Duquesne Students, Alumni, Faculty Win Multiple Awards At Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association Conference
Students, alumni and faculty of the Duquesne University School of Pharmacy won several award at the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association (PPA) Annual Conference, held September 19-22, 2019 at Seven Springs Mountain Resort.
Bowl of Hygeia Award
Janet Astle, B.S. Pharm., Ed.D.
Assistant Dean for Student Services
Granted to recognize and honor a Pennsylvania pharmacist who has demonstrated sustained commitment to community service, apart from his/her specific identification as a pharmacist, which reflects well on the profession of pharmacy.
Mortar and Pestle Award
J. Douglas Bricker, Ph.D.
This award is one of special recognition presented solely at the discretion of the PPA Board of Directors which recognizes service to the pharmacy profession.
George H. Searight Community Service Award
Emily Lohr, Pharm.D.
Experiential Education Coordinator
Presented to an individual who has shown outstanding devotion and service to PPA, and his/her own county or local association, and for outstanding community service which has enhanced the image of the profession of pharmacy within his/her community.
J. Allen Duffield Pharmaceutical Industry Award
A.J. Greco, Pharm.D.'07
Presented to an individual who is associated with the pharmaceutical industry or other pharmacy associated/related business or service, who has contributed time, effort, commitment, and supported and participated in the activities and programs of PPA and who has, through his/her affiliation with the company and industry he/she represents, contributed to the betterment of the profession of pharmacy.
George S. Maggio Community Service Award
Ron McDermott, P'95
Presented to the pharmacist who has contributed the most to pharmacy in Pennsylvania through his/her work in legislative activities and advocacy.
Government Relations and Advocacy Award
Duquesne University School of Pharmacy PPA Chapter
Honor schools of pharmacy which display excellence and achievement in the areas of membership, government relations and public awareness.
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