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Manchester College Receives $35 Million Grant From Lilly Endowment for School of Pharmacy
Date:12/20/2010

265 students in an intensive four-year Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) program. Regional hospitals, health care facilities and practitioners will provide a rich array of experiential sites and employment opportunities," she added.

The School of Pharmacy also has the endorsement of regional hospital, economic development, governmental and higher education leaders who see substantial opportunities to improve health care in Northeast Indiana. "School of Pharmacy faculty and students will be valued citizens of this region, where they will live, shop and volunteer," Switzer said.

The Lilly Endowment grant will significantly assist with startup costs, especially facility and laboratory needs as well as curricular enhancements. It will enable the school to develop the following strengths:

  • A well-equipped, state-of-the-art Fort Wayne facility.
  • A curriculum that educates skilled pharmacists with a commitment to be responsible members of their communities.
  • An outstanding faculty to partner with a strong pharmacy and academic community in the region.
  • Students, faculty and administrators who embrace the distinctive mission of Manchester College.

Perfectly timed in the early stages of the School of Pharmacy launch, the Lilly Endowment grant will enable Manchester College to exceed expectations with enhanced curriculum, specialized experiential sites, state-of-the art educational and research facilities, and institutional capacity, said Philip J. Medon, vice president and founding dean.

Recruiting and hiring are under way for faculty in pharmacy practice, pharmaceutics, medicinal chemistry, pharmacology, pharmacy administration and biomedical science, said Medon, who led the highly successful startup of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville's School of Pharmacy.

"Pharmacists practicing in patient-care environments will comprise the majority of the faculty," Medon
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