The Pharmacy Summer Program (PSP) is a five-day summer program for rising high school juniors and seniors interested in learning more about pharmacy careers and the UW-Madison Doctor of Pharmacy Program. The Pharmacy Summer Program targets rising high school sophmores, juniors, and seniors from traditionally underrepresented groups in the health science fields. Students who identify as African-American/Black, Native American/American Indian, Latino/a, Laotian, Vietnamese, Hmong, Cambodian are especially encouraged to apply.
Pharmacy Summer Program activities may include:
- Compounding lab demonstrations and activities (preparing personalized medications)
- Pharmacotherapy lab activities (treatment of disease/illness with medications)
- Tour different types of pharmacies
- Faculty and current student panels
- School of Pharmacy research opportunities
- Informational session on pharmacy school admissions