Our inaugural preceptor newsletter
Our inaugural class of graduates was hooded in May, leading up to the news that the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is now accredited.
We could not have made these strides without you. As preceptors, you are the backbone of preparing our students to become future licensed pharmacists working to the top of their license. You teach them — and also mentor them — in ways that we cannot do in the classroom. Without your dedication to our students, we could not succeed in our mission to develop outstanding leaders in pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences who will help transform human health.
I hope this inaugural newsletter will provide you with insight into our students and your fellow preceptors, as well as information on what you need to know to stay connected to us.
Thank you for your many contributions that enable us to reinvent pharmacy education for the next generations of students.
Director of Experiential Education
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice
School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences