04 APRIL 2013 E-NEWSLETTER OF THE NATIONALLY RANKED UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO COLLEGE OF PHARMACY AND PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES RxeFILL this issue New CPPS faculty members go to class Dr. Monica HolidayGoodman, professor of Pharmacy Practice and program director of the Health Outcomes and Socioeconomic Sciences program, led new faculty members in a workshop discussing their roles as pharmacy faculty members. In this professional development workshop, new faculty members discussed the book Getting Started as a Pharmacy Faculty Member by David P. Zgarrick, PhD, a book in which Dr. HolidayGoodman is featured. Dr. Holiday-Goodman, who has been on the faculty for over 20 years, completed the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy’s Academic Leadership Fellows Program in 2010-2011. Students create culture of giving P.2 Travel award for grad student P.2 Meet Dr. Youssef Sari P.3 Student poster presentation P.4 Upcoming Events P.4 Dr. Megan Kaun on the grill Chillin’ and Grillin’ with SNPhA The Student National Pharmacy Association (SNPhA) hosted Chill at the Grill, a fundraising social event held at BD Mongolian in Toledo. The event featured four guest grillers who cooked on the large Mongolian grills. The event was also attended by Student Affairs associate dean Dr. Christine Hinko; Dr. Bryant-Friedrich, associate professor of Medicinal Chemistry; and Dr. Monica Holiday-Goodman, professor of Pharmacy Practice. The four guest grillers, Dr. Suzanne Nonekowski, associate professor of Medicinal Chemistry; Dr. Youssef Sari, assistant professor of Pharmacology; and Drs. Megan Kaun and Martin Ohlinger, assistant professors of Pharmacy Practice, lent their hands to prepare meals for over 50 professional and pre-professional division students who attended the event. Funds raised at the Chill at the Grill event will support SNPhA’s community outreach, including education and immunization programs. The organization hopes to expand this fundraiser next year. Hanin Dughayli, who helped to organize the event, said the purpose was to allow pre-professional students, especially those who are in the process of applying to the professional division, the opportunity to mingle with and get to know students and faculty members they may not see every day. SNPhA is an educational service association of pharmacy students who are concerned about pharmacy and healthcare related issues, and the poor minority representation in pharmacy and other health-related professions. The purpose of SNPhA is to plan, organize, coordinate and execute programs geared toward the improvement for the health, educational, and social environment of the community.