AIHP Awards 17 Student Certificates of Recognition

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AIHP is pleased to announce that it awarded AIHP Student Certificates of Recognition to 17 students during the 2020–21 academic year.

The purpose of the Student Certificate of Recognition Program is to recognize and encourage superior achievement in historical study or activities by pharmacy students. A Student Certificate of Recognition typically is awarded to the student earning the best record in a course or unit mainly devoted to pharmaceutical history, as judged by the class instructor. To accommodate schools that do not offer such a course, a Certificate of Recognition may also be awarded to a student who best carries out some other type of historical activity (e.g., historical essay, collecting or curating pharmacy artifacts, organizing historical tours or activities, etc.).

Certificates are awarded upon the recommendation of, and nomination by, faculty members.

Congratulations to the following recipients of Certificates of Recognition in 2020–21:

  • Karla Arreaga (Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy at Palm Beach Atlantic University)
  • Jennah Badger (Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences)
  • Hameed Bello (Western New England University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences)
  • Fatema Bodalbhai (Texas A&M Rangel College of Pharmacy)
  • Hayoung Chang (Northeastern University School of Pharmacy)
  • Zoey C. Cook (Findlay University College of Pharmacy)
  • Ryan Gildow (Findlay University College of Pharmacy)
  • George N. Kiriakou (The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy)
  • Raisa Nishat (Binghamton University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences)
  • Kyle Piqueira (Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences)
  • Shahristan Rashid (Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy)
  • Gabby Salerno (Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences)
  • Noella Sama (University of Maryland Eastern Shore School of Pharmacy)
  • Hunter Smith (LECOM School of Pharmacy)
  • Paden Smith (Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy)
  • Hung Tran (California Health Sciences University)
  • Andrew Whitley (MCPHS University)
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