Thursday, Dec. 5
The College's Alumni Association will have "survival stations" featuring snacks and drinks set up throughout campus for students to help them get through exam week. Good luck, students!
Many in the pharmacy profession don’t know what a Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) is, which was even more reason to have a Meeting of the Minds panel discussion about the subject, according to the event’s expert panel.
When fifth-year student John Love graduates, he’ll already have a head start on the next phase of his career.
“If we’ve saved one person, that’s enough." It’s a short, simple sentiment by his wife, Peggy, that has served as Patrick Tharp’s mantra since he founded Pharmacists Preventing Suicides (PPS©) more than 10 years ago. Tharp ’61/’62, Ph.D., RPh, president and owner of Melling Group, an international pharmacy consulting group, was compelled to start PPS after his youngest daughter, Tricia, took her own life in her early 30s.
- Reunion Weekend a Rousing Success
- STLCOP Holds Biggest C.A.R.E.S. Event Ever
- Wealth of Events Highlight American Pharmacists Month
- Former President of Ecuador Visits STLCOP, Discusses Potential Partnership
- Scholarship Awards Dinner Honors Students and Donors
- NMMU Faculty Visit Proves Fruitful to Twinning Partnership
- Second-year Student Shares Stories of Living with T1D, Helps Promote Upcoming JDRF Walk
- Family Shares Stories of Henrietta Lacks and HeLa Cells at Convocation
- Students Welcomed into the Profession of Pharmacy with White Coat Ceremony