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Houstonian 1991 - Academics. 1991. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 2, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19959/show/19742.

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(1991). Houstonian 1991 - Academics. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19959/show/19742

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Title Houstonian 1991
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Date 1991
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Transcript Eye Education UH hosts convention History was made, as the College of Optometry hosted the "First World Conference on Optometric Education," with 45 countries attending. ''The conference is designed to help raise the standards in the development of optometric education in all countries," said conference coordinator William Baldwin. Baldwin said he was not surprised that UH was cho sen as the host for this international event. "Our college has been active in international affairs for some time now," he said. "Our program is probably the most active in the coun- try." Groups reviewed curricu- 1 u m agendas and explored new methods of clinical education, said Cydney Codding, school spokesperson. Optometry Otudents waited in line to visit the 'T'his students reads the College of ^various aspects of Optometry ■"■ Optometry's admission Day.Photo by Tony Bullard and courtesy of Media Relations. requirements.Photo by Tony Bullard and courtesy of Media Relations. Merton Flom Dean-College of Optometry 92 ^ Academics Grant Given Prisons need pharmacists In a first-of-its-kind move to provide medical services for Texas' prison population, the state authorized a grant of more than $700,000 to the College of Pharmacy for their help in selecting sorely-needed pharmacists. William McCormick, dean of the College of Pharmacy, said the state employed only 11 pharmacists to serve about 48,000 inmates. He said the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) predicted that in 1995 the number of inmates will swell to 75,000. "The quality of health care provided to the pris- An outstanding pharmacy students earns recognition with the presentation of her award. Photo by Steve Harvey. on population should be equivalent to the quality of health care provided to the average Texan," he said. The grant awarded by the TDCJ was for $724,496. In addition to searching the country for qualified pharamists, pharmacy college faculty would upgrade inventory control while raising salaries. McCormick said as the prison population grows, the number ol pharamists will increase. "Just because you take away their rights doesn't mean you take away their health care," he said.-S. Crosby King The students in a pharmacy class anxiously await the arrival of their proiessor.Photo by Steve Harvey. 1 ■ ^1 1 "& '' ^m ^ 4 UK 1 ■■ Mustafa Lokhandwala Dean-College of Pharmacy Colleges iv 93