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University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy

Welcome to the University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy! Our Doctor of Pharmacy program is nationally accredited and our graduates' first-time pass rate for 2014 is 100 percent on the NAPLEX. Classes of 52 students assure each student maximum individual attention within our PharmD program. In addition, we now offer an online Master of Science degree in Health Services Administration.

The University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy community is committed to supporting and promoting individual and collective excellence in teaching, research, service and pharmacy practice. We value responsibility, compassion, respect, and integrity in all endeavors.

Updates from the School of Pharmacy

The News Capsule

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New School of Pharmacy Dean Announced

Linda Gore MartinKem Krueger has been appointed as the new Dean of the School of Pharmacy. His appointment was the result of a comprehensive national search, and coincides with the 70th Anniversary of the UW School of Pharmacy (UWSOP). Krueger obtained his Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 1993 and completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency at the VA Medical Center - Kansas City. He earned a PhD from the University of Arizona with an emphasis in pharmacoeconomics in 1999. He and his wife Janelle were on faculty at the Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy for seven years prior to joining the UWSOP in 2005. He has served in various Associate Dean positions at the UWSOP over the past five years.

During his 17 years in academia he has received numerous teaching and research awards and has obtained over $2,000,000 in research funding. He has been elected to offices in multiple national and state pharmacy organizations and has served on numerous state and national advisory boards. In his Associate Dean roles he has been involved in the development and implementation of an online Master of Science in Health Services Administration, facilitation of a new strategic planning process, the creation of a new UWSOP assessment program, and establishing the Wyoming Practice-Based Research Network. Krueger will begin as dean on July 1, 2016.

New Online MS Degree

Beginning in Fall 2016, the School of Pharmacy is offering a master of science online degree in health services administration. The master program targets new and mid-career pharmacists and other health care professionals who want to become department directors, patient safety coordinators and/or directors, regulatory compliance officers, clinical research associates, health outcomes researchers or advance practice pharmacists.

Read more about the program here.


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UW Cuts Ribbon on Pharmacy Research Laboratory

March 3, 2016 — University of Wyoming President Dick McGinity and College of Health Sciences Dean Joe Steiner cut the ribbon on the new L.S. Skaggs Research Laboratory today (Thursday).

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Online M.S. Degree

The School of Pharmacy offers a master of science degree in health services administration. This degree is for those who would like to become a department director, patient safety coordinator or director, regulatory compliance officer, clinical research associate, health outcomes researcher or advance practice pharmacist.

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Future Pharmacist 2014

Megan Saunders
UW’s Megan Saunders was named as a finalist for Future Pharmacist 2014

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