Linda Lane’s Great-Aunt Gallie, a teacher in the segregated public schools of the South, couldn’t have imagined that someday her grandniece would work to close the achievement gap between African American and white students in Pittsburgh Public Schools.Read more
Tim Sullivan, PH’10, wants to do more than fill his patients’ prescriptions. He wants to save their lives — and reduce their health care costs in the process.
That may seem a bold vision for someone who just earned his doctor of pharmacy in spring 2010. Fellow Drake pharmacy grad, Patty Kumbera, PH’88 — co-founder and chief operating officer of Outcomes Pharmaceutical Health Care, Sullivan’s employer — says it’s precisely what pharmacists are trained to doRead more
The Bulldogs men’s and women’s soccer teams showed skill and determination this year, both making conference tournament showings, despite relatively young rosters. The men’s program followed their most successful year ever (2008-09) with nine new starters. They finished the season with a .500 record, losing to Bradley 1-0 in quarterfinal play of the Missouri Valley […]Read more