Small graduated from the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy in 1976 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy and in 1998 with a Master of Science Degree in Pharmacy Administration.
Alumnus Megan (Marra) Peterson is working in what the media calls the "epicenter of the nation’s opioid epidemic," yet her positivity still shines through. "It’s a long road that we have ahead of us, but I feel like I’m making a difference,” says Peterson. Read about how Peterson is bringing Naloxone training to Cabell County, WV, in this recent article from ASHP.org.
This summer, the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy paid tribute to its outstanding alumni, preceptors and friends of the School during the annual alumni reunion dinner. The awards acknowledge outstanding professional achievements, as well as commitment and service to the School and the pharmacy profession.
Multiple WVU School of Pharmacy faculty presented at the Annual AACP Meeting in Chicago, IL, held July 13-17. The AACP Annual Meeting is the largest gathering of academic pharmacy administrators, faculty and staff. Each year the event offers more than 100 educational programs across all disciplines. It is an opportunity to explore the role of pharmacy and pharmacy education in today’s challenging healthcare landscape.