On April 2, the UA chapter of APhA-ASP hosted the first QUAD Olympics event. QUAD refers to four student organizations: APhA-ASP, NCPA, AzPA and SSHP. The Olympics were held to raise money to help first-year PharmD students join all four organizations.
Approximately 500 people turned out for the El Rio Health Fair held at the El Rio Neighborhood Center in Tucson Feb. 6. More than 220 free screenings were conducted.
As communication technologies have become increasingly advanced, educators have been adapting their teaching methods to reach a new generation of students in non-traditional ways. Traditionally, professors lecture for an hour, and then students go home and complete assignments to assess their understanding of the lecture. However, many professors have begun experimenting with active learning strategies to more fully engage students and achieve better learning outcomes.
The college’s Medication Management Center recently held what has become a tradition, an annual Halloween costume contest.
Four organizations participated: the UA medication management centers in Tucson and Phoenix, the center at the Ohio State University, and the spin-off company from the UA MMC, SinfoníaRx.
About 400 COPers (students, faculty and other employees) enjoyed the annual Welcome Back Picnic on a cloudy Sept. 3. Watch our video to see some of the highlights! The event wrapped up with a shower from above, but we didn't let that dampen our spirits, or spoil the gelato treats.
Thank you to CVS and Walgreens for sponsoring the fun.