Presbyterian College of South Carolina has named Richard Stull as the dean for its pharmacy school that is slated to open in 2010.
Richard Stull, Pharm.D., has been named dean of the Presbyterian College school of pharmacy in South Carolina. The new pharmacy school is expected to have approximately 300 students and is scheduled to open in 2010. Stull is currently dean of the pharmacy school and assistant provost for graduate studies at the University of Charleston in Charleston, W. Va. Stull holds a B.S. in the biological sciences and an M.S. and Ph.D. in pharmacology. The exact location of the pharmacy school is expected to be announced later this summer. “We will seek students who are interested in community service and will involve students in community experiences throughout the professional program,” Stull said. “Students, reflecting this commitment, will contribute to solving healthcare problems through innovation, communication, and dedication to improving the community as a whole. Our intent is to provide community service through leadership in addressing the healthcare needs of an increasingly diverse patient population.”
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