Addiction: A Path Forward

Educating students and practitioners throughout West Virginia, we are providing critical information on the pharmacist’s role in the opioid epidemic and how they can keep their communities healthy.

Dr. Barrickman (left) is honored for her work in simulation healthcare.

Barrickman honored with David H. Wilks Memorial Award for Excellence in Simulation

"I'm so honored to receive this award," said Dr. Ashleigh Barrickman, clinical associate professor and director of the School's Pharmacy Skills Development Center. Barrickman is pictured (far left) with Assistant Dean for Technology and Simulation Dorian Williams.

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  • 89% first-time board pass rateSix percentage points above the national average.
  • 7:1 RatioThe WVU School of Pharmacy has a 7:1 student to faculty ratio.
  • Providing pharmacy education for more than a centuryWe are the oldest school of pharmacy in West Virginia.
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"After receiving the Dr. Art Jacknowitz AMEN (Advise, Mentor, Empower, Nurture) Award, I became part of a long legacy started by The Jacknowitz's. I am thankful to Mrs. Jacknowitz and other donors for the opportunities they provide students like me. The AMEN award has allowed me to focus less on the financial aspect of pharmacy school and more on making the most of my rotations, preparing for my future endeavors and sharing time with the people I love."
Ben PerryClass of 2021