There are four different types of clubs and orgs at KGI: Professional, Professional Hybrid, Social, and Limited.
If you need to update your club/organization’s mission statement, contact information, or social media links, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Pharmacy school today is like a great highway with numerous exits that will lead you to your future career. Some of you have been traveling this road for a while, and other have only just begun. But this highway that you drive down has not always existed. It started out years ago as a dirt path with only one destination. The trailblazers who came before us cleared the way, and elevated student pharmacists and pharmacists to become the professionals they are today. Moving forward, the Academy must continue to build upon this progress, but not focus on just the individual or the community. Bringing new ideas together to realize the brilliant strength in each student pharmacist contributes to the greater good. By focusing on all aspects of life-career, community, and self-APhA-ASP members can reach as shared vision of their own future and the future of pharmacy, together.” – E. Michael Murphy 2018-18 APhA-ASP National President
Riggs School, SPHS|Professional
To help educate and inform KGI students about the importance of research and foster a community where individuals can network, develop, and engage in research in collaboration with staff/faculty. RC will host educational events and general meetings that discuss current research opportunities and the need to be involved in research throughout graduate education.
RC will connect selected members of the organization with research opportunities that are provided within KGI. This selection process will consist of screening the research interest of students, matching each student with appropriate faculty based on the students’ research interest, and an interview with the respective faculty member. The acceptance of the student to participate in the research will be based solely on the discretion of the faculty member. RC does not guarantee that all students will be matched.
RC will provide current research opportunities for its members and the matching process will be held as an ongoing basis. Students who are selected by faculty will be held to a high level of professionalism. A contract will be signed by both student and faculty to ensure commitment and respect of all those involved. The contract will specify logistical information (number of hours, student responsibilities and expectation, etc.) in order provide effective and thorough communication for all those involved. Exchanging knowledge through research to help further our respective professions in the scientific community. RC is an organization where individuals who are passionate about research may learn, gather, and share information.
Daniel Kudo, Nazia Rashid
Riggs School, SPHS|Social
Do you like drinking beer? So, do we! This is a social club whose focus is enjoying a nice, cold brew with friends old and new. Occasional formal outings to local breweries to taste new developments and old favorites and learn about the history of these places and fermentation techniques in general. If none of that extra stuff interests you, come out just for the drinks instead. More occasional informal meetups of friends who want to get drinks. All are welcome, come on out! Some of the club leadership are also interested in starting our own batch of homebrew so if unique applications of bioprocessing and fermentation are of interest to you, let us know and we can get you involved.
Breaking Bread desires to promote activism, unity, friendship, and community on the KGI campus and off-campus with ALL religions and ALL peoples and to encourage collaboration with other campus groups at The Claremont Colleges. Additionally, the mission of Breaking Bread is to provide an environment to address the needs and concerns of Christian believers, to promote the awareness and visibility of Christian specific issues on the KGI campus through programs, activities, and speaking engagements, and to encourage the scholarship and professional development of students at KGI.
It shall be the purpose of CKAPhA to establish a network of pharmacist in the State of California in pursuit of excellence in pharmacy professional standards by promoting educational programs of an advanced nature and of a continuing education; providing opportunities to fulfill its civic and social responsibilities to the public and local communities; and cultivating a harmonious atmosphere with fellow pharmacists, allied professions, and patients.
Jeany Kim Jun
The KGI chapter of CPhA-ASP’s mission is to advance the practice and participation of pharmacy students for the promotion of health and advancement of education. KGI CPhA-ASP is led by dedicated pharmacy students that serve as members of the Executive Board who volunteer their time to advancing and protecting the profession of pharmacy through strong ethical commitment and promotion of the legislative process.
Dr. Minh Dang, Dr. Gail Orum
The California Pharmacy Student Leadership (CAPSLEAD) Conference endeavors to provide student leaders at California pharmacy schools with an opportunity to learn more about leadership, teamwork, negotiation, and conflict management; build effective time and team management techniques; interact with pharmacy faculty and other pharmacy students; and learn about critical issues facing pharmacy leaders.
Nazia Rashid, Stephanie Kourtakis
The College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists work toward a world where every individual with a psychiatric or neurologic disorder has a care team that includes a psychiatric and neurologic pharmacist accountable for optimal medication therapy.
This student chapter aims to provide education to students about a pharmacist’s role in the psychiatric and neurologic fields, and also inform students of potential career avenues, residency, fellowship, and research opportunities related to CPNP.
Riggs School, SPHS|Professional Hybrid, Social
To foster an environment that allows for the spreading of compassion, resources, and knowledge to achieve health equity. Moreover, working towards a future where it’s easier for health students to utilize the skills they learn in the classroom to help vulnerable communities.
Mylene Manalo, Julie Truong
KGI Strategy & Consulting Club’s objective is to increase awareness about consulting careers among KGI students by providing them with the necessary preparation, education, and resources. The club holds weekly information sessions to provide students with an accurate view of the various type of internal and external consulting roles, industries, and products. We invite alumni speakers, in person and virtually, from industries including but not limited to: healthcare, finance, public sector, intelligence, non-profit, litigation, industrial, automotive, consumer packaged goods, travel, media, and sustainability. We also organize case workshops, often fueled by alumni efforts, in order to increase students’ business problem-solving skills.