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Burchiel Family Award for Graduate and Professional Students in Pharmaceutical Sciences or Biotechnology
Scott Burchiel embodied the true lobo spirit of endless curiosity, leadership and mentorship. His collective influence has shaped the College and will forever impact not only the lives of those who he worked with directly, but will also continue to shape the lives of those students supported through his family endowment. His legacy is an... Read more »
Members of the Circle of Joy realize the power of collective giving and pool their money (and time and talent) to make a meaningful impact in the lives of students. Gifts offer much-needed funds for students during their final year of advanced practice pharmacy experiences.
Gifts to the Dean’s Papiani Giving Circle enhance the educational experiences of our students by providing funds for them to attend special events, national conferences, receive research fellowships and tutoring.
Donations to the UNM College of Pharmacy Dean’s Fund allow the Dean to take advantage of opportunities and address challenges that may arise at the College. These include special programs, one-of-a-kind events, and many other services and programs that define a University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy education.
By providing scholarship opportunities, you make it possible for students to attend the College of Pharmacy who need extra support.
Dennis had a passion for music but a close second was his profession as a pharmacist. Dennis’ passion for his profession was reflected in his ongoing support of the New Mexico Poison and Drug Information Center. For him, the impact that this organization makes throughout the state was vital for the health and safety of... Read more »
NMPDIC gifts provide resources and experts to handle nearly 28,000 calls a year made by the citizens of New Mexico in a poisoning situation, which can prevent costly trips to the emergency department for overall savings to New Mexicans of more than $42 million dollars in avoidable health care costs.
The UNM/NMSU Cooperative Pharmacy Program is designed to increase the number of Pharmacy students from southern New Mexico and ultimately the number of pharmacists practicing in the area.
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