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Fall 2018

News from the Dean

We launched our 2018–19 academic year with record overall enrollment in the School of Pharmacy, following a year of record applications. We are blessed that our mission and vision resonate with so many students. Our year has begun with construction of our new community pharmacy to open by 2019, new research grants, new faculty, and expanding partnerships. The landscape continues to change in the profession, and we are responding accordingly. Our new co-curriculum and interprofessional education initiatives are underway to create a more highly skilled graduate, with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes deemed necessary for the future of the profession. As always, we seek to glorify God with all that we do.

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

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Cedar Care Village Pharmacy Construction Underway

Crews are working hard to renovate the old Cedarville Hardware store into the new Cedar Care Village Pharmacy. Set to open in December, Cedar Care will bring a local pharmacy back to Cedarville, serving the needs of the village and surrounding communities while giving our students real-world learning experiences. A local news station recently aired a story about the new pharmacy; watch it now.
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Faculty Transitions, New Hires Increase Our Impact

Recent faculty moves position us well to educate the next generation of Christian pharmacists. We are thankful that God continues to send highly qualified, Christ-honoring faculty members to the School of Pharmacy.
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Student Pharmacists Win Chapter of the Year

Even though it is a fairly young chapter, Cedarville University’s Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA) chapter beat out more than 90 other groups to be selected as the National Chapter of the Year. Our students are getting noticed and making a difference on a national level.
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Cardinal Health Grant Helps Fight Opioid Epidemic

Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy was awarded a $25,000 grant from the Cardinal Health Foundation’s Generation Rx Best Practices in Pain Medication Use grant program. The grant will be used to continue to combat the opioid crisis in Dayton through a chronic pain management program with enhanced communication.
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Pharmacy Students Return From Missions Trip

A team of 11 Cedarville University students, including six from the School of Pharmacy, spent time in Clarkston, Georgia, one of the most diverse square miles in the U.S., ministering to the underserved through medical missions.
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2017 Pharmacy Grad Earns Teaching Training Honor

McKenzie Shenk, a 2017 Cedarville University Doctor of Pharmacy graduate, received the Nicholas G. Popovich Award from the Indiana Pharmacy Teaching Certificate (IPTeC) Program. The IPTeC Program is a statewide training program for pharmacy residents, fellows or other pharmacists interested in teaching.

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SOP Encourages Student Cancer Survivor

Third-year professional pharmacy student Julia Gardner was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) in 2015. After 2 1/2 years of treatment, Gardner is in remission and anticipating a 2020 graduation from Cedarville University. She is grateful for the support of her School of Pharmacy family during her treatment.
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