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Student pharmacists getting real-world experience

Students are getting real-world experience helping put shots in arms to help end the COVID-19 pandemic. They're getting real-world experience by helping their community and giving hope not only to those at WVU but at vaccination centers across West Virginia.
WVU student pharmacist Marianna Kibak's COVID vaccine experience

Our students are helping to end the pandemic

Marianna Kibak, a P2 student pharmacist from Wheeling, West Virginia, spent her 2020/2021 winter break giving COVID-19 vaccines to healthcare workers, nursing homes and long-term care facility residents, as well as teachers and government officials. For her, it was an excellent learning experience and a chance to leave her mark on history.

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Krista Capehart administering Covid-19 Vaccine to West Virginia's Governor Justice.

Pharmacists are Leaders

In part, due to Dr. Capehart's leadership, West Virginia has been praised in the national and international news for leading the nation in the race to get COVID-19 vaccines into arms.

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Dianne Techwei

Pharmacy Student founded Multicultural Association for Students in Healthcare (MASH)

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