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. Students become eligible for consideration during the second professional year of the pharmacy program.
Lambda Chapter annually awards certificates in recognition of outstanding scholarship to students who have completed the first professional year pharmacy curriculum.
This national pharmacy leadership society established a Beta Nu Chapter at the School of Pharmacy in 2000. Charters for chapters of this organization are granted only to groups in colleges that are accredited by the American Council of Pharmaceutical Education.
Election to membership in the society is based on the demonstration of dedicated service and leadership in the advancement of pharmacy and evidence of high moral and ethical character.
This award recognizes excellence in academics.
This peer-recognition award is provided to a member of the Virginia Academy of Student Pharmacists for demonstrated contributions to the chapter.
This award recognizes high academic achievement and outstanding communication skills.
This award recognizes demonstrated academic achievement in the study of nonprescription drug therapy.
This award recognizes a demonstrated contribution to clinical research.
This award recognizes a recipient’s demonstrated interest in pursuing a career in community pharmacy.
This award recognizes a student's outstanding achievement and unselfish devotion to his or her class, the school, the university and the profession.
This award recognizes a student with demonstrated academic excellence, leadership and a service commitment to the university and greater community.
This award recognizes a student with demonstrated excellence and commitment to advocating for the profession of pharmacy.
This award recognizes high academic achievement and professional motivation.
This award recognizes an individual with demonstrated leadership qualities.
This award/scholarship is presented to a pharmacy student based upon academic excellence, leadership and/or service to the community/university and upon the recommendation of the dean’s office.
This award recognizes an individual with demonstrated qualities and abilities as a leader.
This award recognizes a student leader with demonstrated excellence in academic performance.
This award recognizes an individual with the ability to apply clinical knowledge into practical patient care.
This award recognizes an individual with demonstrated effectiveness in pharmacist/patient communication.
This award recognizes the ideals of professionalism and excellence in patient care in all aspects of the recipient’s academic pharmacy career. The recipient must have demonstrated exceptional service and commitment to the profession through involvement in professional organizations and other extracurricular learning opportunities.
This award recognizes excellence in research by a student completing a dual degree.
This award recognizes a P-4 student who has a demonstrated commitment to social justice throughout his or her academic pharmacy career with demonstrated leadership and accomplishments in addressing social justice issues through the profession of pharmacy.
This award recognizes an individual with demonstrated excellence in the application of technology to enhance the profession.
This award recognizes an individual with demonstrated leadership experience and interest in health-system pharmacy practice.
Last update: 9/20/2011
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