The R. Ken Coit College of Pharmacy senior leadership is pleased to announce Elizabeth Hall-Lipsy, JD, MPH, Associate Professor, Pharmacy Practice and Science, as the new Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs and Assessment.
She will work closely with Dean Rick G. Schnellmann to oversee the college’s academic programs, including the development and assessment of new programs of study and leading accreditation processes for all undergraduate, master’s and doctoral programs.
Elizabeth has 14 years at the college, since 2008 she’s gone through two accreditation processes with us and has served as an administrator of the Health Disparities Initiative and Community Outreach. She has been a fundamental resource serving as the co-director of our Regulatory Science Program in collaboration between the University of Arizona Health Sciences and the James E. Rogers College of Law, and was appointed director of our PharmD Forward Program in 2017. She will continue to serve in her role as the director of PharmD Forward.
"I am excited to take on this new leadership role to expand and grow our academic excellence, collaboratively set goals and work to surpass them with the aim of providing the best educational environment and experience for all our students, undergraduates, professional and graduate," Hall-Lipsy. "I look forward to working within the college and partnering with our stakeholders to ensure continuous accreditation of our degree programs.”