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Students from 3 States Participate in ACP Summer Camp Experience

OAKWOOD, VA (JUNE 29, 2021) –  Students from Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee took part in a recent summer camp experience offered by the Appalachian College of Pharmacy. Those attending had the opportunity to learn more about the profession of pharmacy through hands-on activities supervised by ACP faculty members. Among the activities offered were conducting patient…Keep Reading Students from 3 States Participate in ACP Summer Camp Experience

ACP Holds Virtual Awards Ceremony

OAKWOOD, VA (June 1, 2021) – Student, faculty and alumni awards were presented recently at the Appalachian College of Pharmacy (ACP) through a virtual ceremony recognizing various achievements. ACP President Mickey McGlothlin welcomed viewers to the virtual ceremony  — the 17th awards day recognition ceremony held at the school. “The Appalachian College of Pharmacy has…Keep Reading ACP Holds Virtual Awards Ceremony

ACP to Offer Summer Camp Experience

OAKWOOD, VA (May 25, 2021) –  Students interested in learning more about the profession of pharmacy have been invited to attend the Appalachian College of Pharmacy’s annual summer camp. This year, the camp will be held on Thursday, June 10, 2021 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is free to those attending. Lunch and…Keep Reading ACP to Offer Summer Camp Experience

ACP Confers Doctor of Pharmacy Degrees on 59 Members of the Class of 2021

OAKWOOD, VA (May 1, 2021) –  Fifty-nine members of the Class of 2021 earned their Doctor of Pharmacy degrees, Saturday, May 1 from the Appalachian College of Pharmacy (ACP). An in-person graduation ceremony was held on the lawn in front of McGlothlin Hall on the ACP campus. The ceremony was open to graduates and three…Keep Reading ACP Confers Doctor of Pharmacy Degrees on 59 Members of the Class of 2021

ACP Music and Medicine Elective Gives Rise to Original Song

OAKWOOD, VA (APRIL 26, 2021) –  The healing power of music when coupled with medicine — as well as ways to use music as an education tool — are the focus of the Appalachian College of Pharmacy’s (ACP) music and medicine elective which also resulted in the creation of an original song by three members…Keep Reading ACP Music and Medicine Elective Gives Rise to Original Song

ACP Commencement Exercises Set for May 1

OAKWOOD, VA (APRIL 26, 2021) –  The Appalachian College of Pharmacy will hold in-person commencement exercises, Saturday, May 1, 2021 at 10 a.m. An outdoor ceremony at McGlothlin Hall is planned. John G. Rocovich, chairman of the Harvey W. Peters Research Foundation and  founder and chairman of the board of directors of the Edward Via…Keep Reading ACP Commencement Exercises Set for May 1

54 Students Recognized in ACP White Coat Ceremony

OAKWOOD, VA (FEBRUARY 9, 2021) –  Fifty-four first year students at the Appalachian College of Pharmacy (ACP) formally received their white coats signifying their entrance into the profession of pharmacy during a recent ceremony held on campus and recorded to allow family members and friends to take part in the ceremony virtually. Traditionally, students receive…Keep Reading 54 Students Recognized in ACP White Coat Ceremony

ACP Faculty, Students, Alumni on the Frontlines Helping to Administer COVID-19 Vaccine

OAKWOOD, VA (JANUARY 26, 2021) –  Appalachian College of Pharmacy faculty, student pharmacists and alumni members have been on the front lines in recent weeks helping to administer the COVID-19 vaccine at various clinics in the region and in other states — from Virginia, to Maryland, to Idaho and to other points in between. On…Keep Reading ACP Faculty, Students, Alumni on the Frontlines Helping to Administer COVID-19 Vaccine

ACP Names Perkins as New Fellow

OAKWOOD, VA (JANUARY 12, 2021) –  Appalachian College of Pharmacy (ACP) Alumna, Dr. Crystal Perkins, has been named ACP’s new Fellow. Perkins, a native of Honaker, Va., who graduated with her doctor of pharmacy degree from ACP in 2019, will focus her pharmacy practice and research activities on implementing Chronic Care Management initiatives in Buchanan…Keep Reading ACP Names Perkins as New Fellow

ACP Professor Named CASA Volunteer of the Year

OAKWOOD, VA (OCTOBER 27, 2020) – Appalachian College of Pharmacy Professor Caterina Hernandez was named the 29th Judicial Circuit Court-Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program Volunteer of the Year. Hernandez was recognized October 23 at the 2019-2020 Volunteer Appreciation “Drop In” which was held in lieu of CASA’s annual banquet due to COVID-19 precautions. “We are…Keep Reading ACP Professor Named CASA Volunteer of the Year