This national honorary pharmaceutical society established the Lambda Chapter at the School of Pharmacy in 1929. Charters for chapters of this organization are granted only to groups in colleges that are members in good standing of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy and fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education. Election to membership in the society is based on scholarship.
This award is given to the student in the Department of Medicinal Chemistry who has achieved the greatest distinction in the areas of scholarship, research, teaching and service.
This award is presented to the student in the Department of Pharmaceutics who has achieved the greatest distinction in the areas of scholarship, research, teaching and service.
The Lowenthal Award was created to foster research excellence in genetically based neurological disorders in the VCU School of Pharmacy and is given to a new graduate student doing research in this area.
This award was established in memory of Dr. Kamlesh Thakker’s late parents and recognizes graduate students in pharmaceutics by assisting with educational needs.
Established by Mrs. Jacqueline V. Rorrer in memory of her late husband, Charles T. Rector, and in honor of her current husband, Thomas W. Rorrer, this award is presented to the graduate student in the School of Pharmacy who best demonstrates excellence in scholarship, research, teaching and service.
This award is sponsored by the School of Pharmacy and is given to recognize demonstrated excellence in research by a student in a combined degree program.
The V.A. Yanchick Award is given to the student in the Department of Pharmacy who has achieved the greatest distinction in the areas of scholarship, research, teaching and service.
Last update: 9/21/2011
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