The 2015-16 Research and Graduate Affairs Committee will continue to examine and establish a competency-based, best-practice education model that provides guidance to colleges and schools of pharmacy offering graduate degree (master and doctoral) programs and postdoctoral training. The Committee will also seek input from funding agencies who award graduate and postdoctoral fellowships and from future employers (academic, government, and pharmaceutical industries) to ascertain that the need of future workforce filled by our graduates are continuously and satisfactorily met.
The RGAC will align the above objectives with the 2014-15 presidential agenda on “Accessibility, Affordability, and Accountability” of Graduate Education in Colleges of Pharmacy:
The 2015-16 RGAC will complete the original charges. In addition and continuing with the emphasis on foundations, the Research and Graduate Affairs will serve to advise AACP’s new chief science officer. Collaboratively they will:
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