The School of Pharmacy at Notre Dame of Maryland University is an exceptional new option for women and men studying pharmacy.
Notre Dame’s innovative Advocaring program pairs students with community based organizations for the course of their four years of study.
White Coat Ceremony
New pharmacy students are formally welcomed into the profession at Notre Dame's annual White Coat Ceremony, held every October in conjunction with American Pharmacist's Month....
School of Pharmacy faculty members Nicole Culhane and Michelle Fritsch were honored for a School program that garnered more than 2,000 hours of community service.
About the School
Just the second institution in the state to offer the Pharm.D. degree, and the only private institution, Notre Dame educates pharmacists who will transform patient care. The School is dedicated to preparing leaders in the field of pharmacy who will provide compassionate, quality care for the diverse patient populations of today and tomorrow.
Graduating its first class in May 2013, the School of Pharmacy’s program reflects the most up-to-date practices and philosophies in the field. Experienced administrators and faculty members have come together from across the country, energized by the opportunity to launch a new addition to the nation’s selection of pharmacy programs.
BELOW: At their Capstone Reception, P-4 student pharmacists celebrate their upcoming graduation and share their most meaningful cases. The Class of 2013 presented Dean Lin with a beautiful bookcase to grace the lobby of School of Pharmacy.
May 10, 2013