Zack McCormack

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How has Purdue College of Pharmacy giving impacted your education and enhanced your experience as a student?

As I progress through Purdue, I develop a greater appreciation for all the support that students receive. On a daily basis, professors take time out of their schedules to assist students on a variety of topics, fostering a sense of community within the college. This semester, I was fortunate enough to have been able to present research at the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacist’s national meeting in Tampa, Florida. Such an experience would not have been possible without the support from Purdue faculty, but is by no means limited to this. The dedication to the student base applies just as much to the alumni and other contributors that have provided invaluable financial support. While a terrific program, Purdue Pharmacy, like any other professional endeavor, is a large financial commitment. Having monetary assistance has made a significant impact in paying tuition and has been a means of enabling me to make the most of my time while at Purdue. I am truly grateful to those who have contributed to offsetting my financial costs and hope to return the favor to future generations.

More About Zack

Zack McCormack is a 2nd Professional Year PharmD student from Avon, Indiana, who has taken on a number of leadership roles both inside and outside the College of Pharmacy. During his time at Purdue, he has held leadership positions and been involved in organizations such as Phi Lambda Sigma, Purdue Industrial Pharmacist Organization, Purdue College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists, College Mentor for Kids, and notably Purdue’s chapter of Habitat for Humanity where he served as Vice President and established the club’s first international mission trip. Zack will be interning with the United States Pharmacopeia in Washington, D.C. this summer and is planning to pursue a career within the pharmaceutical industry.

(Student information and testimonial obtained in Spring 2015)


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