UH COLLEGE OF PHARMACY AT TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER
Sami Zakhem, Dawn Harris, Tina Moreno, Lisa Linn, Shara Zatopek,
Keith Lewis, and Carole Sessions. Photo by Winston Lee.
KAPPA EPSILON. Rose Mitchon, Leslie Homes, Laura Shull, Melissa Peters,
Clarissa Cantu, Mindy Mullery, Janet Sheehan, Karyn Langfod, Terry Valdez,
Sandie Hoopes, Debra Gorton, Deborah Kabli, Veronica Garcia, Heather
Cornell, Pam Simpson, Karen Jellison, Terri Griffen, Susan Goodwin, Amy
Robson, Tina Morena, Maitry Shah, Laura Abdel-Maguid, Lila Abdel-Maguid,
Neida Sifre, Renee Scott, Sylvia Sepulveda, Jodie Miller, May Woo, Shannon
Watson, Salma Kabli, Lincy Matthews, Joan Garriga, Lisa Linn, Paige Walker,
Mona Estes, Lupe DeLeon, Karen Hernandez, Stacy Fields, Laura Langley,
Barbara Edwards, and Lori LeBlanc. Photo by Thomas Nguyen.
ACADEMY OF PHARMACY. Lupe DeLeon, Stacey Wuthrich, Melissa Conner, Bernadine Meinen, Shelly Schultz, Karyn Langford, Terry Valdez, Kezia
Chellam, Bency Oommen, Nancy Kwan, Katherine Hsu, Scot Aiken, Matt
Clark, Melchor Garza, Bryan McCullough, Scott Read, Jeff Oaks, Shaji
Vanghese, George Wong, and Robert Nunan. Photo by Donatello Pitts.
Trung Nguyen a pharmacy major helps keep accurate records
by doing daily pill counts. Photo
Courtesy of Academy of Pharmacy.
Patient Counseling is one of the
duties that Kathleen White administers as a pharmacy major.
Photo Courtesy of Academy of Pharmacy.
The Academy of Students of Pharmacy is
the largest organization in
the College of Pharmacy.
With over 200 members,
the organization constantly tries to find new ways to
improve its members professional awareness.
ASP provided many activities and projects by
scheduling guest speakers
and service projects to the
ASP also helped its
members improve their
communication skills with
patients through its Patient Counseling Competition. This competition
enabled students in all
levels to experience and
practice their patient
The competition involved doing research on
a few drugs and then
counseling a patient on
how to take one of them.
It encouraged pharmacy
students to become more
interested in their role as
Students who participated in the counseling competition stressed its benefits. Pam Simpson said,
'Tm glad I participated in
the competition, it was a
good experience. It
helped me to be better at
communicating with the
Over sixty students participated in the three day
competition with the final
round consisting of the
top 10 students, which
were held a couple of
weeks later. Finalist May
Woo said, "I was glad to
make it to the final round
of competition, because
win or lose I feel it is an
of the experience I gained
from it."-Lupe DeLeon
Professor Engle helps a student
at the pharmacy lab. Photo Courtesy of Academy of Pharmacy.