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Maddox receives North Carolina’s highest pharmacy award

The North Carolina Association of Pharmacists (NCAP) awarded Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences’ founding dean, Ronald Maddox, PharmD, with the 2014 Bowl of Hygeia Award at this year’s annual meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina. The Bowl of Hygeia is the highest honor bestowed by NCAP and is presented to a pharmacist who has compiled a record of outstanding service to his/her community and profession.

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Dean Maddox receives meritorious service award

In 1985, Campbell’s late president Norman A. Wiggins and then-provost Jerry Wallace faced a daunting task. They were about to open the first new pharmacy school in the United States in over 35 years at Campbell University. It was a decision that would change the course of the University’s future.

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Baggett Wellness Institute awards osteopathic medicine faculty

The Baggett Wellness Institute, housed within Campbell University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, awarded two faculty members from the Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine with $5,000 grants. Brian Kessler, DO, Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, and Nicholas Pennings, DO, Campbell University Health Center Director, will receive their grants over the span of two years for their individual project proposals.

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Johnson named Assistant Dean for Interprofessional Education

The College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences has announced that Betty Lynne W. Johnson will become the Assistant Dean for Interprofessional Education effective immediately. 

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CPHS awards first Internal Research Grant Program grants

Campbell University recently awarded its first round of awards through the newly established Internal Research Grant (IRG) program within the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences. The IRG program was established in 2014 under the leadership of founding dean, Ronald W. Maddox. This program is one of many integral pieces of Maddox’s research initiative to encourage and enhance the collaborative research atmosphere throughout the College. 

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