College of Pharmacy

Board of Regents announces search committee for UI president

The Iowa Board of Regents has named the 21 members of the University of Iowa Presidential Search and Screen Committee. The committee is charged with identifying candidates for board consideration, in conjunction with the search consultant, Parker Executive Search, to serve as the next president of the UI.
UI career fair

Job and internship fair brings 160 employers to UI students Feb. 25

American employers are hiring again, and that economic improvement means another record number of organizations will be represented at this spring’s career fair, with hundreds of jobs, internships, and other career opportunities waiting for University of Iowa students on Wednesday, Feb. 25, in the Iowa Memorial Union.

Gift to the UI College of Pharmacy aids student scholarships and lecture fund

$1 million dollar gift contributes toward the college’s 'For Iowa. Forever More: The Campaign for the University of Iowa'
Floyd R. and Judith E. Domer, of Asheville, North Carolina, have established a $1 million bequest for the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy that will enhance an existing scholarship fund and create a new lectureship fund.

UI holds first-ever pharmacy technician summit in Des Moines

Goal is to partner with community colleges to better prepare pharmacy technicians for changed roles
The University of Iowa has organized a summit to better prepare pharmacy technicians for their changed role in the marketplace. The first-ever summit, to be held on Feb. 5 in Des Moines, is a partnership with community colleges statewide to education, training, and curriculum development.

Pharmacy Times Community pharmacists find discussing adherence difficult

Researchers from the UI College of Pharmacy have studied what helps and hinders pharmacists using the prescription refill encounter to help patients take medications more safely and effectively; the study was published in the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association.

State Rep. Dean Fisher sits inside a vehicle at the National Advanced Driving Simulator while others stand around and watch.

State legislators take UI research for a test drive

Tour includes hands-on activities
The University of Iowa Office of Research and Economic Development hosted five state legislators on an interactive tour of campus research and economic development activities Thursday, Nov. 13.

Policy experts to discuss health care innovation at UI-sponsored forum

Rebalancing Health Care in the Heartland 7 will be Nov. 20 in Des Moines
Rebalancing Health Care in the Heartland, the seventh in an ongoing series of forums designed to support Iowa policymakers in their efforts to improve health care for Iowans, will take place Thursday, Nov. 20, at the Embassy Suites in Des Moines.