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ASPIR2E Program

ASPIR2E Programs

The Texas A&M Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy is excited to announce the ASPIR2E programs! ASPIR2E stands for Aggie Student Pharmacists Initiative for Recruitment|Retention and Education. The aim of the ASPIR2E programs is to prepare and support students to become Aggie Pharmacists. There are four tracks to ASPIR2E. Tracks 1 and 2 will help undergraduate pre-pharmacy students ultimately become a competitive pharmacy school applicant. Tracks 3 and 4 will help admitted Rangel College of Pharmacy students successfully transition to the rigors of the PharmD education and become a competent practicing pharmacist. ASPIR2E is a result of a grant award from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s Minority Health Research and Education Grant Program.

Track 1 Pre-Pharmacy Introduction Program Track 2 Pre-Pharmacy Advanced Program Track 3 Pre-Matriculation Program Track 4 Academic Coaching Program

Questions

For additional questions, please contact:
Office of Student Affairs
Ph: 361.221-0648 | COP-Admissions@pharmacy.tamhsc.edu

 Juan Bustamante, PhD  
Instructional Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Interim Director of Admissions
ph: 361.221.0643  | bustamante@tamhsc.edu

ASPIR2E Project Directors

Elaine L. Demps, PhD  
Director of Instructional Design and Support Services | Office of Academic Affairs
Project Director | Aggie Student Pharmacists Initiative for Recruitment|Retention and Education (ASPIR2E), a THECB MHGP project
ph: 361.221.0623  | demps@tamhsc.edu

Amanda Galindo, EdD
Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
Co-Project Director | Aggie Student Pharmacists Initiative for Recruitment|Retention and Education (ASPIR2E), a THECB MHGP project
ph: 361.221.0608  |  galindo@pharmacy.tamhsc.edu

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