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January 23, 2023
Panther Profiles are Q&A interviews that highlight Panthers of all stripes -- students, faculty, staff, alum, board members and anyone else in the campus community. Associate Professor Katie Cardone, a 2006 graduate of ACPHS, is director of the pharmacy practice program
January 13, 2023
Welcome to the spring semester at ACPHS. Campus will come to life this week as students, classes and events return. Here is a snapshot of the spring semester events, with many more still to come.   January  There’s a lot happening, and it all starts this month with Cocoa and Catch-Up on Jan
December 19, 2022
ACPHS has established a new scholarship fund in honor of Dr. Kimberly A. Skylstad ‘91. Dr. Skylstad, who died just over a year ago at age 54, is remembered as a caring mentor and dependable colleague with a deep commitment to students and to medically underserved communities
December 19, 2022
The four international students exchanged knowing glances and nervous laughter when asked what it was like as Fall 2020 approached, when they realized they would not make it to campus. Despite their hard work, their strong applications and the personal assistance of ACPHS staff, the obstacles to getting to Albany were too big to overcome
December 17, 2022
After several years without one, ACPHS will re-open a Student Health Center next semester. The new health center will be located at two sites, including one right on campus, and be operated solely by ACPHS, rather than in collaboration with local partners, as in the past
December 12, 2022
Bianna Sallemi, in her final year in the ACPHS pharmacy doctorate program, had never competed in the Clinical Skills Competition sponsored by the American Society of Health System Pharmacists Student Society (ASHP-SSHP). She was also not sure what she wanted to do after she graduated, pondering the Hamlet-like question of all Pharm
December 12, 2022
Panther Profiles are Q&A interviews that highlight Panthers of all stripes -- students, faculty, staff, alum, board members and anyone else in the campus community.  Packy McGraw is ACPHS’ vice president of administrative operations. He started at the College 33 years ago as basketball coach and athletic director
December 9, 2022
Faculty, staff and students from Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences took center stage at the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists’ (ASHP) Midyear Clinical Meeting in Las Vegas. President Toyin Tofade was awarded the Donald E
December 6, 2022
Tomasello Riccio changed subtly when asked about Dr. Ray Chandrasekara following the ACPHS Fall 2022 Student Honors Ceremony on Dec. 1. Riccio had just received the Be The Change Award, a.k.a. the “Dr. Ray” Award, created in honor of Chandrasekara, a beloved associate professor of humanities
December 5, 2022
Dominique Pepe couldn’t get enough of ACPHS. So, she came back after 10 years away. Pepe, an Amsterdam, N.Y. native, received her Bachelor's in Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2012 from ACPHS.  Now, she’s working on her doctorate.  She grew up in a close-knit family that owned and operated a bakery for more than 100 years
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Kristin Marshall
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Email: kristin.marshall@acphs.edu