Year: 2020

Statement by The Coalition of Diversity and Inclusion Officers, University of Texas at Austin

Link. As diversity officers at the University of Texas at Austin, we are grieved, horrified, saddened by the recent deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, as well as countless others who have lost their lives to acts of

Congratulations Class of 2020

Though student pharmacists couldn’t gather at Bass Concert Hall to celebrate their big day, they still got to remove the “student” from their title as the Class of 2020 graduated from the Doctor of Pharmacy program during the college’s virtual

An exciting announcement from Dean M. Lynn Crismon

Click here to watch the video Greetings, As our entire community steps up to the plate during these uncertain times, I wish to announce some exciting news for the UT College of Pharmacy. The university has secured an anonymous planned

Statement on Gender Equity and Underrepresented Minorities

Dear College of Pharmacy Family, As this semester and full-term academic year come to a close, we wish to acknowledge that we’ve had to experience, confront, and actively survive so much as a community, with respect to the pandemic and

Faculty receive virtual honors for Teaching Excellence Awards

The University of Texas at Austin’s Pharmacy Council virtually honored the College of Pharmacy’s deserving faculty and announced the winners of 2020’s Teaching Excellence Awards. Student pharmacists of all levels nominated their favorite teachers, and Pharmacy Council declared the winner.

UT Pharmacy students excel at AMCP

Two students in the UT College of Pharmacy took top prizes at the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) Foundation’s eLearning Days. The web-based poster hall took place April 20-24, 2020 and showcased 125 posters that were to be presented

UT student pharmacist a USPHS top award recipient

The United States Public Health Service selected 90 student pharmacists nationally to receive its distinguished Excellence in Pharmacy Public Health Award. The annual award recognizes pharmacy students who demonstrate a commitment to public health and active in developing innovative approaches

Virtual Research Day 2020

Despite social distancing, researchers were still able to participate in the 16th Annual Louis C. Littlefield Celebrating Pharmacy Research Excellence Day. The event was held virtually during The University of Texas at Austin’s Research Week. Undergraduates, Pharm.D. students, graduate students,

Maniruzzaman Lab collaboration works to develop patient-focused medicines more efficiently

In an effort to address challenges with the reduction in quantity of new drugs coming to market, a team of pharmaceutical scientists, led by The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy Assistant Professor Mo Maniruzzaman, seeks to find

3D-printing project aims to meet UT community’s PPE needs

A black cylinder with holes along the sides.

In response to the growing demand for personal protective equipment (PPE) in health institutions, the Pharmaceutical Engineering and 3D Printing (PharmE3D) Lab at The University of Texas at Austin is using its 3D-printing resources to fabricate face shields for Dell