Rho Chi members posing for a group picture

College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Newsletter

Annual Rho Chi Coffeehouse Chat

2019 | Volume 2

Student organizations play an integral role in a student's personal and professional development. Besides social interaction, these organizations provide an opportunity to develop leadership, teamwork, networking, self-management, and entrepreneurial skills.

The College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences offers a diverse selection of organizations for students to join during their studies. This past semester, these organizations carried out the mission of the University and College through the following community service, cocurricular programming, and professional growth activities.

Student Organization Highlights

Tau Omega Chi members with photo booth props

CPHS Students Apply What They’ve Learned Through Community Outreach

From hosting guest speakers to Calligraphy Night, students came together to put on several events.

Lambda Sigma Kappa members in front of projector screen

Lambda Kappa Sigma Members Honor Women in Pharmacy, Educate Children on Staying Healthy

Check out what the St. John's chapter of LKS was up to this fall.

Industry Pharmacist Organization group photo

Drug Information Association Hosts Industry Experts at Fall Events

Students had the opportunity to network and learn about what the pharmacy world is really like.

Rho Chi Academic Committee in a classroom

Rho Chi Fosters Learning Outside the Classroom

Read more about their annual Coffeehouse Chat and Academic Committee success.

AAPS Student Chapter logo

St. John’s Earns Best Chapter Award of the AAPS at PHARMSCI 360

Diversity is just one of many components that make our members stand out from the rest.

CPHS Hosts First Interprofessional Simulation Medical Competition

The competition consisted of a medical sepsis case that was simulated on a full-body simulator.

Student Society of Health-System Pharmacy (SSHP) Holds Residency and Fellowship Showcase and Workshop

Special guests included residents, preceptors, and other key personnel from various institutions in the region.