Together, we can help the School of Pharmacy improve life for all
In the University of Mississippi’s School of Pharmacy, we have cultivated outstanding, supportive academic and clinical programs where students can flourish and make an impact.
Today, please make a gift to the School of Pharmacy and invest in future pharmacists and researchers who will improve life for humankind. Your support will bolster scholarships, educational experiences, excellence in teaching and state-of-the-art facilities.
Among reasons our academic programs are attractive to students – and employers – are:
- Students receive a bachelor’s degree and a Doctor of Pharmacy from one of the nation’s best pharmacy schools, as U.S News and World Report ranks the program in the top 25.
- The School of Pharmacy engages students in conducting research with some of the world’s top scientists in a R-1: Doctoral University, one of the top 2.7 percent of the nation’s higher education research institutions.
- Cutting-edge pharmacy curriculum combines the School of Pharmacy’s utmost emphasis on patient-centered care with innovative, comprehensive training.
- Exceptional educational experiences will impact students’ lives and careers for years to come. Student pharmacists gain firsthand experience through competitive national and international rotations, as well as service-orientated initiatives that broaden students’ understanding of health care disparities and treatment of patients in diverse communities.
- The school’s graduate program prepares students for personal and professional success with outreach efforts that include featured speakers, writing workshops, resume building and more.
- Committed to strengthening opportunities and a supportive atmosphere, the School of Pharmacy formed a permanent Diversity and Inclusion Standing Committee. This group will promote an inclusive learning and work environment, evaluate school climate and develop proposed interventions, assess and support efforts in recruiting a diverse student population and employee workforce, and work with the Curriculum Committee to prepare students to care for a diverse population.
- Pharmacy School researchers and University of Mississippi Medical Center researchers work on the frontlines of developing a way to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Two faculty members for the University’s schools of Pharmacy and Medicine collaborate on a research team looking to develop a nasal spray that could potentially prevent infection of the virus. If successful, the treatment could be prescribed by a doctor and self-administered.
On Giving Day, we prove that the University of Mississippi family is better together. Let’s all work as one to support the School of Pharmacy. Together, WE are Ole Miss.
Please celebrate Giving Day by making a gift! Thank you!