On Friday, April 22, 132 third year pharmacy students were honored at the annual Professional Pinning Ceremony in Samford’s Reid Chapel. The event recognizes students as they make the transition from the predominately classroom environment to advanced pharmacy practice experiences. DeAnn Mullins, president-elect of the National Community Pharmacists Association, provided the keynote address.
Numerous recognitions occurred during the event including:
Excellence in Public Health Pharmacy Practice Award: Ebony Adams
Cardinal Health Annual Independent Pharmacy Scholarship: Zach Burns
Margaret Self Propst Pharmacy Teacher of the Year Award: Dr. Jeffery Kyle
The top performers in the Pharmacy Curriculum Outcomes Assessment were also recognized.