On August 27, University of Iowa President Sally Mason spent the day at the College of Pharmacy. She learned about student accomplishments firsthand over lunch, spent time interacting with faculty and staff, and held an open forum for the entire college community.
During her remarks, Mason commended the College of Pharmacy for its accomplishments in the previous year and shared information on university-wide initiatives for the coming year. She fielded questions from students, faculty, and staff on a variety of issues that impact the university community – from moped safety to the challenges of job placement within the state.
Following the open forum, President Mason toured the College of Pharmacy-housed University of Iowa High Throughput Screening Facility, the first university core research facility in the Pharmacy Building.