Anderson Named Fellow of APhA

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Anderson is an AACP member and serves on various committees. In 2000-01, she served as chair of the AACP Social and Administrative Sciences section. In 2004, she received the honor of being selected as a Fellow in the charter class of the AACP Academic Leadership Fellows program.

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (April 21, 2005) -- Heidi Milia Anderson, professor and assistant dean for education innovation at the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, was elected as a Fellow of the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) during the APhA 2005 annual meeting held in Orlando, Fla.

Anderson was among eight Fellows elected by the APhA Academy of Pharmaceutical Research and Science (APhA-APRS,) which requires a minimum of 10 years of professional experience and achievements in professional practice. An APhA Fellow also has rendered outstanding service to the profession through activities in APhA and other organizations.

Anderson holds the U.S. Surgical Endowed Professorship in Pharmacy Administration at the college. She provides leadership with innovative teaching, learning and assessments methods. She has served as a Delegate to the APhA House and as a member of the APhA Educational Affairs Committee. Within APhA-APRS, she has served as chair of the Honors Advisory Committee, as a member of the Education Program Committee, and as Annual Meeting Coordinator.

Anderson is an AACP member and serves on various committees. In 2000-01, she served as chair of the AACP Social and Administrative Sciences section. In 2004, she received the honor of being selected as a Fellow in the charter class of the AACP Academic Leadership Fellows program. She also was selected as a participant in the UK Circles of Power Leadership Program for Women. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in pharmacy, a master’s degree in education, and a doctorate in pharmacy administration from Purdue University.


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