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Research and Graduate Affairs Committee 

The 2016-17 Research and Graduate Affairs Committee will:

  • Prepare a “CAPE Competency” document for graduate students in the pharmaceutical sciences.
  • Recommend programming for AACP meetings for the next 2 years that will be attractive to graduate students and advisors.
  • Recommend curricular development in collaborative research methodologies that schools and colleges could implement.
  • Recommend how the RGA Committee or a sub-committee (or associated committee) could improve graduate education by providing support, guidance, and insight into emerging areas for innovation in graduate education.

     

Samuel M. Poloyac (University of Pittsburgh) Chair
Ruth E. Nemire (American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy) Staff Liaison
Kirsten F. Block (American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy) Member
Jane E. Cavanaugh (Duquesne University) Member
Linda P. Dwoskin (University of Kentucky) Member
Russell B. Melchert (University of Missouri-Kansas City) Member
James M. O'Donnell (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York) Member
Ronny Priefer (Western New England University) Member
Daniel R. Touchette (University of Illinois at Chicago) Member

Last updated on: 8/16/2016 4:47 PM 

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