Seminar series kicks off with leadership lecture
Close to 100 students, faculty and staff packed into the James Edward Herring, Sr. lecture hall in Maddox Hall yesterday afternoon to listen to the first speaker in the Spring Seminar Series sponsored by the Office of Student Affairs.
Campbell University receives Initial Approval Status to start nursing program, enroll 1st students in fall 2014
The N.C. Board of Nursing has granted Campbell University Initial Approval Status to start a Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. This allows the university to enroll its first cohort of 50 students in the fall of 2014.
Duke University Hospital Chief Pharmacy Officer to deliver commencement speech
Duke University Hospital’s Chief Pharmacy Officer, Paul Bush, will deliver the keynote address at Campbell University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences’ 25th hooding and commencement exercises.
DPT welcomes Michelle Green
Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences welcomes Michelle Green to the Department of Physical Therapy faculty.
Physical Therapy marks official start with convocation
The Doctor of Physical Therapy program formally acknowledged the start of its inaugural semester with a convocation ceremony on Friday, January 10, in Campbell University’s beautiful Butler Chapel.
Campbell graduates first physician assistants
Over the past 28 months, the students of the charter physician assistant class of Campbell University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences have been hard at work learning how to treat patients, participating in community outreach events and practicing key elements of the profession, like casting, on each other. All of that hard work paid off as the 34 members of the PA Class of 2013 walked across the stage at Turner Auditorium in Buies Creek on Saturday.
Doctor of Physical Therapy receives positive accreditation
The doctor of physical therapy program at Campbell University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences received positive Candidate for Accreditation status from the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE). The physical therapy program was announced in fall 2011 as an effort to train qualified practitioners to meet anticipated shortages in the health care industry.
Public Health program to graduate first students
Although the master of science in public health program at Campbell University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences opened in August 2012, it will graduate its first two students Saturday.
Clinical Research faculty earns asthma educator certificate and scholarship
Timothy Hinson recently received the 2013 Linda B. Ford Scholarship while pursuing his Asthma Educator Certificate (AE-C) from the National Asthma Educator Certification Board. The scholarship, which has extensive application requirements, is designed to help cover the cost of the certificate examination. The scholarship was awarded to only five individuals this year.
Class of 2013 upholds tradition of excellence
The 2013 PharmD class of Campbell University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences upheld the tradition of excellence by posting a perfect score on the North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination (NAPLEX).
Campbell pharmacy alum encourages students to make a difference
Ron Smith, chief operating officer of Biologics and Campbell pharmacy grad, welcomed new and returning students to Buies Creek at the College's annual Convocation ceremony today. Smith reflected on the first Convocation ceremony he attended at Campbell nearly twenty years ago. He still remembered the advice that Dr. Jack Watts gave to his incoming class, the class of 1998. Watts shared that they were entering healthcare at a wonderful time, that Campbell would equip them to be leaders in their industry, and they were there to make a difference in people's lives.
Class gift creates scholarship in honor of former chair
Campbell University’s doctor of pharmacy class of 2013 pledged over $25,000 to create an endowed scholarship in honor of Dr. Larry Swanson, who retired from the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences this past fall after serving more than 20 years as chair of pharmacy practice.