School of Pharmacy students are busy. Between their many classes, the stress of co-op interviews and the late nights studying for midterms there’s no doubt that our students have their hands full.
Despite the crazy workload, our students are active volunteers, dedicating their time and expertise to events both in the School and out in the community. To all undergraduate and graduate student volunteers, we say thank you.
Our student ambassadors are phenomenal contributors to our continued success. Whether it’s at community events like Coldest Night of the Year, tours with local politicians, or open houses for prospective students, the positive energy and professionalism of our students is impressive. I know that your lives are busy and productive, and that makes our appreciation of your volunteer efforts even greater. Thank you.”
- Dave Edwards, Hallman Director
For National Volunteer Week 2016, we want to acknowledge the many places that our student volunteers enable our success. This year’s theme is “volunteers are the roots of strong communities.” By strengthening our ties with Kitchener-Waterloo, promoting the School, and acting as models of the profession, our students embody that theme and help us be a positive force in our community.
For all these efforts, we thank you.