1. Actively participate in all board meetings (in person or via Zoom) and be knowledgeable about College issues, successes, opportunities, and challenges through review of Interactions, and the website.  Board members serving on various college committees (curriculum, experiential training, etc.) should report to the Board at meetings.

  2. Be an independent resource for the dean, faculty, and administration of the College on issues of the day and on topics related to your specialty field.

  3. Support College events such as Homecoming, alumni receptions, commencement, fundraising events, CE programs, orientation, career nights, white coat ceremonies, etc.  Attend at least one of these events virtually or in-person, in addition to board meetings.

  4. Participate in student mentoring opportunities.

  5. Serve as an ambassador for the College to other alumni, students, prospective students, parents, faculty, staff, and donors.

  6. Assist the College in reaching its Annual Fund goals through personal philanthropy and outreach to other alumni and friends of the College.

  7. Participate in alumni award criteria development, nominating processes, and recommendation of final candidates for award.

  8. Participate in nomination, recruitment, and orientation of new Board members and officers.

  9. Serve on College committees as needed with regular reports to other BOG members (email and at meetings).

  10. Work with the Pharmacy Advancement Staff to develop and implement strategic plans to engage and invigorate alumni.

  11. Be a model of the highest standards of the profession and promote the profession.

Listing Row

Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Wednesday, November 13, 2013