Student organizations

Participation in student organizations is a great way to develop or strengthen your skills in collaboration, communication, and leadership and to apply what you learn in the classroom in real world situations. Active involvement in organization activities also provides you with opportunities to network and engage in professional development, social, and other programs with your classmates, alumni, and established health professionals.

To get more information on starting or reestablishing a student organization or to learn about resources for recognized student organizations, including how to apply for funding, please visit the WSU Dean of Students Office website.

College-wide

Diabetes Education and Wellness Clinic

The DEW clinic is a student-run clinic supported by pharmacy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, clinical laboratory science, medical, social work, and dietetic students. Its purpose is to educate and empower diabetes patients to have more autonomy in the management of their disease.

bp9546@wayne.edu

313-577-5883

Wayne State Interprofessional – Community Homeless Interprofessional Program (CHIP)

Wayne State Interprofessional (WSI) was created to better support ongoing interprofessional projects and community service efforts as well as provide opportunities for future collaboration between healthcare and other professional students. WSI is the student organization that provides leadership for the Community Homeless Interprofessional Program (CHIP). CHIP is an interprofessional, student-run free clinic that has been developed as a collaboration between health professions students and faculty of pharmacy, medicine, social work, and physical therapy and has been developed as a community partnership with the Cathedral Church of St. Paul.

supreetk@wayne.edu

 

Clinical Laboratory Science

Diabetes Education and Wellness Clinic

The DEW clinic is a student-run clinic supported by pharmacy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, clinical laboratory science, medical, social work, and dietetic students. Its purpose is to educate and empower diabetes patients to have more autonomy in the management of their disease.

bp9546@wayne.edu

313-577-5883

Occupational Therapy

Diabetes Education and Wellness Clinic

The DEW clinic is a student-run clinic supported by pharmacy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, clinical laboratory science, medical, social work, and dietetic students. Its purpose is to educate and empower diabetes patients to have more autonomy in the management of their disease.

bp9546@wayne.edu

313-577-5883

Occupational Therapy Student Society

The mission of the Occupational Therapy program at Wayne State University is to educate skilled occupational therapists, to produce quantitative and qualitative research that impacts occupational theory and practice both locally and globally, and to actively participate with urban and health communities to improve personal, community and societal health. Situated as we are in metropolitan Detroit, we particularly strive to recognize and be responsive to our diverse multicultural community, and conduct our scholarship in a way that supports the University's global mission.

gconti@wayne.edu

586-577-2188

Pi Theta Epsilon

The purposes of Pi Theta Epsilon (PTE), as stated in the society's constitution, are to: recognize and encourage scholastic excellence of occupational therapy students; contribute to the advancement of the field of occupational therapy through scholarly activities, such as research development, continuing education, and information exchange between student and alumni members; and provide a vehicle for students enrolled in accredited programs in occupational therapy to exchange information and to collaborate regarding scholarly activities.

dy0982@wayne.edu

519-991-7452

Pharmacy

American Pharmacists Association - Academy of Student Pharmacists

The mission of the APhA Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) is to be the collective voice of student pharmacists, to provide opportunities for professional growth, to improve patient care, and to envision and advance the future of pharmacy.
APhA-ASP has opportunities for student pharmacists to become involved through patient care projects, community outreach, international organizations, career programming, professional development and more.

sam.polina@wayne.edu 

586-481-6010

Arab American Pharmacist Association

The Arab American Pharmacist Association is a community-oriented, non-profit organization based in Dearborn. The organization holds various events throughout the semester, consisting of fundraisers, community service opportunities, and educational events. Any money raised is donated directly to a charity or underserved clinic or community. All pre-pharmacy and pharmacy students are encouraged to participate.

rola.hariri@wayne.edu

 

Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy

Our organization's goal is to promote awareness in non-traditional pharmacy routes, primarily Managed Care. Managed Care Pharmacy uses a number of best practices that offer quality care and cost-effective coverage to patients, payers, employers, and government.

fadi.manuel@wayne.edu 

 

Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International – Pharmacists in Christ

CPFI-PIC is a professional pharmacy organization that is committed to upholding Christian values by loving God and loving people through fellowship among Christian pharmacists and pharmacy students. We also strive to promote community service, spiritual growth, and fellowship.

alvin.tomika@wayne.edu

248-242-0289

Diabetes Education and Wellness Clinic

The DEW clinic is a student-run clinic supported by pharmacy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, medical, social work, and dietetic students. Its purpose is to educate and empower diabetes patients to have more autonomy in the management of their disease.

gq0901@wayne.edu

 

Fighting Aids With Nutrition

FAWN is a student led organization whose mission is to support victims of HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa by providing fortified liquid nutritional supplements. As an organization we follow our mission by promoting a healthy lifestyle and educate students and the local community about the importance of nutrition. The organization works closely with World Medical Relief to raise funds and to facilitate the shipping of liquid nutrition overseas.

fw8495@wayne.edu

586-604-7620

Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, Inc. – Mu Omicron Pi Chapter

Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, Inc. is a professional pharmaceutical fraternity established to advance the profession of pharmacy.

daniel.frederick@wayne.edu

586-438-6272

Lambda Kappa Sigma

Founded in 1913, Lambda Kappa Sigma is an International Women's Professional Pharmacy Fraternity. Omicron Chapter is currently only open to graduate students at the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences.

waynestatelks@gmail.com

313-502-0034

Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group

The Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group (PPAG) is a non-profit organization at WSU that promotes educational events about pediatric pharmacy. The organization will hold multiple events throughout the semester like fundraising events and community service events. There will be also multiple educational events about pediatric pharmacy. The money that is raised will be donated to organizations related to pediatrics. Health sciences students are encouraged to apply.

ali.khanafer@wayne.edu 313-898-4376
PharmD Class of 2021 The Class of 2021 is determined to grow together as a community and graduate from the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Our common goals are to form long-lasting friendships, foster relationships with faculty, create a supportive educational community and gain professional experience that will be invaluable during our careers. The Class of 2021 will also aim to be a model for future classes in how to create a positive learning environment and aiding in being successful during their academic career at the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.  fx9820@wayne.edu 906-553-9555
PharmD Class of 2022 The Class of 2022 is motivated to pursue a pathway of success: Success in thriving for the betterment of society, for the advancement of our academic abilities, for our empowerment in Pharmacy. We hope to impassion one another through unforgettable friendships and creating relationships with faculty that aim to foster support, honesty, determination, and ethics in all that we do. Our goal is for unity and the formation of a community that offers positive opportunities in a flourishing environment that's supportive and encouraging. fw1068@wayne.edu 586-945-8451
PharmD Class of 2023

The Class of 2023 is dedicated to providing a means of achieving resolution, accomplishing common goals, and providing structured leadership responsibilities as they are called for. Our goal is to provide these skills in an enthusiastic and motivating manner to make our educational years memorable. The ultimate goal of the E-Board is to serve the needs of the entire Pharmacy Class of 2023 socially and academically.

yanis@wayne.edu

248-635-8334

Phi Lambda Sigma

Phi Lambda Sigma is an organization that supports pharmacy leadership commitment by recognizing leaders and fostering leadership development.

wayne.philambdasigma@gmail.com

586-265-0083

Rho Chi Society – Alpha Chi Chapter

Rho Chi is a nationally recognized pharmaceutical honor society. Rho Chi members are academically successful in the pharmacy program. Admission to the society is determined after one & a half years of the curriculum, given to students whose GPA is within the top 20% of their class. Rho Chi is heavily involved with tutoring. Members of Rho Chi are held to high standards and have a responsibility to share their knowledge and help their fellow peers.

gp8436@wayne.edu

 

Student College of Clinical Pharmacy

The mission of the WSU-SCCP is to orient students to the practice of clinical pharmacy by providing information to students about careers and opportunities within the field of clinical pharmacy, promoting dedication to excellence in patient care, research, and education, encouraging skill development necessary to function within an interdisciplinary team, advocating the role of clinical pharmacists within healthcare, and encouraging participation in the American College of Clinical Pharmacy at the national and/or local/regional chapters.

waynestatesccp@gmail.com

586-215-7433

Student National Pharmaceutical Association

Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA) is an educational service association of pharmacy students who are concerned about pharmacy and health care-related issues, and the poor minority representation in pharmacy and other health-related professions. The purpose of SNPhA is to plan, organize, coordinate and execute programs geared toward the improvement for the health, educational, and social environment of the community.

fv5719@wayne.edu

248-912-4618

Student Pharmacists Diversity Council Promote diversity and social awareness on the pathway to becoming more culturally competent healthcare providers. ft8675@wayne.edu  

Student Society of Health-System Pharmacists

The mission of pharmacists is to help people achieve optimal health outcomes. WSU-SSHP helps its members achieve this mission by advocating and supporting the professional practice of pharmacists in hospitals, health systems, ambulatory care clinics, and other settings spanning the full spectrum of medication use.

waynestatesshp@gmail.com

313-577-8741

World Health Student Organization

WHSO-EACPHS is comprised of pharmacy students whose mission is to gain diverse medical and cultural experiences outside their immediate communities. It is the organization's goal to provide free medical care and medications to under-served populations around the world through medical mission trips. It also promotes interdisciplinary advancement by working in collaboration with other healthcare professional students, specifically medical students. In addition to global efforts, the organization encompasses actively volunteering at community outreach projects that serve the citizens of Detroit.

gl4379@wayne.edu

269-718-7783

Physical Therapy

Diabetes Education and Wellness Clinic

The DEW clinic is a student-run clinic supported by pharmacy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, clinical laboratory science, medical, social work, and dietetic students. Its purpose is to educate and empower diabetes patients to have more autonomy in the management of their disease.

bp9546@wayne.edu

313-577-5883


Radiation Therapy Technology

Radiation Therapy Student Activities Organization

 

               

The Radiation Therapy Student Activities Organization (RTSAO) facilitates Radiation Therapy Technology students to foster awareness of Radiation Therapy Technology in the college, university and general public. The RTSAO mission also encompasses member participation in activities that promote professional growth, career awareness and networking within the field of Radiation Therapy Technology.

aa1156@wayne.edu

313-577-1137 or 313-577-5710