Here are the latest news and stories about international experiences through the College.
When P3 student Nicole Savant first enrolled in St. Louis College of Pharmacy’s international service learning course bound for Poland, she couldn’t imagine the lasting impact the trip would have on her.
John A. Pieper, Pharm.D., FCCP, FAPhA, president of St. Louis College of Pharmacy, was recently awarded fellowship in the International Pharmaceutical Federation.
P3 student Carrie Reilly shares her firsthand experience working with Habitat for Humanity in Guatemala and Romania as part of the College’s international service learning course.
Each year at St. Louis College of Pharmacy, advanced pharmacy practice experiences give students hands-on learning opportunities in a variety of practice settings locally and around the world.
As part of a memorandum agreement between St. Louis College of Pharmacy and Trinity College Dublin, Melanie VanDyke, Ph.D., assistant professor of psychology, was selected as the College’s first visiting scholar to travel to Ireland.
Four students share their perspectives on what it’s like to be a visiting student halfway across the world.
Carol Hotze Hermann, B.S. ’91, is proof that one person can make a difference. Through her participation in medical mission trips, she is making an international impact as part of a collaborative, interprofessional health care team.
As a P3 student, Dena Badran was offered the opportunity to return to the place she once called home through an internship with Hikma Pharmaceuticals PLC in Amman, Jordan.
P2 student Mathew Koebel recently traveled to Portugal along with six other St. Louis College of Pharmacy students to serve others in need through Habitat for Humanity.
A five-hour drive to Chicago, a 3,657-mile flight to Dublin and a four-week research project provided a once-in-a-lifetime rotation experience for Daniel “Bubba” Britt ’17 and Mara Hofherr ’17.
The College was one of 18 schools awarded the 2016 Capacity Building Grant to expand study abroad opportunities for students and APPE rotation sites.
The partnership between St. Louis College of Pharmacy and Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in South Africa carves a new path for pharmacy technicians in Southern Africa.