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Janet Cooley portraitJanet H Cooley, PharmD  520-626-5095
Director, Experiential Education
Dr. Cooley is an alumna of the College of Pharmacy, class of 2006 and joined the experiential team in 2011. She teaches the Preparation for Rotation class and coordinates the APPE rotations.
 

Jenene Spencer profileJenene Spencer, PharmD  520-621-7872
Coordinator, Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPE)
Dr. Spencer joined the experiential team as a clinical pharmacist in the fall of 2009.  She became IPPE (Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences) coordinator in 2011.  Dr. Spencer prepares first-year students for IPPEs, precepts first-year students during the SOAR (Student and Older Adult Relationship) Project at long-term care facilities, and coordinates rotation assignments for 100 first-years, 100 second-years, and 100 third-years.

Lynda Klasky portraitLynda Klasky 520-626-5067
Administrative Assistant, Experiential Education
Ms. Klasky is the backbone of the program. She has been part of experiential education since 1999. If you need anything, she is the best resource. Her main function is to ensure that program runs smoothly. No small task. The amount of paperwork involved from registering students, organizing immunization records, submitting hours to the state board, and processing new preceptor paperwork is monumental. Yet she does it all with a smile.

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Elizabeth Hall-Lipsy, JD, MPH 520-626-3180
Program Manager, Health Disparities and Outreach
Ms. Hall-Lipsy joined the experiential team in 2008.  She coordinates the Rural Health Professions Program (RHPP), which includes arranging rural experiences for first- through third-year students, and the early rural rotation program.  As a result of Arizona Area Health Education Centers funding, the College of Pharmacy has been able to triple the number of students participating in rural practice experiences.  Thank you, rural preceptors!

Smiling white woman with glasses and short red hair.Chase Wilson 520-626-4506
Program Coordinator, Experiential Education
Ms. Wilson coordinates many of the the logistical details of rotations, including scheduling. She is always happy to assist students or preceptors with concerns, and hopes to earn an MA in Information Resources and Library Science from the University of Arizona in 2013.

 

Sandi Thoi  602-827-2405

Experiential Education Pharmacist

Dr. Thoi is an alumni of the College of Pharmacy and recently joined the
experiential team in 2012.  She is part of the Phoenix campus and helps
coordinate APPE rotations based in Phoenix.  She maintains relations with
the preceptors and students as well as assists in future site development.

Updated: Tuesday, 18 June 2013