Research and Graduate Affairs Committee

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  1. Identify teaching methodologies, tools and opportunities that graduate programs can introduce into curriculum to lower barriers for success of today’s and tomorrow’s learners.
  2. Develop a strategy for achieving member support of the 2016-2017 recommended graduate competencies by identifying gaps in and existing examples of courses or opportunities that achieve competency-based pharmacy graduate education.
  3. Identify potential strategies to address identified barriers to pursuing graduate education, especially among under-represented student populations.
Samuel M. Poloyac (University of Pittsburgh) Chair
Kirsten F. Block (American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy) Staff Liaison
Dorothy F. Farrell (American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy) Staff Liaison
Jane E. Cavanaugh (Duquesne University) Member
Nicholas E. Hagemeier (East Tennessee State University) Member
Krishna Kumar (Howard University) Member
Russell B. Melchert (University of Missouri-Kansas City) Member
James M. O'Donnell (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York) Member
Ronny Priefer (Western New England University) Member
Daniel R. Touchette (University of Illinois at Chicago) Member