Top stories: Class of 2015 dons white coats; MMC software and model prove to be profitable; Jun Wang joins faculty; College honors pharmacy stars; IPSF takes award, students present at 2014 APhA annual meeting; A number of COP employees celebrate milestone service anniversaries, retirement; FYI for COP: Alumna Alvarez to present Coit Seminar April 10, AHSC awards to be bestowed Thursday, Notables to attend opening of AHSC VETS Center April 10, End-of-year picnic slated for April 24, Funds available for open access publishing, College gives generously to UA4Food, IPSF international dinner set for April 12, UITS introduces new security measures for NetID users, Go racing with high school students, New listserv will disseminate research information, Learn more about IPEP activities, goals; In the Spotlight: Schneider, Salek, Boesen (Kevin), Zhang; COP in the News.

Top stories: College to honor a host of stars April 8; Nominate for Dean Bootman’s 5-year review committee by March 25; AHSC hosted a party March 10 to recognize employees; Garcia announces new positions at AHSC; Poison center draws a crowd at the Tucson Festival of Books; Coming up: events galore; FYI for COP: College ranked in top 10 again, Nominate for Tong Award by March 28, UA moves to one universitywide commencement ceremony, Coit Seminars available on streaming video, Spring Fling to have an impact; In the Spotlight: Lassiter, Thomas; COP in the News.

Top stories: Chapman and Zhang receive NIH grant to investigate arsenic exposure; Murphy selected to receive Harvey A. K. Whitney Award; MMC providing services to hospice and home health patients; Visiting scientists working in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology; Meet the Target Case Competition winners; Some faculty, staff in Drachman Hall move offices; Changes planned for Drachman B208 computer lab; FYI for COP: Cats in the Community Day coming, Patrick O’Brien to speak at Coit Seminar, Tech Launch Arizona introduces First Friday Pitch Day, Employee recognition barbecue set for March 10, Documentary about UAMC trauma center showing on Arizona Public Media, Responsible Conduct of Research workshop slated for March 5, Helpdesk announces new phone number, UA4Food drive begins, Pharmacists place near top of U.S.News and World Report job rankings, College of Public Health hosting FoodU Lunch Lecture Series,  Ronnie Sharpe to speak about cystic fibrosis, Vampire Cup blood drive under way, Registration open for Global Health Conference, AHSC leaders remind everyone of tobacco-free policy, Japanese students visiting COP; In the Spotlight: Phan, Abraham, Bootman, Erstad, Patanwala; COP in the News.

Top stories: UA ASCP chapter part of first-of-its-kind assisted living program; Biannual meeting to be hosted by Kappa Psi only weeks away; College to welcome two exchange students this summer; Class of 2016 students eligible for Phoenix experience; Distance learning: coming to a classroom NOT near you (well, not all of them); FYI for COP: Pharmacy Day at the Capitol set for tomorrow, Goldschmid accepts new role with AHSC and UAHN, CVS to pull tobacco products from shelves, Join the Diversity Matters conversation, New VETS branch opening in April, OLLI course organized by poison center personnel is well-received, New online solution will help PIs manage grants, Learn about Sigma Xi science and engineering research society, AHSC awards nominations will open soon; In the Spotlight: Lee, Peterson, Salgado, Noble, Sawyer, Chyan, Harshman, Skulkan, Obeso, Velasquez, Poist; COP in the News.

Top stories: Graduate students recognized with fellowships; Southwestern Clinical Pharmacy Seminar set for March 7-9; Welcome, new employees; FYI for COP: Nominations for UA Awards for Excellence due Monday, Target Case Study Competition coming up, APDIC to host annual soup contest for college employees, SPBAC message 4 released, IBM visits to film promotional video, Submit your creative work to the journal Harmony; In the Spotlight: Erstad and Lee; COP in the News.

Top stories: College establishing dean's endowed chair; Faculty members participating on AHSC advisory councils; Two COP professors to teach new undergraduate course; FYI for COP: Graduate student awards luncheon set, New resource matches students with research projects, Director from Johns Hopkins to speak on cystic fibrosis; In the Spotlight: Espiritu, Wingate, Cooley, Erstad, Skrepnek, Wondrak, Jacobs, Vonderfecht, Qiao, Part, Zhang, Tao; COP in the News.

Top stories: Medication Management Center software and business model licensed to SinfoníaRx; Some Medication Management Center employees to join SinfoníaRx; IPSF chapter aims to raise awareness of HIV and smoking issues; A new 'Mr. Pharmacy' is crowned; Legislators and ABOR members visit college; FYI for COP: Warren Underpass opens, Garcia will hold town hall, AzPA to host diabetes certificate program; In the Spotlight: Boomer, Fazel, Erstad; COP in the News.

Top stories: College celebrates Homecoming 2013; COP takes part in pandemic flu exercise; College members present research at poster forum; Learn more about HIV/AIDS; Poison center staffers coordinate course for Lifelong Learning Institute; ’Tis another season to be poisoned; FYI for COP: President Hart to present to ABOR, Non-enrolled minors policy announced, Walk with campus leaders, It's a chili throwdown, Great American Smokeout coming up, Networking event for junior faculty planned; In the Spotlight: Barber, Boesen, Cooley, Goldstone, Leal, Lee, Murphy, Patanwala, Skulkan, Tong, Walter; COP in the News.

Top stories: Students form American Society of Consultant Pharmacists chapter; Halloween is coming; Kappa Psi to host biannual meeting; Employees reminded to plan for UA winter closure; FYI for COP: Kappa Epsilon promoting Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Dean to hold Town Hall meeting Nov. 14, UA Cares kicks off, Kappa Psi bowling night, New webpage for Phoenix cohort, AHSC is a tobacco-free campus, Open enrollment has begun, Attend "Escape Fire" screening, Preceptor and Residency Showcase held, Prescription drop boxes now at all TPD substations; In the Spotlight: Schneider, Erstad, Phan, Camenisch.

Top stories: Scholarship and fellowship donors and recipients honored; Go golfing with a gaggle of pharmacists; Students administer flu shots; FYI for COP: National Advisory Board meets in Washington, D.C., Support for faculty developing apps coming soon, Take advantage of free health fairs, 2013 Frontiers in Biomedical Research Poster Forum coming up, Make your plans for Homecoming weekend, Take a walk with a COP leader; In the Spotlight: Sapiro, Erstad, Schneider; COP in the News.


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