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Howard University Assistant Provost for International Programs and Dean of the College of Pharmacy, Anthony Wutoh, Ph.D., recently presented a Plenary Lecture on Interprofessional Education and Global Health at the Second Arab Conference on Food and Drugs held in Sharm El Sheik, Egypt. The meeting, which hosted over 500 delegates, covered various topics including the impact of regulatory affairs in the availability of quality medications globally, recent trends in the systems of food safety and quality, and the role of interprofessional education in addressing challenges in Global Health.
The P3 Program is proposed to prepare rising second year students for the pharmacology and pharmacokinetics component of the curriculum. This twelve week component (during the summer prior to the second academic year) will be offered online only to all rising second year students, through the COE and Blackboard website and will utilize AccessPharmacy®, You Tube, Survey Monkey, Tegrity and ExamSoft. Students will receive preparation guidelines, and a structured introductory module including weekly assignments, textbook readings, online chat room discussions, and online assessment.
The Junior URM Mentoring Program (JUMP) is one of the many support programs offered through the NWDP to serve as a diversity pipeline in healthcare and STEM careers. The JUMP program is a two-week summer enrichment program for rising 9th and 10th grade high school students. Twenty (20) High School students who demonstrate an interest in the areas of science, engineering, technology, math or health professions will be selected. The NWDP program includes workshops and interactive activities that are designed to expose students to the expectations in healthcare/STEM careers.
In an effort to reduce overall out of pocket expense to students, laptops have been included in the calculations for the College of Pharmacy’s Cost of Attendance Budget in the amount of $1400.00. This inclusion allows all students the financial means for meeting the basic needs of the laptop requirement.
The Center of Excellence Advanced College Summer Enrichment Program (ACSEP) is one of the many support programs offered through the COE to facilitate entry to the Doctor of Pharmacy Program at Howard University. ACSEP is a five-week summer enrichment program for undergraduate level students who have completed at least 60 semester credits in college or university by May 18, 2015. Twelve (12) Undergraduate students who demonstrate an interest in pharmacy as a career will be selected. The COE ACSEP selection process is competitive. In addition to demonstrated leadership skills, students must also have a high aptitude for science/mathematics and technology. Preference will be given to students who reside in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area.
The Center of Excellence High School Summer Enrichment Science Academy (HSSESA) is one of the many support programs offered through the COE to facilitate entry to the Doctor of Pharmacy Program at Howard University. The HSSESA is a six-week highly competitive residential summer enrichment science academy for rising 11th and 12th grade high school students. Only twenty (20) High School students nationwide and globally who demonstrate an interest in the sciences, a career in pharmacy or other health professions will be selected.
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