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Pharmacy faculty share expertise at national conference

Faculty members in the NDSU School of Pharmacy joined colleagues from across the country and shared their expertise in pharmacy education at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy annual meeting in Grapevine, Texas, July 23-27.


AACP admissions workshop to address trends in pharmacy school admissions.


• Lisa M. Richter, NDSU director of experiential outreach and assessment/associate professor of practice

• Jeanne E. Frenzel, NDSU professor of pharmacy practice

Podium presentations

“Going (Almost) Gradeless: How Removing Grades Can Deepen Student Learning Experiences”

• Frenzel

“All for One and One for All: Upscaling and Individualizing Preceptor Development”

• Richter

• Frenzel

“Striking the Balance Between Student Boredom and Breakdown:  Optimizing Performance-Based Activities and Assessment

• Frenzel

• Andrea L. Porter, associate professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison

• Kali M. VanLangen, professor of pharmacy practice, Ferris State University

“Walking the Tightrope: Assessing Efficiency and Effectiveness of Skills-based Assessments”

• Frenzel

• Julie B. Cooper, associate professor of clinical sciences, High Point University

• Tara D. Storjohann, professor of pharmacy practice at Midwestern University-Glendale Campus, Midwestern University

• Courtney L. Bradley, assistant professor of clinical sciences, High Point University

• Heidi N. Anksorus, assistant professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Square Pegs in Round Holes: Overcoming Barriers to Promotion and Tenure for Experiential Education Faculty”

• Richter

• Kate Newman, director of experiential education and clinical associate professor, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

• Jennifer Danielson, assistant dean and associate professor, University of Washington

• Lisa M. Meny, professor and accreditation and assessment coordinator, Ferris State University

“Let's Give Them Something to Talk About: Adding Relevance into the Required Student Journal Club”

• Elizabeth M. Monson, NDSU assistant professor of pharmacy practice

“A Slam Dunk: Engaging Students in the Classroom Through a March Medication Madness Activity”

• Allison Hursman, NDSU assistant professor of practice

• Elizabeth M. Monson, NDSU assistant professor of pharmacy practice

Research and education posters 

“Use of Student Created Podcasts to Promote Collaborative Learning and Teamwork”

• Frenzel

• Taylor Bengston, PharmD student

“March Medication Madness: Assessing Bracketology’s Impact on Pharmacy Student Learning

• Hursman

• Monson

• Richter

• Frenzel

“Non-sterile Compounding Costs Survey of US Schools and Colleges of Pharmacy”

• Rajesh Vadlapatla, Marshall B. Ketchum University College of Pharmacy, Fullerton, California

• Frenzel

• Alexis N Crawford, Northeast Ohio Medical University, College of Pharmacy, Rootstown, Ohio

• Kyle Duale, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, Ohio

• Liz Fredrickson, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, Ohio

Round table

“ ‘Ungrading’ – Highlighting the Importance of Feedback and Learning as a Means of Assessment”

• Hursman

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