Stacey Curtis, Pharm.D., a clinical associate professor, has been appointed assistant dean for experiential education in the University of Florida College of Pharmacy.
Curtis has been affiliated with the college for 13 years and brings a wealth of experience in community pharmacy to the curriculum. From 2011-16, she held several positions in the Office of Experiential Education, or OEP, including regional coordinator and assistant director. She currently serves as the residency program director for the PGY1 community-based pharmacy residency and leads the 1PD professional practice skills lab.
In her role as assistant dean for experiential education, Curtis will build on the solid experiential education curriculum by refining the quality improvement processes, reviewing outcomes data to address identified needs and increasing the visibility of OEP nationally through scholarly activity. With the foundation of a strong cadre of OEP faculty, regional coordinators and staff, she will connect with the students and “Grow Gator Pharmacists through Experiential Education.”