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Chronicle of Higher Education
April 12, 2017
ACPHS President Dewey has published an article for the Chronicle of Higher Education exploring how the decision-making process differs for colleges and universities seeking to thrive versus those focused on survival. Beyond the Survival Mind-Set By T
WNYT-TV (Ch. 13, Albany)
February 21, 2017
ACPHS President Greg Dewey speaks with WNYT-TV in this interview about the College's new student operated pharmacy in Albany's South End and the expanding role of the pharmacist in patient care. Click here to watch the interview.
WAMC Northeast Public Radio
January 27, 2017
This story from WAMC Northeast Public Radio details the opening of the new College Parkside Pharmacy and includes interviews with President Dewey, Pharmacist Gus Barranca, and Steve Longo from the Albany Housing Authority. * * * Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences has opened its second student-run pharmacy — this time in the city of Albany
WNYT-TV (Ch. 13, Albany)
January 25, 2017
Albany's WNYT-TV ran this piece on the opening of the College Parkside Pharmacy noting that one of the goals of the initiative is to ensure students are beyond ready to enter the workforce upon their graduation. * * * Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences cut the ribbon on a new student-run pharmacy in the city's south end on Wednesday
Albany Business Review
January 24, 2017
Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences' second student-operated pharmacy is up and running. The College Parkside Pharmacy, on Warren Street in the South End area of Albany, will dispense medications and provide on-site clinical services. The purpose of the colleges' two student-run pharmacies is to prepare students for jobs after graduation
The Saratogian
December 23, 2016
In this interview with The Saratogian, the ACPHS trustee discusses topics ranging from what inspired him to found the company Fortitech to the potential impact of the College's new student operated pharmacies. The paper posed the following five questions to Mr
Poughkeepsie Journal
November 22, 2016
Class of 2016 graduate Sara Kissinger administered two doses of the drug naloxone to a woman who had overdosed in the parking lot of her Rite Aid Pharmacy and likely saved the woman's life. * * * * * She's only been a pharmacist for a few months
WRVO Radio (Oswego, NY)
November 12, 2016
In this interview, ACPHS Assistant Professor Elizabeth Higdon joins NPR member station WRVO (Oswego, NY) to discuss the quality of generic drugs, why they are different from brand names, and their benefits. Click here to listen to the interview
Troy Record
October 30, 2016
ACPHS Vice Provost of Research Shaker Mousa, PhD, talks with The Troy Record to discuss topics ranging from how he got his start in research to the impact of the College's new active learning classrooms. * * * * * A native of Alexandria, Egypt, Dr
Time Warner Cable News
September 28, 2016
Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is beginning a $1.65 million renovation project to create new classrooms. Click here to watch the story.
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