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  • Zoom Into Online Teaching: A free, live demo of a valuable teaching resource for educators

    Are you suddenly teaching (or contemplating teaching) an online class that used to be done face to face?

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  • February 26, 2020
    School of Pharmacy

    Pharmacy student researches grandmother’s Mother of Thousands plant for medicinal properties

    Nuchi Thao, a third-year Concordia School of Pharmacy (P3) student, is studying her grandmother’s household plant—but it’s not just any houseplant. Bryophyllum Daigremontianum, known as Mother of Thousands, has been used as a natural product remedy in her Hmong culture for years. Mother of Thousands is suspected to have medicinal properties. Thao became interested in studying the plant through pharmacy and it’s led to some favorable preliminary endorsements.

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  • February 26, 2020
    School of Pharmacy

    Pharmacy student Emily Brekke accepts highly competitive U.S. Public Health Service position

    Emily Brekke won’t be done with her pharmacy training for another full year, but she already has a job offer upon graduation. Not only is she employed, Emily loves the work she does in a highly competitive government role. Emily works through the U.S. Public Health Service and provides many different health services as a pharmacist. Emily has been selected for a full-time commissioned officer position through the U.S. Public Health Service and will be moving to Arizona next year. Read more about her firsthand experience below.

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  • February 19, 2020
    Research, School of Pharmacy

    Pharmacy faculty Jordan Wulz and students work to reduce substance abuse in local communities

    While many pharmacists still serve behind counters to fill prescriptions, the overall role of pharmacists in the medical field has expanded significantly over the last few decades. One such expansion of pharmacy practice is in public health. Not only can pharmacists shape an individual’s personal experience with medications, but pharmacists can also create major positive community change.

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  • CUW Healthcare Students Place in Statewide Competition

    Students from Concordia University Wisconsin's pharmacy, physician assistant, social work, and occupational therapy programs collaborated to secure a second place finish in a statewide healthcare competition.

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  • January 17, 2020
    School of Pharmacy

    How to Prepare for a Pharmacy School Interview

    The pharmacy school interview is a critical component of the pharmacy school admission process. How do you prepare for a pharmacy school interview? It is a question every prospective student should consider. By researching more about the school and preparing yourself mentally, you will be confident and ready when the big day comes. Below you’ll find some tips and honest advice about how to prepare for your interview.

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  • December 19, 2019
    School of Pharmacy

    The Pharmacists’ Growing Involvement in Rheumatology Care

    Pharmacist involvement in patient rheumatology care is growing. This care is enhanced, in part, thanks to the advocacy and contribution from Concordia University Wisconsin’s School of Pharmacy faculty member Dr. Nick Zupec.

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  • TMJ4: Colleges take innovative measures to address mental health demands among students

    Editor's note: TMJ4 reported on colleges' growing mental health demands and how some Wisconsin schools, including Concordia, are taking innovative measures to address students' needs. The piece, by reporter Coreen Zell, originally aired Wednesday night. Click on the image below to see the full segment.

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  • December 16, 2019
    School of Pharmacy

    2020 School of Pharmacy Reading List

    As the end of the year draws near and you start making plans for 2020, take some time out of your schedule to build a reading list. Reading provides a myriad of benefits beyond just increasing your knowledge; it can also help you develop your critical thinking skills, improve your memory, and help you sleep better.

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  • The home stretch: Study tips on a time crunch

    It's the week before finals. Let's face it, we're all feeling a little stressed, especially with "losing" a week because of the late Thanksgiving holiday this year. As you take inventory of your semester and realize you have some ground to make up, some of you may be feeling a little more stressed than the next though.

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