School of Arts, Sciences & Business
On Thursday, April 21, five English majors and minors were inducted into Notre Dame's Alpha Alpha chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the International English Honor Society. The new members are April Boss, Paris Clinton, Jordan Cranford, Tahreem Haq, and Erika Smith. Congratulations to these students on their academic achievements!
School of Pharmacy
Dr. Jazmin Black, Assistant Professor, Clinical & Administrative Sciences, presented “Genitourinary and Renal Considerations in the Older Adult” CE for Board Certified Geriatric Pharmacist recertification at the American Society of Geriatric Pharmacists Bootcamp on March 17, 2022. She also presented “Role of Pharmacists in Fall Prevention on the “Lifting Up Fall Prevention Awareness Panel” at Senior Solutions Virtual Conference with the Baltimore County Department of Aging. April 6, 2022.
Dr. James Culhane, Assistant Dean for Student Success, presented “Establishing Lecture-Based Learning Survival Skills in Med School” – StatMed Podcast. April 4, 2022
Dr. Lauren Haggerty, Assistant Professor, Clinical & Administrative Sciences, served as moderator for the session “Legislation and Policies: How Can we Advocate for More Equitable Healthcare” at the American Pharmacists Association Annual Conference Annual Conference in March 2022
Dr. Anne Lin, Dean, was a panel speaker at the “Diversity, Equity & Inclusion” town hall session at the American Pharmacists Association Annual Conference in March 2022.
Dr. Matthew Shimoda Associate, Dean for Student Affairs, served as moderator for the session “Legislative & Regulatory Aspects of Digital Health” at the American Pharmacists Association Annual Conference Annual Conference in March 2022.
Dr. Jazmin Black, Assistant Professor, Clinical & Administrative Sciences, and co-workers. Fostering empathy and self-efficacy in pharmacy students through service learning. Curr Pharm Teach Learn. 2022.
Dr. Simone Weiner, Assistant Professor, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and co-workers. “Development of a survey to assess the impact of substance use disorder education on student pharmacists’ perspective.” Curr Pharm Teach Learn, 2022.
Dr. Heather Folz, Assistant Professor, Clinical & Administrative Sciences, was awarded a $10,000 National Association of Chain Drug Stores Foundation grant for her project “Hands-on Continuous Glucose Monitoring Pedagogy to Improve Knowledge, Empathy, and Practice Readiness.”
Dr. Sharon Park, Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs, was awarded a $4,000 American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy SoTL grant for her project “Perceptions and Opportunities for Improving Remediation Policies and Procedures.”
Dr. Ashley Moody, Assistant Professor, Clinical & Administrative Sciences, was selected as the 2021-2022 School of Pharmacy Teacher of the Year. She will attend a luncheon for teachers of the year in schools/colleges of pharmacy during the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy annual meeting in July 2022.
Edgardo Rodriguez ’24 was elected as the Region 2 Delegate for the American Pharmacist Association Academy of Student Pharmacists.
Kayla Marcucci ’23, winner of the School of Pharmacy Patient Counseling Competition, competed at the American Pharmacist Association National Patient Counseling Competition in March 2022.
Rose Sebastian ‘23 had a poster presentation “Comparative outcomes for suicide between brand and generic psychiatric medications” at the Maryland Pharmacist Association Midyear Meeting in February 2022.
Post-Graduate Training Class 2022
Princess Asadu-Bempah – pharmacy practice residency – Frederick Health, MD
Katherine Callahan – pharmacy practice residency – Bay Pines VAMC Lee County, VA
Zaria Comer – pharmacy practice residency – VAMC Baltimore, MD
Natalie Gordon – pharmacy practice residency – VAMC Erie, PA
Chaeyun Lee – Rutgers University/Daiichi Sankyo pharmaceutical industry fellowship, NJ
Gina Lee – pharmacy practice residency – Wellspan York Hospital, PA
Diana Nguyen – pharmacy practice residency – Scripps memorial Hospital La Jolla, CA
Jose Munoz – drug information specialty residency – West Virginia University/Viatris, WV
Nancy Oniovosa – community pharmacy practice residency – Mercer University/Walgreens, GA
Paola Rivera Mudafort – pharmacy practice residency – Lumminis Health – Anne Arundel Medical Center, MD
Taylor Southers – community pharmacy practice residency – University of Maryland/Safeway
Crei Tabligan – pharmacy practice residency – Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic, MD
Jenaine Thorpe – managed care pharmacy practice residency – CSS Health – Buffalo, NY
Marlene Vargas Maldonado – pharmacy practice residency – Inspira Medical Center Vineland, NJ
Osamagbe Woghiren – Union Chimique Belge pharmaceutical industry fellowship
Deanna Zargar – Rutgers University/Janssen pharmaceutical industry fellowship, NJ
Post-Graduate Training Class 2021
Victoria Fusco – PGY-2 ambulatory care residency – VAMC Baltimore, MD
Allison Panchisin – PGY-2 psychiatry residency - Barnabas Behavioral Health, NJ