John Grabenstein, Ph.D. received an honorary degree from Chapman University during the Closing Convocation ceremony on May 17, 2019. Dr. Grabenstein is the Global Director of Medical Affairs for Merck Vaccines. He leads scientific-policy activities for a global enterprise distributing over 180 million doses of 13 vaccines annually to help reduce the burden of vaccine-preventable diseases. As a pharmacist, he has experience in over 50 counties, served on multiple committees advising three departments of the US Government, and has published over 300 articles and 11 books. Ross and Matt Duffer (’07) from Stranger Things provided the keynote address encouraging graduates to follow their hearts and reminding them that the road to success often isn’t linear. The evening celebration concluded with bursts of confetti spraying into the air and a champagne toast with University President Struppa.
From left to right: Jenna Griffin, Michelle Grace Guerrero, Danny Pham and Courtney Wong Chapman University School of Pharmacy would like to congratulate our PharmD Class of 2021 who have demonstrated their unceasing commitment to pursuing pharmacy education through unprecedented time and are starting the new chapter of their career! We have fifteen students who
Since the beginning of the pandemic until today, there have been over 3,795 reported cases of hate incidents tracked by “Stop AAPI Hate.” Similar to the support of the Black Lives Matter movement, where CUSP student organizations (CSHP, ACCP, AMCP, APhA, CHAPSA, KY, PDC, VAPSA) raised and donated $28,237 to Black Lives Matter Global Network