Elizabeth Bunk Receives Walmart Pharmacy Scholarship
The Mylan School of Pharmacy congratulates PY - 3 student pharmacist, Elizabeth Bunk , for receiving a $1,000 Walmart Pharmacy Scholarship.
Elizabeth is active in many of the Mylan School of Pharmacy student organizations. She is currently the Patient Care Coordinator of APhA - ASP, on the outreach commit tee for PPAG, secretary of HEART, Alumni Committee Head of LKS and a member of PSHP.
“It is all very exciting,” says Elizabeth who organized this year’s health screening event at the Allegheny Courthouse as part of APhA - ASP.
The screening was part of American Pharmacists Month and offered free influenza and pneumonia vaccines, blood pressur e screenings, diabetic foot screenings, cardiac risk assessments, and body mass analyses.
Walmart and Sam’s Club strive to support the scholarship programs of each school of pharmacy to the fullest. The Walmart Pharmacy Scholarship acknowledges students who are leaders in their communities and are committed to improving the future of healthcare.
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