In the Spotlight: Nov. 21, 2011

Evan Hood
Evan Hood, Class of 2013, AKA "Mad Scientist" in the slime lab, worked a slime booth at the Tully Elementary School Fall Festival on Oct. 21. Using borax, water, glue and green food coloring, he helped the kids create green slime, which they proudly displayed in Ziploc bags. Tully is an accelerated programs magnet school where more than 90 percent of the school children receive free or reduced price lunches. The money raised during the festival will help provide much needed classroom supplies and help fund field trips for Tully's students. The Tully school kids loved Hood and the slime!

Dean J. Lyle Bootman, PhD, ScD, has been selected to receive the Pharmacists Planning Service, Inc.’s Distinguished Person of the Year Award for 2012. The organization selected Bootman for the award because of all he has done for the profession of pharmacy. The award will be presented during the American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting in New Orleans March 11.

Jeannie Lee, PharmD, clinical assistant professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science, has been invited to speak at the Arizona Association of Activity Professionals’ conference in Scottsdale in January. Lee, who specializes in geriatric care, will present “Polypharmacy in Older Adults: How Much Is Too Much?”