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ACP Students Recognized for Achievements

OAKWOOD, VA (MAY 24, 2022) – Appalachian College of Pharmacy students in the Class of 2022 were recently recognized for their achievements during an awards ceremony held on campus. Students in the classes of 2023 and 2024 will be recognized June 9. “Our annual awards ceremony the perfect time to recognize our pharmacy students for…Keep Reading ACP Students Recognized for Achievements

ACP Confers Doctor of Pharmacy Degree on 66-Member Class of 2022

OAKWOOD, VA (MAY 7, 2022) – Sixty-six members of the Appalachian College of Pharmacy (ACP) Class of 2022 received their Doctor of Pharmacy degrees Saturday during the college’s fifteenth commencement exercises. K-VA-T Food Stores, Inc. President and CEO Steve Smith was the commencement speaker and Matthew Stephen Bates, of Lynchburg, Va., a member of the…Keep Reading ACP Confers Doctor of Pharmacy Degree on 66-Member Class of 2022

ACP to Offer Summer Camp Experience

OAKWOOD, VA (APRIL 26, 2022) – Students who are interested in learning more about the profession of pharmacy have been invited to attend a one-day summer camp event at the Appalachian College of Pharmacy, this summer. The June 3 day camp is geared toward high school juniors and older to give them an opportunity to…Keep Reading ACP to Offer Summer Camp Experience

Smith Tapped as ACP 2022 Commencement Speaker

OAKWOOD, VA (March 29, 2022) – The Appalachian College of Pharmacy has announced Steven C. Smith, president and chief executive officer of K-VA-T Food Stores, Inc., which operates Food City stores throughout a five-state area, will be its 2022 commencement speaker. Raised in Grundy, Smith earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from James Madison…Keep Reading Smith Tapped as ACP 2022 Commencement Speaker

ACP Inducts New Members Into Rho Chi Honor Society

OAKWOOD, VA (March 15, 2022) – Ten new members were inducted into the Delta Alpha chapter of Rho Chi at the Appalachian College of Pharmacy. Rho Chi is the honor society for pharmacy students. As the academic honor society in pharmacy, the Rho Chi Society, which is celebrating its 100th year nationally this year, encourages…Keep Reading ACP Inducts New Members Into Rho Chi Honor Society

Appalachian College of Pharmacy Moves Forward in Application Process to Offer Doctor of Public Health Degree

OAKWOOD, VA (FEBRUARY 1, 2022) – Students at the Appalachian College of Pharmacy (ACP) will have the option of pursuing two different degrees in the near future at ACP as the college seeks approval from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to add a course of study leading to a…Keep Reading Appalachian College of Pharmacy Moves Forward in Application Process to Offer Doctor of Public Health Degree

ACP’s Dr. Richard Nicholas Appointed to State Rare Disease Council

OAKWOOD, VA (OCTOBER 5, 2021) – Dr. Richard Nicholas, pharmacy practice department chair at the Appalachian College of Pharmacy, has been appointed by Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam to the state’s new Rare Disease Council. Appointments to the council, created by the General Assembly earlier this year, were announced by the governor last month. The new…Keep Reading ACP’s Dr. Richard Nicholas Appointed to State Rare Disease Council

ACP Welcomes 58 First Year Pharmacy Students

Oakwood, VA (August 17, 2021) – Fifty-eight students arrived on the campus of the Appalachian College of Pharmacy last Wednesday to begin their studies leading to a doctor of pharmacy degree in Virginia’s only three-year doctor of pharmacy program. Students in the incoming class of 2024 represent 15 different states including Virginia, Kentucky, West Virginia,…Keep Reading ACP Welcomes 58 First Year Pharmacy Students

Recent ACP Graduate Earns Prestigious VPhA Harvey Morgan Award

OAKWOOD, VA (JULY 26, 2021)  — Recent Appalachian College of Pharmacy Graduate Bryna Marla Addair, has been selected by the Virginia Pharmacists Association (VPhA) as the 2021 recipient of the prestigious Harvey Morgan Award for Advancing Health Policy. The award is given annually to one student selected from among nominees for the award from pharmacy…Keep Reading Recent ACP Graduate Earns Prestigious VPhA Harvey Morgan Award

Four ACP Students Selected as Virginia AHEC Scholars

OAKWOOD, VA (JUNE 29, 2021) –  Four Appalachian College of Pharmacy students, Maggie Haynes, Kristin Thompson, Danielle Saylor and Kenna Fields have been selected as Virginia American Health Education Centers (AHEC) Scholars. Haynes and Thompson were nominated by Caterina Hernandez, ACP assistant professor in the department of pharmaceutical sciences. Fields was nominated by Angie Mutter,…Keep Reading Four ACP Students Selected as Virginia AHEC Scholars