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

Register for Homecoming events on October 28-29. Come celebrate our 2016 award winners! 

Luciano Castaneda of Yuma has the very fortunate middle name of “Lucky.” The third-year pharmacy student’s moniker could not be more apt – he’s been lucky enough to be named a Skaggs Scholar three years in a row.

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.

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

Twenty-three members of the PharmD Class of 2020 will complete their professional education on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus. 

COP welcomes a host of new employees (including Ashley Campbell, left) and says good-bye to two seasoned staff members.

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

The COP Patient Education Council planned student pharmacist participation in numerous health fairs and other events where hundreds of patients were screened. 

At the 2016 Arizona Pharmacy Association Annual Convention held June 10-12, a number of UA COP alumni, staff and faculty (including Maryam Fazel, left) were honored for their recent outstanding achievements.

Rick Schnellmann joined the UA College of Pharmacy as dean Aug. 1. In this first Bulletin since his arrival, he shares a few thoughts with employees and students. 

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

Learn about College of Pharmacy faculty's new research projects and the grants to fund them.

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.

Read all about it! COP has a lead development officer, UITS is looking to improve data network for researchers, a college celebration is planned for Thursday, many construction projects are going on and the COP is preparing for reaccreditation.

COP welcomed the PharmD Class of 2020 during orientation week from Aug. 15-19. 

UA Human Resources is making changes to streamline operations in an effort to improve internal processes and better serve UA employees.

You won't believe the number of awards and accolades garnered by our faculty, staff and students (including Priya Muralidharan, left) over the last few months. COPers rock!

Beginning Aug. 1, 2016, Rick G. Schnellmann will be dean of the UA College of Pharmacy.

This year marks the 10-year anniversary of the Keep Engaging Youth in Science internship program for high school students at the University of Arizona.