NEWS & EVENTS

NEWS

Feminist Conference Addresses Power Inequities
For the first time in six years, ACPHS hosted the Capital District Feminist Studies Conference on Feb...

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NEWS

Preceptor Recognized as Model E.R. Pharmacist
Consider what students have to say about Dr. Leslie Riddle ‘09, a pharmacist in the emergency department at St...

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EVENTS

Feb 7
Africana Film Series - Gurumbé: Afro-Andalusian Memories (the African roots of Spanish flamenco)
Our first film shows the unacknowledged African roots of Spanish flamenco, one of the many erasures needed to maintain Europe’s long history of imagining itself as culturally separate from Africa...

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EVENTS

Feb 14
AFRICANA FILM SERIES - THE MALI-CUBA CONNECTION/AFRICA MIA (MALI’S INFLUENCE ON CUBAN MUSIC)
The second film looks at musical cross-pollinations between the rich cultures of Cuba and Mali...

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Matt Higgs
Discovery Spotlight
“Proper teamwork is really what makes a pharmaceutical company run smoothly.”
Matt Higgs '20, BS Microbiology/MS Molecular Biosciences
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ACPHS Graduate Victoria Ostrovskiy
Discovery Spotlight
"If I wanted to become a pharmacist, this was the time to do it."
Victoria Ostrovskiy '18, Doctor of Pharmacy
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Dr. Ray Chandrasekara
Discovery Spotlight
"You earn respect one person at a time."
Ray Chandrasekara, Ph.D., Associate Professor
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Bear Berenback
Discovery Spotlight
"Helping those in need is essential for a community to function effectively."
Bear Berenback '20, Doctor of Pharmacy
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Facts
&
Statistics

#1
in NY, and #2 in the US, for best return on investment (ROI)
PillBottles
Hands on experience in student-operated pharmacies and public health site
25
States and nine countries represented in the Class of 2026
85%
Fall-to-fall retention rate vs. 76% national average
90%
OF THE 2022 PHARM.D. CLASS GRADUATED ON TIME
65+
Student clubs and organizations
PiggyBank
$119,112, median earnings 10 years after starting at ACPHS
7:1
Student to Faculty Ratio
Globe
83% of alumni believe their work makes the world a better place
100%
of ACPHS first-year students receive financial assistance