Alumni & Friends

We are proud to say that UW-Madison School of Pharmacy graduates are changing the world for the better every day. They’re improving lives, taking intellectual risks and changing what we know about science, medicine and care. And, with the help of the School of Pharmacy Alumni Association, they’re staying connected to a network of fellow alumni that stretches across the country and around the globe.

Together, our graduates continue to support their shared values, celebrate their shared experiences and ensure the School of Pharmacy remains a top-ranked leader in pharmacy education and research for another 130 years.

Pharmacy alums pose with Bucky at a Reunion Weekend event.

Stay In Touch

Established in 1957, the Pharmacy Alumni Association helps graduates keep their connection to School of Pharmacy faculty, research, and alumni alive. There are many opportunities to engage with students. We welcome updates on your post-grad pursuits.

Connie Kraus (left) chats with a preceptor at the annual clinical meeting.

Become a Preceptor

Do your part to shape the future of pharmacy. Preceptors play an invaluable role in Rennebohm Hall, providing current students with the clinical instruction, personal attention and advice they need to launch successful careers. Becoming a preceptor is a great way to deepen your relationship with the School of Pharmacy and give back. Apply to volunteer

A discussion panelist listens with interest as panel attendees debate the particulars of a case study.

Professional Development & Continuing Education

The nation’s largest and most respected academic provider of pharmacy continuing education and professional development, the Division of Pharmacy Professional Development keeps pharmaceutical professionals ahead of the curve with skill-building online courses, conferences and licensing credits. Explore our courses


News


March 7, 2017

Students experience government through Legislative Day

More than 100 School of Pharmacy students embraced the opportunity to attend the annual Legislative Day hosted by the Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin.… Read More

 

March 3, 2017

Breslow is lead instructor for annual Hawaii CE program

Bob Breslow, associate professor (CHS) in the Pharmacy Practice Division, was among the lead instructors at the 2017 Hawaii Continuing Education (CE) study and travel program.… Read More

 

March 3, 2017

Knobloch is recipient of APIC Graduate Student Award

Mary Jo Knobloch, a PhD candidate working under the guidance of Betty Chewning, Professor in the Social and Administrative Sciences Division is the recipient of the The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) Graduate Student Award (AGSA).… Read More

 
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Alumni Events


March 25

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Wisconsin Alumni Reception at APhA

Join alumni, colleagues, and friends at the Wisconsin Alumni & Friends Reception at the APhA 2017 Annual Meeting in San Francisco!… Read More

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