Adriane was installed as President on the evening of Monday April 6, 2009 during the APhA Annual Meeting in San Antonio, TX. As National President of the 33,000 member Academy of Student Pharmacists, Adriane will also serve on the Board of Trustees of the American Pharmacists Association, which represents 70,000 pharmacists and student pharmacists in the US. Adriane is the first student in the UNM College of Pharmacy's 64-year history to serve as president of the national student pharmacist academy. She is a native of Albuquerque, NM and graduated from La Cueva High School.
Kim's achievement was announced on the evening of Monday, April 9, 2009 at the APhA Annual Meeting in San Antonio, TX. Each of the 108 colleges of pharmacy in the US send one student to the National Patient Counseling competition where student pharmacists provide information to mock patients on the appropriate use of a complicated medication regimen. In addition, mock patient display various personality characteristics that will challenge the participant’s ability to convey pertinent information. Kim is the 25th national champion. Kim is a native of Albuquerque, a graduate of Sandia High School and the first student pharmacist from the University of New Mexico to win this prestigious national award.
Pree has been named Vice-Chair of the APhA-ASP Awards Standing Committee for 2009-2010. The purpose of the Awards Standing Committee is to recognize outstanding chapters and individuals that have supported the Academy. APhA-ASP has four standing committees, each composed of four student pharmacists. These students are charged with representing the interests of over 30,000 student pharmacists from each of the 108 schools and colleges of pharmacy nationwide.
Jenny has been appointed to the APhA Student Pharmacist Editorial Advisory Board for 2009-2010. Students appointed to this board review each issue of Student Pharmacist magazine after published, review selected articles before publication, and provide ideas, feedback and information to the APhA Staff. This board is made up of 8 student pharmacists from each of the Academy’s eight regions. Jenny is representing Region VIII, which is comprised of schools and colleges of pharmacy from New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, Hawaii, and California.
This national award is a testimony of the creativity and hard work of our chapter in 2007-08.
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