Video: Celebrate the Class of 2018's White Coat Ceremony

Story from Tucson News Now. Every year 60,000 children are seen in emergency rooms because they got into medicine. 

The center serves a population of more than 2.5 million, as well as rural hospitals throughout most of the state.

College Receives Historic Commitments of More Than $12M Toward Expansion and Renovation of Skaggs Pharmaceutical Sciences Center 

The UA College of Pharmacy had another successful El Rio Neighborhood Center Health Fair on March 4. 

It's time to nominate an exceptional colleague for our annual Excellence Awards!

Community invited to attend the El Rio Neighborhood Center Health Fair on Saturday, March 4 from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 

Fifty years after the first seminar was first held in Tucson, the Annual Southwestern Clinical Pharmacy Seminar brought together a host of College of Pharmacy alumni and students to learn, teach and interact with colleagues February 25-27, 2017.

In 2006, 10 years after he received his PharmD from the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy, Kevin Boesen, then a faculty member with the college, decided to follow through on what seemed like a great idea.

More than 6,500 children and adults enjoyed a day full of science, technology, engineering and math activities at the UA College of Medicine.

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

Now, faculty – it is time for you to come pick up your folders and set up meetings with your student mentees.

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

As a 1953 COP graduate, Jack Cole went on to dedicate more than 60 years to the College and the practice of pharmacy.

Wishing all a happy holiday season and wonderful new year! 

The annual American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting and exhibition was held in Las Vegas on Dec. 4-8

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.”

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

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.