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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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Associate Dean Moore selected for AACP Leadership Program

W. Mark Moore, PharmD, has been selected as a member of the 2014-2015 cohort of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy’s Academic Leadership Fellows Program. The Academic Leadership Fellows Program is a prestigious professional development program for pharmacy faculty interested in honing their leadership skills in pharmacy education and beyond.

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Nursing appoints Army Nurse Corps officer as Assistant Director

Campbell University’s recently launched Nursing program has taken the next step in building its infrastructure by appointing COL (RET) Sandra Goins, DNP, assistant director and assistant professor of nursing. 

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Michael L. Adams named next dean of Campbell University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Michael L. Adams, an assistant dean and an associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences at Campbell University, has been named the next dean of Campbell’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, effective Jan. 1, 2015. Adams will succeed current CPHS dean, Ronald W. Maddox, who will retire effective Dec. 31. CPHS has been under the leadership of Maddox since its inception in 1986.

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Maddox reappointed to NC Institute of Medicine Board

Ronald Maddox, PharmD, Vice President of Health Programs at Campbell University, has been reappointed to serve on the North Carolina Institute of Medicine’s board of directors. Maddox was initially appointed to the board in 2012 and will serve another 2 years at the request of Thom Tillis, Speaker of the House for the North Carolina General Assembly. 

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