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Using Pharmacy to Serve Other Cultures
Meghan Strickling shares how she used what she's learning in her pharmacy coursework to serve the Navajo and Hopi tribes in southwest Arizona.
Pharmacy as Part of Medical Missions
A professional pharmacy student shares how he was able to combine his passion for missions and his desire to be a pharmacist as part of a medical missions team in West Africa.
Romania Pharmacy Trip
Jenna Stearns shares how she used what she's learning in her pharmacy coursework to serve on the project Romania team.
Serving Through Medical Missions
A group of Cedarville University students use what they are learning in their nursing and pharmacy coursework to serve the people of the Dominican Republic.
Student Pharmacists Serving Native American Communities
Four will serve in Tuba City, Arizona over spring break.
Lives Changed by Spring Break Missions Trips
From refugees to inner-city youth, from remote villages to big cities, spring break was a time for serving others and sharing the Gospel.
Back to the Most Diverse Square Mile in America
Cedarville students return to Clarkston, Georgia to serve refugees.
Jake’s Final Thoughts From Summer In Africa
May we never cease to have faith, love Jesus, and have compassion on those around us. Jesus is worth it all- believe that.
Students Promoting Health & Preventing Diseases in Different Communities and At-Risk Populations
HopeFest Spotlights Recovery in Xenia
September 21 event will celebrate Recovery Awareness Month.
Students Help DEA with Drug Take Back Day
Pharmacy students will educate the public about medication safety during event on October 26.
Students Helping at Charitable Pharmacy in Columbus
School of Pharmacy volunteers are helping meet the healthcare needs of the underserved.
Middle Schoolers and the Dangers of Vaping
School of Pharmacy students will make presentations at schools in Madison County in November and December.