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Title: University record
Uniform Title: University record (Gainesville, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 24 cm.
Language: English
Creator: University of the State of Florida
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Publisher: University of the State of Florida,
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Place of Publication: Lake city Fla
Publication Date: June 1928
Frequency: quarterly
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Universities and colleges -- Periodicals -- Florida -- Gainesville   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 1906)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issue for Vol. 2, no. 1 (Feb. 1907) is misnumbered as Vol. 1, no. 1.
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General Note: Imprint varies: <vol. 1, no. 2-v.4, no. 2> Gainesville, Fla. : University of the State of Florida, ; <vol. 4, no. 4-> Gainesville, Fla. : University of Florida.
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University


Record


Vol. XXIII


June,


1928


No. 3


Published quarterly by the University of ?lorida
Gainesville, Florida


The


College


Pharmacy


University of FloFida
Gainesville
Florida


Entered September 6, 1906, at the Postoffice at Gainesvi'te, Florida,
class mail matter, under Act of Congress, Jui 16, 1894


as second-















FOREWORD


%YT IS HOPED that this pictorial will, in
of Pharmacy somewhat as a memory bo


years hence, serve the graduates of the College


bringing


back


to them,


out of that


profit-


`"I able


period


of years spent at the


University, old faces,


familiar scenes


and pleasant


thoughts.
It is also hoped that this booklet will be an inspiration to those young men who have ar-


rived at that period of their lives which calls for


a most


important


decision-the


effects


which


will last for life.


Some will doubtless question the advisability and possibility of equip-


ping themselves with a college education for their life work. Howe
has any branch of Pharmacy in mind for his profession should easily


ver, the young man who
see that a higher educa-















tion is not only advisable, but in this age, necessary.


Many states, our own included, have rec-


ognized this by establishing a minimum of three years of pharmaceutical training as a prerequi-


site for registration as a pharmacist.


Indications are that this wise policy is soon to be followed


b by more states.
For those who believe that their financial conditions make a higher education impossible, it
can be stated that many of our most influential college trained men once thought the same to


be true in their own cases.


It might be well to add here that expenses at the


Florida are exceedingly low as compared with
however, the purpose of this publication to take


other institutions in the same class.


University


It is not,


up in detail the subjects considered in the Uni-


versity Catalogue and in the Bulletin of the College of Pharmacy.


They have covered their


own fields with a completeness which recommends them to those desiring information.













THE COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
University of Florida

)HE COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, now located in the new Chemistry-Pharmacy Building,


was


established


as a School of Pharma


at the


University of Florida in


1923


and in


two years grew to such an extent that it


was


enlarged and recognized


as a College by


the University.


It is an associate


member of the American


Association


of Colleges of Pharmacy


such receives


full recognition for its cou


rses


State Boards of Pharmacy and other schools.


It offers courses based on the most modern ideas


of pharmaceutical


education.


This College


of Pharmacy


is unique in being one of the few colleges employing only men


with Ph. D.


agrees for class room instruction in the different


courses of Pharmacy and Pharmacognosy.


As stated


in the Bulletin,


the following


degrees


are offered


Graduate in Pharmacy,


Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Pharmacy.


The courses leading to these degrees


require respectively,


three, four and five years of satisfactory work.


Although students may












and often do enter school in doubt as to which of these degrees shall be their ultimate goal, it


is well to have in mind some definite plans.
branch of Pharmacy the student is most intern


These will depend mainly upon what particular
ested in. All of the above degrees offer much in


way


of opportunity.


Graduates


from


the three year course receive


a thorough ground-


ing in the necessary fundamental sciences as well as an abundance of strictly pharmaceutical


training.
of medicine


They are well trained to serve the public as competent dispensers and compounders
es. They are also much in demand by manufacturers of medicinal and pharmaceuti-


cal supplies.


In addition they are finding an ever increasing field


of opportunity in


the way


of a combined clinical laboratory and prescription department.


Some of the best pharmaceu-


tical houses are now refusing to hire any but college graduates as salesmen. The opportunities
already mentioned are naturally also open to the man spending more than three years at the


University.


In fact, they are intensified by the


additional and specialized training received in


the extra year or two.


branch,


such


Thus,


as pharmaceutical


in four years a man can become specialized in


chemistry,


manufacturing, or pharmacognosy.


one particular
These special


fields are expanding rapidly and the number of openings are now far in excess of the number


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of properly trained men capable of filling them.


This is especially true regarding men spe-


cialized to the extent necessary tol obtain a Master of Science degree.
Although the professions are becoming constantly more specialized, they demand first a
rounded education with specialization afterward. In its position as an integral part of the Uni-


versity of Florida, the College of Pharmacy enjoys all the advantages found


only at a great


institution, and is therefore in the proper position


to supply this


broad


education.


Student


pharmaceutical, chemical, literary, and musical organizations, the University Y. M. C. A., and
student publications are only a few |of the many opportunities offering the pharmacy student


valuable activities outside of his scholastic work.


For further information add


THE DEAN


THE


COLLEGE
University
Gainesville,


OF PHARMACY,
of Florida,
Florida


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AUDITORIUM


Initial unit of the new


LIBRARY
over 50,000


Admiinist ration building


voIum tlnR


DORMITORIES


Ir homias


Buckman Hali


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T111L DLIVE


In the Experiment Stationn


grouiids


THE COMMONS
liere students may obtain board at the low figure of
$90 per semester


SCIENCE HALL
The home of the Bsiology Department and the
Florida State Museum

PALM ROW


Another


scene


on the


campus


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A VIEfW OF THE CHEMISTRY-PHARMACY LA II)ATO)ILY


The necessary appropriation has


already been made for added construction on this huildirng


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OFFICE OF THE DEAN


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LABORATORY


Students


working


in Inorganic


Chnlmistry



















































PROFESSOR


WITH


A SECTION IN QUALITATIVE CHEMISTRY




















































LABORATORY


DEVOTED


QUANTITATIVE


ANALYSIS





























































































PROFESSOR WVITH A CLASS IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY


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BACTERIOLOGY


BOTANY


Students in this course
morphology, physiology


receive


and cultivation of


bacteria


Students


here


the knowled


uire tle fundamentals
ge essential for future
Pharmacognosy


of Botany, and
work in


RESEARCH


The College


of Pharmacy


is in


a position to offer unusual opportunities
lines of pharmaceutical endeavor


for research along


many


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PHARMACY


Like all our other laboratories, this


is well equipped and provides


excellent


working


conditions


















































PilAIRMACOGNOS Y


The students are using the microscope in the examination of powdered drugs and their adulterants

















































MOUNTAIN MINT


Grown in


the Pharmaceutical


Garden


Graduate student extracting volatile oils by steam distillation


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MEN HOLDING THE GROOVER-STEWART SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship has been established through the generosity of the Groover-Stewart Drug Co. It pays $1,000 over a
Period of three years, and is awarded each spring by competitive examination, to a high school graduate




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