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Cedarville University School of Pharmacy - BenchmaRx

Greetings from the Dean

Summer 2017
Welcome to BenchmaRx, the quarterly e-newsletter from the Cedarville University School of Pharmacy. You are an important partner in our work to equip future pharmacists for the glory of God and the advancement of the pharmacy profession. This is a new and exciting era for the School, and this issue of BenchmaRx highlights events, accomplishments, and stories that will be of interest to you. Enjoy!

Marc Sweeney, R.Ph., Pharm.D.
Dean, School of Pharmacy

2017 Class Celebrates Achievements and Opportunities

The School graduated 45 Doctor of Pharmacy students on May 6, nearly all of whom have secured full-time positions. "I am very proud of our second graduating class," said Dr. Marc Sweeney, Dean. "They have demonstrated incredible professionalism, a strong work ethic, and a desire to serve Christ." 
Read About Commencement
Pharmacy student testing in lab

School of Pharmacy in Top Eight in National Research Competition

Cedarville’s School of Pharmacy distinguished itself as a finalist in the American College of Clinical Pharmacy Clinical Research Challenge. Cedarville competed with 81 schools of pharmacy around the country, earning top honors in Ohio and being named one of the top eight in the nation at this year’s competition.
Read About the Competition
rho chi society logo
One year after graduating its first class of students in its Doctor of Pharmacy program and receiving full accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, Cedarville’s School of Pharmacy established the Rho Chi Society, Epsilon Mu chapter. Thirty-seven students from the classes of 2019, 2018, 2017, and 2016 were inducted into the organization.
Read About Rho Chi
Honduras missions trip team photo

Students Minister Through Summer Missions Trips

Teams of pharmacy students spent their summer using pharmacy as a ministry for Jesus Christ. They were able to meet the physical needs of those they ministered to, but more importantly, gave the life-giving message of Christ to those who needed it most. Teams went to Honduras, the Dominican Republic, India, and Canada. 
Stop the Bleed logo

Training to Save Lives

The School of Pharmacy faculty is the first Cedarville University department to take part in “Stop the Bleed” training, a nationwide campaign to empower individuals to act quickly and save lives. This program is part of a partnership between Cedarville and Premier Health/Miami Valley Hospital.
Read the Story
CVS reps and Pharm.D. interns

Sponsor Appreciation: CVS Pharmacy

CVS Pharmacy sponsored an end-of-year gathering for Cedarville School of Pharmacy students. CVS Health representatives, Kate Bennett, University Relations Manager (OH, MI, and Erie, PA), and Michael Spiller, Pharmacy Supervisor, attended, and are pictured with current CVS pharmacy interns. The School of Pharmacy is grateful for the support of our sponsors.
Elijah Injeti working in lab

Faculty Members Making a Difference in Their Field

Our faculty members are not just teaching and mentoring the next generation of pharmacists, they are active in the field of pharmacy through research, presentations, and publishing.
See Faculty Scholarship
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Alumni Achieving Success

We are proud of the accomplishments of our graduates! Here are just a few examples of what they are doing:
  • Anna Staudt, Pharm.D. '17 will be the School of Pharmacy Research Fellow for 2017–19.
  • Bethany Sibbitt, Pharm.D. '16 joins the Department of Pharmacy Practice faculty for fall 2017.
  • The following 2016 Pharm.D. graduates have been selected for PGY-2 residencies: Jonathan Wilkie, James Cancer Hospital; Joshua Arnold, Wake Forest University; Sarah Anderson, Research Fellow at UNC.
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