Lauren O'Donnell Receives AACP Emerging Teaching Scholar Award
School of Pharmacy Professor Dr. Lauren O'Donnell has been chosen as a recipient of The AACP Council of Faculties (COF) Emerging Teaching Scholar Award. This is the first year for this prestigious award, which is designed to recognize excellence of academic pharmacy faculty engaged in and/or supporting scholarly teaching and the scholarship of teaching and learning.
O'Donnell will be presented with the award at the AACP Annual Meeting, on Monday, July 17 in Nashville, TN.
"AACP has built a community of educators with a similar focus and interest in pharmacy education. This community has been an important resource for me since joining the School of Pharmacy at Duquesne, and has offered support, ideas, and feedback that have helped me to grow as a pharmacy educator. I feel honored to receive this award from them," said O'Donnell.
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