School of Pharmacy

In the News

Dr. McKenzie Shenk

Professor Helping Lead Central Nervous System Network

Dr. McKenzie Shenk, assistant professor of pharmacy practice at Cedarville University, has been elected chair-elect of the Central Nervous System Practice and Research Network.
Pharmacist takes blood pressure of a patient

NAPLEX Pass Rate Exceeds National and State Averages

Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy class of 2020 currently has a first-time pass rate of 92.5% on the North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination (NAPLEX).

Pharmacy Students Help with Contact Tracing

Students will collaborate with help notify and provide medical insight to those who have been in close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
Pharmacist vaccinating a patient with little girl looking on

Pharmacists & COVID-19: Faculty to Help Lead Virtual Symposium

This year’s conference will discuss how pharmacists are serving more and more in primary care provider roles.
Current Cedarville University Pharmacy students Gloria Aboagye (left) and Abena Mpere (right) celebrate receiving their White Coats in 2019

First-Year Pharmacy Students Receiving White Coats

Cedarville will celebrate 42 new professional pharmacy students on September 12 at 10:30 a.m.
Center for Pharmacy Innovation

Upgrades Increase Pharmacy Telehealth Capacity

The Center for Pharmacy Innovation is sporting a new look and new technology.
Dr. Rocco Rotello working in a lab

All-Natural Energy Drink Contributes to Lung Function

For the past several months, Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy Center for Pharmacy Innovation (CPI) has been conducting research for CAHV Holdings, a startup wellness company in West Chester, Ohio.
Dr. Zach Jenkins

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Informed in the COVID-19 Storm

Dr. Zach Jenkins, associate professor of pharmacy practice, has become a calming voice of accurate information for people across the country.

Caring Well. Staying Well. Operating Plan

The 26-page comprehensive guide outlines Cedarville’s strategies and protocols for living, learning, and working in community during this academic year.

Pharmacy Professor Named Preceptor of the Year

This is the first year for this honor at Miami Valley Hospital.

Pharmacy Residency at Rocking Horse Accredited

The Rocking Horse program began in the summer of 2018 with its first postgraduate resident.
Social work student talking with a client

New Association for Christian Human Services and Healthcare Workers

Organization to offer support and biblical guidance on current issues.