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Summer Academic and Honors Institute

ONU’s Summer Academic and Honors Institute helps high school students find their path.

Lesson in Leadership

Pharmacy students meet with the CEO of the nation’s largest pharmacy health care company.

It's Personal

A pharmacy student’s CVS internship ignites her drive to help others.

Pharmacy News

Larry J. Merlo, president and chief executive officer of CVS Health [NYSE: CVS], delivered the Sebok Pharmacy Lecture at Ohio Northern on Feb. 16. “As change accelerates in health care, pharmacy can drive important solutions in the areas of cost, quality and access,” Merlo said during his remarks... more
John and Tabitha Coler of Philo, Ohio, have made a lead gift to establish The Shrivers Pharmacies and Coler LTC Endowed Scholarship Fund at Ohio Northern University. The endowment will support scholarships for Ohio Northern students majoring in pharmacy and related allied health sciences as well as... more
Ohio Northern University faculty members Boyd Rorabaugh, Ph.D., and Phillip Zoladz, Ph.D., have received a grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study the impact of chronic psychological stress on the heart. Their work has implications for patients who have heart attacks while... more
Program Creates Heartfelt Strategies to Reduce Unnecessary Medicinal Use Among People With Dementia With 47.5 million people around the world suffering from dementia, and another 7.7 million new cases diagnosed every year, nearly everyone has been touched by its symptoms in some form. Because of... more
The Ohio Northern University Raabe College of Pharmacy recently conducted its annual Professional Commitment Ceremony in the ONU Sports Center. Dr. Chet Kaczor, Ohio Pharmacists Association president elect and director of pharmacy services at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, was the keynote speaker... more
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