St. John's College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences created this newsletter to provide brief updates on the achievements of our students and faculty.
"The spirit of service that permeates every aspect of our lives here at the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (CPHS) never ceases to impress me. This year alone, nearly 1,600 members of underrepresented and underserved communities in New York City and Long Island benefited from our various community health initiatives. This was made possible by the more than 600 faculty and students who collectively volunteered more than 15,000 person-hours to these programs. The spirit of St. Vincent is alive and well!"
Russell J. DiGate, Ph.D.
Dean, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
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Volume II (PDF)
"The first half of the academic year is always an exciting time as we celebrate White Coat ceremonies for our pharmacy, radiological sciences, and physician assistant students. What a wonderful milestone!"
Volume I (PDF)
"We have brought to a close another semester of academic excellence and dedication to service at the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. As you will read in these pages, our faculty continue to deliver exceptional scholarship, presenting at national and international conferences, contributing to prestigious journals, and earning editorships of leading scientific publications."
Spring/Summer 2017 (PDF)
"All of us at the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences – faculty, administrators, and staff—focus intently on our students. After all, they are our future. As you'll read in this issue, our efforts are well rewarded. Our student researchers continue to receive accolades, and our student organizations demonstrate their commitment to service in creative and meaningful ways."
Winter 2017 (PDF)
"The University's dedication to the Vincentian mission is what drew me to accept the position of Dean of the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, and every year I grow more impressed with the selfless efforts of our students, alumni, faculty, administrators, and staff."
Fall 2015 (PDF)
"During the fall semester our student organizations flourished, students and faculty received recognition for academic and professional achievements, faculty research collaborations broadened, and professional practice partnerships expanded."
Spring 2015 (PDF)
"Congratulations to the graduating students of 2015. Please remember that whether you're down the road or across the world, we would like you to visit whenever and as often as you can. Please stay connected because we look forward to hearing about your personal and professional accomplishments!"
Fall 2014 (PDF)
"Let me begin by wishing you avery Happy New Year. St. John'semphasis on Vincentian,metropolitan, and globalissues makes us unique amonguniversities, as well as healthsciences programs. Studentsenroll in our programs becausewe emphasize the issues of urbanhealthcare, cultural competence,and underserved populations."