As a longtime mentor and leader in pharmacy and at the University of Minnesota, Lowell Anderson began his history of service as a student volunteer at the College of Pharmacy, where he graduated in 1962. In addition to starting an independent community pharmacy, Anderson went on to lead organizations at home and beyond, including International Pharmacist Federation, the Minnesota Pharmacists Association and the Minnesota Board of Pharmacy. As past-president of the American Pharmacists Association, Anderson received the Remington Honor Medal, widely regarded as one America’s top pharmacy awards. As a professor in the Pharmaceutical Care & Health Department from 2009 until his retirement in 2017, Anderson’s guidance has made a positive, lasting impact on the future of the industry. In addition to providing strong leadership within the Pharmacy Alumni Society, the Century Mortar Club, and the College of Pharmacy’s Board of Advisors, Anderson has served on a variety of task forces and committees. He’s also helped spearhead and develop major initiatives including the Center for Leading Healthcare Change. Lowell Anderson’s commitment to people, the university, and his industry is second to none.