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APhA announces student pharmacist award recipients

Honorees will be officially recognized at the APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition in San Antonio from March 18 to 21.

The American Pharmacists Association announced the selection of recipients of the APhA Academy of Student Pharmacist Awards.

As part of the 2022 APhA Awards and Honors Program, the comprehensive recognition program in the profession of pharmacy will honor nominees at the APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition in San Antonio from Match 18 to 21. 

[Read more: APhA Foundation awards student scholarships]

The APhA Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA–ASP) recognitions include: 

  • The Linwood F. Tice Friend Award – Michael Doherty, University of Cincinnati. Formerly known as the "APhA Friend of ASP Award," this award was established in 1988 to recognize an individual whose long-term services and contributions have benefited the APhA Association Academy of Student Pharmacists, and thereby, student pharmacists in general. The award was renamed in 1994 to honor Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science Dean Emeritus and APhA past president Dr. Linwood Tice who, in his capacity as chairman of the APhA Committee on Student Branches in 1952–55, was instrumental in the formation of the APhA organizational unit that evolved into APhA–ASP.
  • The Outstanding Dean Award – Marie Chisholm-Burns, University of Tennessee Health Science Center. The award recognizes school or college of pharmacy Deans who have made significant contributions to APhA–ASP chapters and who have promoted, with distinction, the welfare of student pharmacists through various community service, leadership and professional activities.
  • The Outstanding Chapter Advisor Award – Jennifer Clutter, West Virginia University School of Pharmacy. The award recognizes advisors of APhA–ASP Chapters who have promoted, with distinction, the welfare of student pharmacists through various patient care projects, community outreach, leadership development and professional opportunities.
  • The APhA Student Leadership Awards – Rachel Allen, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Shirley Ly, University of Florida, Miranda J. Moser, West Virginia University, M. Ally White, Lipscomb University. Established in 1983, the APhA Student Leadership Awards recognize outstanding academic achievement and leadership ability in APhA-ASP at the local, regional and national levels of students who are currently in their next to the last year of pharmacy school.
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