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  • Faculty publish on state pharmacist website

    by Melinda Lantz | Jul 17, 2019

    Posted July 17 - Assistant professors Sarah Gordon and Teresa DeLellis have published “Utilizing Direct-Acting Oral Anticoagulants in Chronic Kidney Disease and Atrial Fibrillation” on the Indiana Pharmacist Association website, available at www.indianapharmacists.org.

     

  • Three publish team dynamics research

    by Melinda Lantz | Jul 17, 2019

    Posted July 17 - Sarah Gordon, assistant professor; Sara Trovinger, assistant professor and director of experiential education; and Teresa DeLellis, assistant professor, have published their work, “Escape from the Usual: Development and Implementation of an ‘Escape room’ activity to Assess Team Dynamics” in the August edition of Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning.

     

  • Beckett appointed to AACP committee

    by Melinda Lantz | Jul 17, 2019

    Posted July 17 - Congratulations to Rob Beckett for his appointment to the Emerging Teaching Scholar Award Committee of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Rob is associate professor of pharmacy practice and director of MU’s Drug Information Center.

     

     

  • McCafferty passes certification exam

    by Melinda Lantz | Jul 17, 2019

    Posted July 17 - Congratulations to Renee McCafferty, associate professor of pharmacy practice, for passing her ambulatory care board certification exam.

     

  • Eichenauer receives scholarship for graduate study

    by Melinda Lantz | Jun 19, 2019

    Posted June 19 - Psychology major Connor Eichenauer ’19 of North Manchester has been selected to receive the Carroll Parrish Scholarship from Pi Gamma Mu, the International Honor Society in Social Sciences. Connor will use the $2,000 award to pursue graduate study in industrial/organizational psychology at Michigan State University, the top-ranked program in the field.

     

  • Bandemer speaks at HR higher education conference

    by Melinda Lantz | Jun 14, 2019

    Posted June 14 - Whitney Bandemer, vice president for human resources and strategic initiatives, was a featured speaker at the LEAP HR – Higher Education conference in Austin, Texas, on May 28. Bandemer’s presentation was titled “Rethink Professional Development in Your Institution to Transform Employee Engagement” in which she talked about the development of HR’s leadership and professional development programming. 

  • Elder speaks at forum on protecting Great Lakes

    by Melinda Lantz | Jun 14, 2019

    Posted June 14 - Celia Elder, administrative assistant in the Office of Experiential Education, will speak June 19 behalf of the Hoosier Chapter Sierra Club and Save Maumee Grassroots Organization at a public forum to discuss key issues facing the Great Lakes. Domestic Action Plan (DAP) Advisory Committees in all U.S. Great Lakes states choose one non-government representative and one government representative to provide updates to the public about their DAP progress. Roundtable discussions are open to the public, and participants are invited to contribute their views about the governments’ progress to restore and protect the Great Lakes. 

     

     

  • Henriksen and Trovinger present at Washington State

    by Melinda Lantz | Jun 14, 2019

    Posted June 14 - Jennifer Henriksen, associate dean of Academic Affairs and Assessment, and Sara Trovinger, director of experiential education, will present at the 2019 TIPed Institute atWashington State University College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences June 18-20. The Transformation and Innovation in Pharmacy Education Institute is a community dedicated to integrating innovation within pharmacy curricula. The topic of their session will be “EPAs: Assessing and Mapping the Affective Domains.”

     

     
  • Mayer’s article is in Public Seminar

    by Melinda Lantz | May 16, 2019

    Posted May 16 - Seth Mayer, assistant professor of philosophy, published an article in Public Seminar titled, "What Criminal Justice Reformers Can Learn from the Green New Deal." Read it here.

     

  • Haley Farris is Behnke scholarship winner

    by Melinda Lantz | May 14, 2019

    Posted May 14 - Junior Haley Farris has been chosen to receive the Indiana Athletic Trainers' Association Robert S. Behnke Professional Education Scholarship. It will be presented at the association’s annual meeting on June 3 in Indianapolis. Learn more