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  • De Lellis will present in Portland, Ore., and Chicago

    by Melinda Lantz | Feb 15, 2019

    Posted Feb. 15 - Teresa DeLellis, assistant professor of pharmacy practice, will co-present on “Effect of a Multi-Setting, Interprofessional TOC Pathway on 30-day Readmissions in Older Adult Heart Failure Patients” at the American Geriatrics Society Annual Meeting in Portland, Ore., May 2-4, 2019.  At the same conference, she will co-present on “Effect of Geriatric Pharmacist TOC Interventions on Heart Failure Readmission Rates.”

    At the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in July, she will co-present on “One Size Does Not Fit All: Customized Approaches to Designing, Operationalizing, and Assessing the Co-Curriculum” and  “Innovative Ways of Keeping It ‘Old School.’” The AACP will meet in Chicago.

     

     

  • Trovinger to present at AACP Annual Meeting

    by Melinda Lantz | Feb 15, 2019

    Posted Feb. 15 - Sara Trovinger has been accepted to present on “Tackling PPCP Challenges: Tactics for Engaging Preceptors through the Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process” at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in Chicago July 13-17, 2019. She is director of experiential education and assistant professor of pharmacy practice. 

     

  • Ades testifies before state House Insurance Committee

    by Melinda Lantz | Feb 15, 2019

    Posted Feb. 15 - Ryan Ades, assistant director of experiential education, testified before the Indiana House of Representatives Insurance Committee on Jan. 30 in Indianapolis. Ades voiced his support for an amendment to House Bill 1180, which would increase regulation of pharmacy benefit managers.  Ades has worked closely with the Indiana Pharmacists Alliance (IPA) Legislative Regulatory Council in his role as President of the Indiana Academy of Community Pharmacists to craft legislation advancing the pharmacy profession and decreasing health care costs.


  • DeLellis joins local boards that help kids

    by Melinda Lantz | Feb 15, 2019

    Posted Feb. 15 - Teresa DeLellis, assistant professor of pharmacy practice, has been chosen to serve on the LEARN Resource Center Board, which delivers summer and after-school programs for elementary aged children in underserved areas. She will also serve on the board of the Foundation for Art and Music in Education (FAME), which empowers teachers to nurture artistic creativity and develops programs for children in art and music.

     

  • Student-athletes attend  leadership conference

    by Melinda Lantz | Feb 14, 2019

    Posted Feb. 14 - Student-athletes attended HCAC leadership conferenceFour Spartan student-athletes – Dasia Beck, Sydney Thompson, Craig Overpeck and Brady Nyland – participated in the first-ever Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Student-Athlete Advisory Committee leadership retreat Feb. 9 and 10 in Richmond, Ind..  The retreat emphasized team-building and leadership development.

  • Cashdollar speaks at national coaches’ convention

    by Melinda Lantz | Feb 14, 2019

    Posted Feb. 14 - Football Offensive Coordinator Vince Cashdollar spoke to the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) National Convention in January in San Antonio, Texas.  Cashdollar will also speak to the Indiana Football Coaches Association (IFCA). 

     


  • Grammy-winning Belcher to perform Lynn song cycle

    by Melinda Lantz | Feb 12, 2019

    Posted Feb. 12 - Grammy-winning operatic baritone Daniel Belcher will perform “Your John Keats,” a nine-movement song cycle by Professor Debra Lynn, at Northwest Nazarene University in Nampa, Idaho, on April 11. He premiered Lynn’s work at Manchester, with Pamela Haynes, assistant professor of music on piano, in October 2017. He also recorded the cycle, which is on Lynn’s website


  • Robison publishes in plant science journal

    by Melinda Lantz | Feb 12, 2019

    Posted Feb. 12 - Jennifer Robison, visiting assistant professor of biology, is the author of “The ethylene signaling pathway negatively impacts CBF/FREB-regulated cold response in soybean (Glycine max),” just published in Frontiers in Plant Science.


  • Mundra wins New Investigator Award from AACP

    by Melinda Lantz | Jan 16, 2019

    Posted Jan. 16 - A research proposal from Vaibhav Mundra, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, has been funded as a New Investigator Award from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.  “Formulation of Micelles for Co-Delivery of Bortezomib and Doxorubicin” was peer-reviewed.

  • Majumder work chosen for publication

    by Melinda Lantz | Jan 10, 2019

    Posted Jan. 10 - “The Dynamic Response of Fractionalization to Public Policy in U.S. Cities,” by Sreenath Majumder, assistant professor of economics, will be published in an upcoming issue of Current Politics and Economics of the United States, Canada, and Mexico