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Windsor brings passion for teaching to Buies Creek

It was a coincidence that Brett Windsor relocated to North Carolina as Campbell University was creating its Doctor of Physical Therapy program. Now Windsor finds himself immersed in creating courses, reviewing student applications, and wearing a lot more orange and black on purpose these days.

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Angier native returns to Harnett County to inspire research

When looking at Doug Powell’s résumé, one might wonder when he has time to sleep. He often asks himself the same thing. The Angier native recently returned to Harnett County to serve as an assistant professor of health professional studies and director of research for the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences’ Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Campbell University.

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Faculty members author comprehensive book on drug development

When searching for teaching resources, Campbell University faculty members Antoine Al-Achi, Mali Gupta, and William Stagner saw a reoccurring need for a book that provided a comprehensive approach to the pharmaceutical industry. The three started discussing this issue, and before long, a new book project was underway.

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Adams named first assistant dean of graduate and interprofessional education

Michael L. Adams, PharmD, PhD, was recently promoted as the first assistant dean of graduate and interprofessional education at Campbell University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences.

In his new role, Adams is responsible for developing an interprofessional education program to integrate a team-based training component into the College’s academic programs. He will also administer policies and requirements for all current and future graduate programs at CPHS.

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Muzyk Receives Prestigious Pharmacy Award

Andrew Muzyk, PharmD, assistant professor of pharmacy practice, recently received the 2012 Distinguished Young Pharmacist Award from the North Carolina Association of Pharmacists.

The award is sponsored by Pharmacists Mutual Companies and presented annually at NCAP’s Annual Convention to a pharmacist who has practiced less than ten years and participated in state and national associations, professional groups and in community service.

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