International pharmacy fraternity honors WVU School of Pharmacy faculty member

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Ginger Scott, Ph.D., of the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy is the recipient of the 2009 Lambda Kappa Sigma (LKS) Advisor Award. The award recognizes her outstanding contributions to the pharmacy fraternity. 

Scott is a professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical Systems and Policy.

Lambda Kappa Sigma is an international, professional pharmacy fraternity open to undergraduate and graduate pharmacy students and practicing pharmacists. Scott was nominated for the LKS Advisor Award by her student chapter.

The LKS Alpha Omicron Chapter at the WVU School of Pharmacy is committed to the professional development of women in pharmacy and reinforcing the importance of service to others.

Under Scott’s leadership, the Alpha Omicron Chapter focuses on serving the community. Chapter members have cooked dinner at the Rosenbaum Family House, made dog toys for the local Humane Society, created and donated holiday gift boxes for Appalachian Outreach  and participated in Rake n’ Run, an event to help elderly area residents maintain their lawns. The Alpha Omicron Chapter also coordinates the WVU School of Pharmacy Relay for Life team, which was named the top fundraiser for the Relay for Life of WVU event for the fifth year in a row.

About the WVU School of Pharmacy
For almost 100 years, the WVU School of Pharmacy has been a leader in pharmacy education, research and patient care. It is one of only 12 pharmacy schools in the United States affiliated with a comprehensive academic health center. For information about the WVU School of Pharmacy see


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For more information:
Amy Newton, School of Pharmacy, 304-293-7192
an: 09-24-09

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