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  • Associate Professor Wendy Parker, Director of the College's new bachelor's degree program in Public Health, recently spoke with WNYT-TV about the origins of the program, why the field is growing so rapidly, and career opportunities in areas ranging from communications to research.
  • The College's Throop Pharmacy Museum and its curator Lee Anna Obos, RPh, will be featured as part of the June 24 episode of the Travel Channel’s “Mysteries at the Museum.” The episode is titled “Bobbed Hair Bandit, A Deadly Substitution, Escape from the Jungle” and will air at 9:00 pm ET.
  • Assistant Professor Elizabeth Higdon speaks with NPR affiliate station WRVO-FM about what it takes to become a pharmacist. In the interview, she discusses the educational requirements of the profession as well as the expanded role pharmacists are playing in areas such as disease management and prevention.
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