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November 3, 2014
Pharmacy College President Works with Academic, Corporate Leaders to Broaden Curriculum Albany Business Review November 3, 2014 Greg Dewey, president of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, is working with corporate, academic and nonprofit leaders in the life sciences field to build a foundation for partnerships between the college and the corporate world
October 14, 2014
President Dewey Interview with WAMC Radio's Brian Shields WAMC-FM 90.3 October 14, 2014 On the eve of his inauguration, President Dewey talks with WAMC Senior Correspondent Brian Shields about his first 100 days in office, newer programs at the College, and the changing role of the pharmacist
October 13, 2014
New President Outlines Plan for College WNYT-TV (Video) October 13, 2014 Three months after joining the College, President Dewey sits down with news anchor Sabrina Dhammi to discuss his initial impressions of the area, future plans for the College, and the school's upcoming symposium on the future of health sciences
September 30, 2014
Albany College of Pharmacy's new chief energetic Times Union September 29, 2014 Greg Dewey is competitive. In his long-standing academic career, he's held leadership positions at four institutions of higher education and worked his way through the ranks, finally settling at the Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences as the school's new president
September 22, 2014
In anticipation of his October 15, 2014 inauguration as the ninth president of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, ACPHS president Gregory Dewey sat down for a one hour interview with WAMC Radio's Alan Chartock. Dr. Dewey discusses a variety of topics including how the ongoing changes in health care will impact education
July 31, 2014
Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences president outlines priorities Albany Business Review July 30, 2014 Gregory Dewey, new president at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, will add academic programs or expand existing health sciences programs to attract more students in non-pharmacy programs
June 17, 2014
Bringing STEM Education to Underserved Communities U.S. News & World Report May 29, 2014 In California’s San Francisco Bay Area, a nonprofit foundation has raised the bar for local students, with impressive results. In the nearby Central Valley, a like-minded program introduces children to art, along with a healthy dose of “soft skills” like creativity, relationship-building and teamwork
May 20, 2014
Heroin Addiction and Overdose "Health Link" WMHT-TV (Albany, NY) March 6, 2014 Assistant Professor Lauren Purington was a guest on the television program "Health Link." The episode focused on various aspects of opioid addiction. Dr. Purington discussd recent research that shows drug use can fundamentally change the structure of the brain, making an individual more susceptible to relapse and cravings
May 15, 2014
In this hour long interview, WAMC Radio’s Alan Chartock sits down with ACPHS President James Gozzo to discuss a variety of topics including: Dr. Gozzo’s 16 years as president of ACPHS, the state of higher education, and the future of medicine. Click
May 7, 2014
School partnerships assisting with STEM education WNYT-TV, Ch. 13 May 6, 2014 We continue to hear that high tech jobs that require an education in science, technology, engineering and math are coming to the Capital Region. However, we are also hearing that there is a concern that we won’t have an educated workforce to take those jobs
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