2018 EVENTS

 

June 8 - Qualifying Exam Panel

On Friday, June 8th, the AAPS Student Chapter organized a Qualifying Exam Panel Discussion. Dr. Feola, DGS of the Pharmaceutical Sciences Graduate Program, gave an overview of the rules and procedures as well as some tips for the preparation. Afterwards, Post-Qual Students from all 5 tracks answered questions of Pre-Qual Students.

Thank you to Taylor Lundi (MBCC), Brooke Johnson (MBCC), Kanika Sarpal (PCE), Julia Schulz (PET), David Henson (CET) and Pratik Doshi (POP) for the participation!

 

June 1 - AAPS Student MEmber Spotlight

Ashley was highlighted in the AAPS Student Member Spotlight! Congratulations!

https://www.aapsnewsmagazine.org/aapsnewsmagazine/articles/2018/jun18/member-spotlight-jun18

 

May 29 - SciCats Ice Cream

On May 29th, our AAPS Officers teamed up with SciCATS, a organization that brings science into the elementary school classroom. During the weekly meeting,  the organizers and students made their own very delicious ice cream with ice cubes, salt and two different sized Ziploc bags.

Here is the recipe:

Materials Needed (Per Student)

  • 0.5 cup half and half
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 0.25 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 quart size ziplock bag
  • 1 gallon size ziplock bag
  • 2 cups ice
  • 2 tablespoons salt
  • spoon

Measured out all the ice cream ingredients and place them in the quart-sized bag. Rolled the ice cream in the gallon-sized bag with the ice and the salt.

 

May 23 - Camargo seminar

On Wednesday, May 23, Rachel Krasich, a Research Scientist, and Erica Forrest, HR, from Camargo Pharmaceutical Services, based in Cincinnati, Ohio, visited the college. They gave a seminar about "A Day in the Life of a Camargo Research Scientist" and a few tips about interviewing and resume building. It was a very informative, fun session.

P.S. They are hiring!

 

APRIL 21 - Expanding Your Horizons

On Saturday, April 21 Emily and Julia manned our table at Expanding Your Horizons, a STEM conference for middle school students. They did the red cabbage pH experiment, a colorful and fun science experiment. The students determined the pH of orange juice, soda, salt water, bleach and soapy water.

 

April 17 - Visiting Scientists from Eli Lily

On Tuesday, April 17th Dr. Dan Mudra and Dr. Mike Wiley visited from Eli Lilly as part of the AAPS Visiting Scientist Program. They gave a seminar titled “Find Out What You Don’t Know – A recurring lesson from years of lead generation research.” They joined students for breakfast, lunch, and a breakout discussion (pictured) focused on learning from their career experiences and discussing future directions of the pharmaceutical industry.

 

February 24 - the UK Engineering Day

Today a few of our members did a showcase at the UK Engineering Day! They demonstrated amorphous states by flash freezing flowers and fruits in liquid nitrogen as well as the function of enzymes and catalysts with elephant toothpaste! It was a blast! Thanks to all the helping hands for making it possible!