COLLEGE NEWS

  • Kim Light Retires With Legacy of Teaching, Research

    For most of his entire life until his retirement in December from the College of Pharmacy, Kim Light, 66, Ph.D., has been steeped in pharmacy. Some may think it’s remarkable he never became a pharmacist himself, but maybe the windows had something to do with it. “I grew up in my dad’s drug store,” Light…

  • Pharmacy Conference Keeps Pharmacists Up to Date

    On a Sunday morning in a UAMS auditorium, John Kirtley, Pharm.D., engaged his audience in a brief call-and-response dialogue. “How many hydrocodone pills were dispensed in Arkansas last year?” Kirtley asked. Scattered voices called out guesses. Kirtley told them the total: It was 108 million, and another 49 million oxycodone pills also were dispensed in…

  • ‘Glass Class’ in Helena Has Offered CE Opportunity for More than a Decade

    Each year for the last 11 years, pharmacists have gathered on an autumn weekend in Helena to learn something new about their profession as part of a Continuing Education class. For Becky Hall, Ed.D., the class stirs memories of her father, Gerald Glass, Pharm.D. For more than 50 years in nearby Marvel, Glass ran a…

  • UAMS Northwest Regional Campus Marks 10 Years of Academic Medicine

    UAMS Northwest Regional Campus Marks 10 Years of Academic Medicine Nov. 17, 2017 | Celebrating 10 years as northwest Arkansas’ home to academic medicine, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) Northwest Regional Campus hosted community leaders, friends, faculty and staff today for a timeline unveiling and open house. “We are happy to host the…