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  • Bottorff to serve on ASCP Executive Steering Committee

    by Melinda Lantz | Feb 18, 2020

    Posted Feb. 18 - Mike Bottorff, professor and chair of pharmacy practice, has been selected to serve on an American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP) Executive Steering Committee exploring anticoagulation in atrial fibrillation in older adults across different living environments. ASCP will partner with the National Minority Quality Forum (NMQF) on supporting research into the current use of anticoagulants in people older than 65 by living environment, by location and socioeconomic factors.


  • Beam featured in story about new master's degree

    by Melinda Lantz | Feb 18, 2020

    Posted Feb. 18 - Teresa Beam, professor of pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacogenomics, is featured in the January edition of Fort Wayne Business Weekly Magazine. The story regards Manchester’s plans to offer a Master of Science degree in nutrition and nutrigenomics (MSNGx). Beam will lead the graduate-level phase in Fort Wayne.


  • Towne contributes to newsletter about infectious disease

    by Melinda Lantz | Feb 18, 2020

    Posted Feb. 18 - Trent Towne, associate professor of pharmacy practice and a local expert on infectious disease, was invited to write an article for the new quarterly newsletter, Communicable Infectious Disease Network of Allen County (CIDNAC). This publication examines infectious issues in the community with a clinical, laboratory and legal perspective. Towne’s article addressed treating gonococcal infections.



  • MU contingent at Statehouse for IPA Legislative Day

    by Melinda Lantz | Feb 18, 2020

    Posted Feb. 18 - Ryan Ades, assistant professor of pharmacy practice and assistant director of experiential education, and Tommy Smith, dean of Pharmacy Programs, accompanied a group of students Jan. 21 to the Indiana Statehouse for the Indiana Pharmacists Association Legislative Day. The following day, Ades testified before the State Senate in favor of SB 241 regarding pharmacy benefit managers.



  • Williams publishes paper on democracy

    by Melinda Lantz | Jan 29, 2020

    Posted Jan. 29 - Leonard Williams, professor of political science and dean of the College of Education and Social Sciences, has published a paper titled “The Democracy Problem.” It appears in the journal Theory in Action, which recently published an issue on anarchism and democracy. Read it here.



  • Williams publishes crossword puzzle

    by Melinda Lantz | Jan 27, 2020

    Posted Jan. 27 - A crossword puzzle by Professor Leonard Williams, dean of the College of Education and Social Sciences, was published Monday, Jan. 27. “Shady Business” is available online.  Solve the puzzle in print via the Chicago Sun-Times or the Goshen News



  • 389 students on fall Dean's List

    by Melinda Lantz | Jan 16, 2020

    Posted Jan. 16 - A total of 389 students engaged in study at Manchester University are on the fall 2019 Dean’s List. Learn more.



  • Zwiebel, Oke place first, second in county art show

    by Melinda Lantz | Jan 15, 2020

    Posted Jan. 15 - Manchester student Marcus Zwiebel won first place in the “Other Art Forms” category of the 92 County Art Show at the Honeywell Center in Wabash. Ejenobo “Jena” Oke, associate professor of art at Manchester, received the second-place award in the same category.

    Works of The 92 County Art Show are on display through Feb. 19, which is the date of the public reception at 7 p.m. 


  • Reed composition to be presented at national saxophonists' conference

    by Melinda Lantz | Jan 02, 2020

    Posted Jan. 2 - Tim Reed, associate professor of music, has had his composition, "...the one you feed...," accepted for presentation at the North American Saxophone Alliance National Conference March 6-8 at Arizona State University. It is the main national conference for saxophonists.

    The piece is for sopranino saxophone and piano with Farrell Vernon, associate professor of music at Purdue Fort Wayne, playing saxophone and Reed playing piano.


  • DeLellis to chair Allen County TRIAD

    by Melinda Lantz | Dec 18, 2019

    Posted Dec. 18 – Teresa DeLellis, assistant professor of pharmacy practice, has been elected 2020 chair of the Allen County TRIAD, a public health organization focused on improving community safety of the older adult population.