College of Pharmacy Records

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Collection Summary

Identifier

UA 13

Title

College of Pharmacy Records

Creator

College of Pharmacy, South Dakota State University

Dates

1890-2008

Extent

1.05 linear feet (2 document cases, 1 small document case)

Language

English

Repository

South Dakota State University Archives and Special Collections, Hilton M. Briggs Library, Brookings, South Dakota.

Access note

This collection is open to researchers without restrictions. The materials in the Archives do not circulate and may be used in-house only.

Preferred Citation

Name of item . College of Pharmacy records, UA 13. South Dakota State University Archives and Special Collections, Hilton M. Briggs Library, Brookings, South Dakota.

Abstract

The College of Pharmacy offers degrees for Doctor of Pharmacy, pharmaceutical sciences, and medical laboratory science. The collection is composed of newsletters and periodicals produced by the College of Pharmacy. Also included are programs, clippings, pamphlets, and other office records.

Historical Note

In 1887, the first course work in pharmacy was offered at South Dakota State College [SDSC]. It comprised of physics, algebra, bookkeeping, chemistry, materia medica, botany, physiology, hygiene and pharmacy. The course was designed to prepare young men and women as druggists. The first degrees were graduated in 1893. By 1898, a four-year course in pharmacy was offered as an option and by 1930, this option became a required standard.

Between 1931 and 1970, the college saw established the Tau Chapter of Rho Chi, a continuing education program for practicing pharmacists, a five year curriculum in pharmacy, and an externship program.

According to the 1996-98 undergraduate bulletin, the College of Pharmacy offers a six-year course of study leading to a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. The curriculum is divided into a 2-year pre-pharmacy and a 4-year Professional Program phase. The pre-pharmacy courses provide a solid knowledge base and ability to use critical thought processes in the biological and physical sciences. The four years of the Professional Program incorporate a solid foundation of pharmaceutical science courses as well as a comprehensive sequence of therapeutics and professional practice courses.

The goal of the College is to prepare competent graduates with effective primary care skills which center on the pharmacist's role in ensuring the rational use of medications and related devices to provide optimal therapeutic outcomes for their patients. Another goal is to inspire students to be life-long learners who express a caring professional attitude and seek to be agents of change within the profession.

Contents Note

This collection is composed mainly of newsletters and periodicals produced by the College of Pharmacy. Also included are programs, clippings, pamphlets, and other office records. An item of note is a glass pharmacy beaker.

Key Words

South Dakota State University. College of Pharmacy.

South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts. Division of Pharmacy.

Container List

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College of Pharmacy Records Container List. UA 13

BoxFolderDescriptionDate(s)
11Awards banquet (programs)2004-2006
12Centennial Celebration (schedule of events)1988
13Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)2007
116College of Pharmacy - Preparing students for their future (pamphlet, fact sheet)2004
14College of Pharmacy, The  (magazine)1997
15College of Pharmacy, The  (magazine)1998
16College of Pharmacy, The  (magazine)1999
17College of Pharmacy, The  (magazine)2000
18College of Pharmacy, The  (magazine)2001
19College of Pharmacy, The  (magazine)2002
110College of Pharmacy, The  (magazine)2003
111College of Pharmacy, The  (magazine)2004
112College of Pharmacy, The  (magazine)2005
113College of Pharmacy, The  (magazine)2006
114College of Pharmacy, The  (magazine)2007
115College of Pharmacy, The  (magazine)2008
117Department of Pharmacy bulletin1911
118Doctor of Pharmacy hooding ceremony2004, 2007
119Focus on the College of Pharmacy (newsletter)1993
120Focus on the College of Pharmacy (newsletter)1994
121Focus on the College of Pharmacy (newsletter)1995
122Focus on the College of Pharmacy (newsletter)1996
123Focus on the College of Pharmacy (newsletter)1997
2 Glass Pharmacy beaker with EAS etched on topundated
124History of Pharmacy in South Dakota by Harold H. Schuler (flyer)2003 circa
127Industrial Collegian: Pharmacy Special Edition, v. 33, no. 311925
125Industrial Collegian: Pharmic Edition, v. 31, no. 281922
126Industrial Collegian: Pharmic Edition, v. 31, no. 281923
31Pharmaceutical Institute (programs)1953-1955
33Pharmacy Focus (newsletter)1986-1992
34Pharmacy Research Presentations and Keo Glidden Smith Fall Pharmacy Convocation (program and abstracts)2006-2007
35Pharmacy Reunion (invitations)2003-2004
36Pharmacy Television Lecture Series: Cardiovascular Problems and Drug Therapy (outline)1976
32Pharmacy: A Rewarding Profession (brochure)undated
37Presentation of Theses of the Graduating Class (program)1890
38Shall I Study Pharmacy? (booklets)undated
39Student handbook1990
310Use and Misuse of Drugs (memo)1989
311White Coat Ceremony (program)2008

Administrative Information

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open to researchers without restrictions. The materials in the Archives do not circulate and may be used in-house only.

Researchers conducting extensive research are asked to make an advance appointment to access archival material. Please call or e-mail prior to visiting the collection and indicate as much detail as possible about a particular topic and intended use.

South Dakota State University supports access to the materials, published and unpublished, in its collections. Nonetheless, access to some items may be restricted as a result of their fragile condition or by contractual agreements with donors.

Copyright note

Copyright restrictions apply in different ways to different materials. Many of the documents and other historical materials in the Archives are in the public domain and may be reproduced and used in any way. There are other materials in the Archive carrying a copyright interest and must be used according to the provisions of Title 17 of the U.S. Code. The Archive issues a warning concerning copyright restrictions to every researcher who requests copies of documents. Although the copyright law is under constant redefinition in the courts, it is ultimately the responsibility of the researcher to properly use copyrighted material.

Arranged and Described by

Crystal J. Gamradt, 1998 May 11, additions made 2008 August 29.