Community Outreach

Homeschool Students Learn About Pharmacy Profession

January 31, 2023

Double alumnus organizes tour and activities for her children and friends.

School of Pharmacy Welcomes “Girls in STEM” Group

December 7, 2022

Baltimore students introduced to pharmacy and physician assistant professions during tour and simulation activities.

PATIENTS Day Spotlights Community’s Important Role in Research

August 31, 2022

Annual event in West Baltimore featured discussions and health fair.

The PATIENTS Program Hosts First-Ever Community Research Jam

October 7, 2020

Inaugural event helps amplify the community’s voice and demonstrates the value of early engagement in research.

SOP Joins Community Initiative to Advance Health Care in West Baltimore

February 26, 2019

Pharmacists in the School’s e-Health Center will leverage state-of-the-art telehealth technologies to provide in-home, comprehensive medication reviews to patients.

Pharmaceutical Sciences Takes Center Stage for University’s CURE Scholars

July 28, 2017

Local middle school students gain hands-on experience conducting fun-filled science experiments under supervision of faculty at the School of Pharmacy.

Student Pharmacists Participate in National Vote & Vax Initiative

November 22, 2016

More than 100 individuals received their seasonal flu vaccine while visiting the polling site at the Universities at Shady Grove.

PATIENTS Day Celebrates University’s Efforts to Engage Patients in Research

June 3, 2016

Day-long learning session and health fair educated members of the local community about ongoing projects in the field of patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR).

Student Pharmacists Host Public Health Campaign to Kick Off American Heart Month

February 3, 2016

Week of fun-filled activities will help educate the public about the “ABCs” of heart disease and stroke prevention.

SOP’s Eddington Attends Grand Reopening Ceremony for Local Pharmacy

October 23, 2015

Rite Aid pharmacy devastated by riots celebrated its grand reopening in a special event attended by School of Pharmacy Dean Natalie Eddington and city and community leaders.

Student Pharmacists Participate in City-Wide Homeless Outreach Initiative

October 1, 2015

Project Homeless Connect helped more than 2,000 individuals experiencing homelessness in Baltimore receive an array of health care and social services.

A Bridge to Excellence

March 9, 2015

Margaret Hayes, MS, leads the A Bridge to Academic Excellence mentoring program, a community service program between the School of Pharmacy and UMB’s six other schools.