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Year in Review

St. John's College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences creates a Year in Review publication highlighting the achievements of faculty, alumni, and students throughout the year.

2016 - 2017

"Whether giving of their time to serve as mentors or supporting our various fundraising efforts, the College's alumni continually create opportunities for our students. Without their dedication and commitment, we would not be so successful in preparing so many competent healthcare professionals. It's for this reason that this Year in Review celebrates our wonderful alumni."

Russell J. DiGate, Ph.D.
Dean, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

2015 - 2016

“During this past academic year we also advanced several other strategic plan goals, such as providing specialized study help for students to ensure their academic success, developing an interprofessional education program for our pharmacy and physician assistant students, and strengthening our ties with alumni.”

Russell J. DiGate, Ph.D.
Dean, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

2014 - 2015

"As the year progressed, we identified the critical issues before us and developed a plan of action to address them. This fall, we will adopt and begin to implement this strategic plan, always focused on aligning our efforts with the University’s mission."

Russell J. DiGate, Ph.D.
Dean, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

2013 - 2014

"It is essential that the College continues to build on its strengths and, as a result, this coming academic year we will begin the process of creating a three-to-five-year strategic plan. Central to that plan will be identifying new ways in which our programs can align more closely with the University’s Vincentian mission. Working together with our industry partners, donors, and alumni, we are sure to achieve this goal."

Russell J. DiGate, Ph.D.
Dean, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

2012-2013

"As you’ve undoubtedly noticed, during this past academic year we became the College of Pharmacy and Health
Sciences. This change was prompted by our desire to highlight both our academic and research traditions. Rest assured, however, that the student-focused philosophy that fosters lifelong learning and our emphasis on excellence remain at the heart of all we do."

S. William Zito ’66P, Ph.D.
Acting Dean and Professor