhead templates available, printed stationery coming soon, Coit Seminar by Maine available on streaming video, UA alumni to convene at ISPOR meeting, In memoriam: former department head Remers, Students to present quality improvement posters, Submit grant info; In the Spotlight: Murphy, Sipes, Urbine, Abraham, Wondrak, Preceptors nominated for awards, Patrick, Nelson; COP in the News.

Stories: Coming soon: White Coat ceremony, Coit seminar, Phi Lambda Sigma Leaderhip Workshop; COP students, alumni placed in residency programs; Prepare to nominate an outstanding colleague; Poison center participates in Tucson Festival of Books; A pie to the face for a good cause; FYI for COP: Phi Delta Chi softball tournament to benefit St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Vampire Cup blood drive nears end, Arizona Geriatrics Society Conference solicits poster submissions, Target Case Study Competition set for April, IPSF holds 10th annual international dinner, University adopts two-factor authentication for VPN but COP unchanged, Forum to discuss dean’s review; In the Spotlight: Patrick, Gharaibeh, McBride, Bootman, Abraham, Mak, Ling, Campen, Ballard, Fung, COP IPSF chapter, Boesen (Keith); COP in the News.

Stories: Increasing diversity: NIH funds undergrad program in environmental health; Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center to host national meeting; Pharmacy Museum receives donation from family of alumnus; Career symposium draws more than 60 attendees; FYI for COP: Coit Seminar by Musil available on streaming video, Register now for prescription drug council annual conference, New resource provides marketing and communication links, COP ranked among nation's top pharmacy graduate programs, New UA business card designs now available, Poison center headed to book festival; In the Spotlight: Franks, Clarke, COP team "We Moustache You To Take Your Meds," Semonche, Katz, Abraham, Schneider; COP in the News.

Stories: COP faculty member initiates recognition of UAMC Adult Diabetes Program; ACPE to review COP accreditation in 2016; 2 assistant professors publish studies about meds & older adults; Mr. & Ms. Pharmacy 2015 crowned; FYI for COP: Nominate now for Tong Distinguished Leadership Award, IT Student Advisory Board solicits funding proposals, IPSF international dinner features Top Chef competition, ASHP Interprofessional Clinical Skills Compentition coming up; In the Spotlight: Noble, Chen; Grants: Wang.


Stories: Happy Valentine's Day from COP; 8 named to new COP Finance Advisory Committee; Students help at Healthy Heart Day; Find pharmacist job, events, CE & more with new app; Pick Your Poison conference set for April 10 & 11; Please use new COP logo; FYI for COP: Hepatitis C presentation available on streaming video, Rec Center sets special hours for UA faculty, graduate students and professional students, Spring Responsible Conduct of Research workshops offered, Students headed to Panama, IPSF wants to suck your blood – for a good cause, Former college board member dies; In the Spotlight: Quinn, Skulkan, Alvarez, Erstad, Lee, Myrdal, Wondrak; Grants: Bhattacharjee; COP in the News.

Stories: Deep Dive Curriculum Review Committee to examine curricular structure; Graduate students receive fellowships; Meet our new employees; Remembering special donors; FYI for COP: Appointed professionals advisory council meeting set for today, Find your way out of the maze, Students invited to 7th annual BIO5/BIOSA industry networking event, Alumnus to present information about new hepatitis C drugs he helped develop, It’s time to register for Southwestern Clinical Pharmacy Seminar, DeFrancesco appointed senior director of operations for AHSC, College receives nearly $3 million in gifts in 2014, Nominate for Victoria Foundation higher education award, New resource gathers Southern Arizona data, Immunology professor appointed executive director of new biorepository, Learn about GMOs, food security, Pharmacists rank high on list of ethical professions, UA’s Responsibility Centered Management involves 3 Ts, Submit papers for 3rd Annual International Conference on Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences; In the Spotlight: Davis, Wondrak, Lau, Leal, Warholak, Bilsky, Henderson, Schallock; Grants: Bhattacharjee, Chen, Mansour, Phan; COP in the News.

Stories: Saudi Arabia Cultural Mission administrators visit college; Professor of psychiatry named AHSC assistant vice president for diversity & inclusion; Indigenous Stewards, new magazine part of Native Environmental Health Stories project, introduced; COPers make recommendations  to improve the value of drug-drug interaction alerts; Results of Movember men's health initiative announced; FYI for COP: Employees invited to the Annual Employee Appreciation Holiday Luncheon, AHSC launches Clinical Data Warehouse, Senior research project information now available on COP website, Changes to biosketch requirements for NIH and AHRQ grant applications announced, New publication about AHSC available, UA launches updated online directory, Submit grant info; In the Spotlight: Do, Sandberg, Nuygen, Clarke, Hardwick, Lake, Cherrington, Bootman, Murphy, Goldstone, Cooley; COP in the News.

Stories: Skin disease drug finally wins approval; College celebrates UA's 100th Homecoming; COP implements new technology for learning; UA chapter attends APhA-ASP Midyear Regional Meeting; SVP rolls out social media guidelines for AHSC units; UA attends ASCP national conference; COP students participate in All Souls Procession; FYI for COP: Provost author support fund now available, Same-sex spouses now eligible for benefits, Nominate for UA Award for Excellence, Associate professor Wondrak editor of newly released book, College to change Expected Outcomes Document, New Bulletin section is for announcing grants; Grants: Mansour, Patanwala; Wildcats to Wildcats: COP reaches out to local elementary school; In the Spotlight: PharmD students at the Phoenix Biomedical Campus, UA chapter of Student Societies of Health-System Pharmacy, Patanwala, Lee, Cooley, Tanner, Hanauer, Schiefer, Herrier, Sredzinski, De Los Santos, Keith Boesen; COP in the News.


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