Over the next five years, Roosevelt University will receive a $1.3 million Student Support Services STEM grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
Roosevelt University will launch a new College of Science, Health and Pharmacy (CSHP) to meet the surging demand for health care professionals. The college consolidates Roosevelt’s established programs in science and pre-health to create a central hub of research opportunities and student support services.
Pharmacy student Shams Azzawi earned a spot in the summer internship program at the Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center. The Farmington Hills, Michigan native was chosen for the position out of a competitive applicant pool.
An effective coronavirus vaccine makes it more likely that people can gather in large numbers, the Illinois economy can reopen safely, and hospitalization rates can go down.
Roosevelt University pharmacy student Dianne Goyco won the 2020 Excellence in Public Health Pharmacy Award for her extensive community outreach work. The U.S. Public Health Service awards the recognition each year to pharmacy students who promote public health and wellness in their communities.