School of Pharmacy Honors Alice Clark as Alumna of the Year

Vice chancellor emerita of university relations awarded for career accomplishments

OXFORD, Miss. – After a nearly 40-year career with the University of Mississippi, Vice Chancellor Emerita of University Relations Alice Clark is being honored as the 2019 School of Pharmacy alumna of the year. “I’m so honored to be recognized in this way by the place I’ve called home for so many years,” Clark said.Read the story …

Three Pharmacy Faculty Honored by National Health Care Association

National Academies of Practice recognizes Seena Haines, John Bentley and Kim Adcock

OXFORD, Miss. – Three School of Pharmacy faculty at the University of Mississippi have been recognized by the pharmacy academy of the National Academies of Practice. NAP is an organization that seeks to advance health care by fostering collaboration and advocating for policies that act in the best interest of individuals and communities through interprofessionalRead the story …

Student Selected as Officer for National Pharmacy Organization

Miranda Craft will help oversee APhA's international Student Exchange Program

OXFORD, Miss. – Miranda Craft, a second-year student in the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy, has been selected for the national role of student exchange officer with the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists. Craft will be installed as part of the International Standing Committee at the APhA annual meeting March 22-25 inRead the story …

UM Celebrates M Partner Pilot Year, Sets Ambitious Goals

Community, university partners build momentum to advance projects across state

OXFORD, Miss. – With more than a dozen ongoing community-engaged courses and service projects, University of Mississippi faculty, staff, students and community partners are leading a groundbreaking spring semester. The pilot phase of M Partner will address priority projects centered around community health and well-being, economic development, educational initiatives and beautification. All these projects haveRead the story …

Student Pharmacist Accepts Mayo Clinic Internship

Jontae Warren is second UM pharmacy student in three years to earn competitive position

OXFORD, Miss. – Jontae Warren, a second-year student in the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy, has accepted a summer internship through the Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences in Rochester, Minnesota. The internship will give Warren experience in the clinical/outpatient setting as he rotates through six pharmacies during the 10-week stint. He will counselRead the story …

CEO of Clinical Pharmacy Organization Set for Hartman Lecture

Michael Maddux to discuss clinical pharmacy's impact on the profession

OXFORD, Miss. – Michael Maddux, executive director of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, is set to deliver the annual Charles W. Hartman Memorial Lecture on March 1 at the University of Mississippi. Hosted by the School of Pharmacy, the lecture is slated for 11 a.m. in the Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts. Maddux’s talk isRead the story …

Pharmacy Faculty Members Elected to Lead State Organization

UM professors hold all executive roles in Mississippi College of Clinical Pharmacy

OXFORD, Miss. – Four University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy faculty members have assumed new leadership roles within the Mississippi College of Clinical Pharmacy, the state chapter of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. Katie Barber, Sally Earl, Melissa Reilly and Seena Haines, who all have appointments in the Department of Pharmacy Practice, are MCCP’sRead the story …

Gift Honors Ole Miss Football Great, Restaurateur

Doug Cunningham's wife sets up scholarship in tribute to his life

OXFORD, Miss. – The late college and pro football player Doug Cunningham enjoyed a life defined by great affection for his family and friends, the University of Mississippi and his two restaurants. But there was something else – the great value he placed on education – and that has inspired a scholarship in his name.Read the story …

Pharmacy Faculty Honored with ASHP Distinguished Service Awards

Seena Haines and Joshua Fleming recognized for contributions to profession

OXFORD, Miss. – Two faculty members in the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy were honored for their service to the pharmacy profession at the recent American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting in Anaheim, California. Seena Haines, chair and professor of pharmacy practice, received the Distinguished Service Award for her work in ASHP’sRead the story …

Pharmacology Professor Awarded NIA Grant for Research on Aging Brain

Nicole Ashpole focuses on a specific hormone's effects on learning and memory

OXFORD, Miss. – Nicole Ashpole, an assistant professor of pharmacology in the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy, has been awarded a grant from the National Institute on Aging to research memory impairments in advanced age. With this award, Ashpole and her team will explore a specific hormone in the body that decreases with age,Read the story …