Staying Connected with Alumni, Friends and Students
The College of Pharmacy has two publications, The Record and The Annual Report and has two electronic newsletters, The Pharmacist Leader and Student News to connect with alumni, friends of the college and students.
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The Pharmacy Record
The Record is published three times a year for alumni and friends of the College of Pharmacy. The record is available electronically and in print. If you would like to receive The Record, please contact the college at 612-624-1900.
The Annual Report
The College of Pharmacy Annual Report is published each spring for alumni and friends and is available in print or electronically. The stories feature research programs we have underway as well as new faculty and endowed chairs, our outstanding donors and students, and our current finances. Please contact Amy Leslie with inquiries.
The Pharmacist Leader
The Pharmacist Leader is an electronic newsletter for alumni, friends and students that contains reflections on leadership from Dean Speedie, news and events. Click here to start receiving the Pharmacist Leader.
Student News E-Newsletter
The Student News E-Newsletter is for current students and contains updates, kudos, and save the dates.
- November 2015
- October 2015
- September 2015
- May 2015
- April 2015
- March 2015
- February 2015
- December 2014
- November 2014
- October 2014
- September 2014
College of Pharmacy Journals
INNOVATIONS in pharmacy
Inspiring Inquiry and Improvement in Pharmacy Practice, Education, and Policy
A quarterly publication featuring case studies, clinical experiences, commentaries, idea papers, original research, review articles, and student projects that focus on leading edge, novel ideas for improving, modernizing, and advancing pharmacy practice, education, and policy.
Journal of Medicinal Chemistry
The Journal of Medicinal Chemistry publishes studies that contribute to an understanding of the relationship between molecular structure and biological activity or mode of action.