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To harness and engage women graduates of OSU College of Pharmacy to create initiatives that support alumni and Pharm.D students at OSU College of Pharmacy.
The 6th annual OSU College of Pharmacy Women in Pharmacy Luncheon, on Friday May 3, 2019 was held at our Robertson Life Sciences Building in Portland, was a fantastic gathering of our women alumni and friends of the College. The OSU College of Pharmacy and our alumni have contributed largely to the overall legacy and success of the institution and our Women in Pharmacy have been among our many proud contributions.
Each year guests share stories from their careers and offer inspiring words of encouragement to the students in attendance. Susan Poole (’69) Women in Pharmacy Chair, and Paige Clark (’85) Director of Alumni Relations, Professional Development and Continuing Education ACPE Accredited also lead a group discussion about the organization’s current and future initiatives.
For more information please contact Paige Clark ('85), Director of Alumni Relations, Professional Development & Continuing Education ACPE Accredited at OSU College of Pharmacy.
Projects which provide support to benefit current OSU College of Pharmacy Pharm.D students and alumni.
Provides opportunities to assist OSU College of Pharmacy students in building their professional wardrobe by offering resources that will allow them to obtain clothing items that can be worn during job interviews and in a professional work place.
Pictured: Trang Duc ('21), Sharon Rask ('88), Jessica Hendrix ('21), Shari Dunn and Sami Vosika ('21)
Located in Portland, Dress for Success of Oregon provides woman with a personal consultation and assistance in building a professional wardrobe. Each woman leaves her appointment with 5 articles of clothing and training on how to pair those items with other clothing items they already own. Consultations for hair and makeup application are also available. A referral must be made for each participant prior to the appointment. To receive a referral please contact Rx For Success chair Sharon Rask ('88).
Benny's Business Closet is a student run organization that provides gently used professional attire at reduced prices. This service is open to all OSU Students and is located in Milam Hall room: 027.
Second Glance is a high-end clothing resale store located in downtown Corvallis. Business owner, Nancy Knseisel refers to her store as a "fashion recycling shop" and has many items to assist a young professional in beginning their business wardrobe at reduced prices. Please visit Second Glance for a consultation.
The Natty Dresser is a full service menswear shop located in Downtown Albany. They offer an assortment of men's clothing from casual to professional attire including accessories such as shoes, neckties, socks and belts.
Following HB2879 signed in to law July 6th, 2015 and implemented on January 1st, 2016 "A pharmacist may prescribe and dispense hormonal contraception..." OSU College of Pharmacy created a certification program titled Comprehensive Education and Certification for the Prescribing Pharmacist. With proper completion, the program allows pharmacists to not only to dispense but also to prescribe hormonal contraceptives. At this years luncheon Lorinda Anderson, PharmD, discussed with guests the current progress within Oregon and across the nation. Future goals include pharmacists prescribing of acute treatments, antimicrobials and chronic medications.
Pictured: Lorinda Anderson