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Glenn Anderson
Professor
College of Pharmacy
PHAR 102C
318-342-1600
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Glenn Anderson, PharmD
Professor, Pharmacy
Dean, College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences and Dean, School of Pharmacy

Education

PharmD

1994, Pharmacy
The Ohio State University

BS

1991, Pharmacy
The Ohio State University

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Biographical Sketch

Glenn Anderson is an alumnus, husband, father, faculty member, and an administrator. He completed his education at The Ohio State University -- BS Pharm (1991), PharmD (1994), and fellowship (1996). He began his career at Texas Tech University serving as faculty (1996-2011), drug information center director (1996 – 2002), clinical pharmacist (2002-2006), and Associate Dean (2005-2011). In 2011, Dr. Anderson help launch the Marshall University School of Pharmacy in Huntington, WV. He served as the School's Associate Dean until August 2017. He current serves as the University of Louisiana Monroe's Dean for the College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences.

 

 

 

 

Licensure & Certification

Pharmacist, State of Ohio, . (June 1991 - September 15 2021)
Pharmacist, State of Texas, Texas Board of Pharmacy. (August 1996 - June 24 2021)

Research Interests

Glenn Anderson's research interests include curricular development, competency assessment, and drug information skills.  He has published 34 papers and provided over 50 presentations.  

Recent Publications

Anderson, H. G. (2020). Developing and Implementing an Entrustable Professional Activity Assessment for Pharmacy Practice Experiences. (pp. ajpe7876). Am J Pharm Educ.
Attarabeen, O. F., Patel, I., Rudolph, M. J., Anderson, G., Broedel-Zaugg, K. A., Jones, C. B., Koc, H., Caither, C. A., Khan, O. F. (2018). Pharmacy students perceived stress and its impact on academic performance in a flipped classroom environment.
Smith, G. W., Baggarly, S. A., Anderson, G. (2018). Using dual-peer review to improve drug information responses (pp. ajpe7158). Am J Pharm Educ.
Smith, C. L., Stewart, R. L., Smith, G. W., Anderson, G., Baggarly, S. A. (2018). Preceptor perception of EPA competency opportunities and level of entrustability (pp. ajpe7158). Am J Pharm Educ.
Lafitte, E. M., Craft, G. C., Briski, K. P., Cockerham, M. B., Anderson, G. (2019). A structured co-curricular experience to facilitate personal and professional growth among students (pp. ajpe7626). Am J Pharm Educ.
Rhea, M. L., Craft, G. C., Anderson, G. (2020). Applying the recruitment funnel to maximize pharmacy school enrollment (pp. ajpe8219). Am J Pharm Educ.
Smith, G. W., Hill, S. R., Donald, B., Anderson, H. G., Baggarly, S. A. (2020). Improving AMA style referencing utilization for a drug information written project (pp. ajpe8220). Am J Pharm Educ.
Smith, C., Stewart, R., Smith, G., Anderson, G., Baggerly, S. (2020). Quality assessment of a new entrustable professional activity evaluation tool for advanced pharmacy practice experiences. (pp. ajpe8220). Am J Pharm Educ.
Gillette, C., Rudolph, M., Winston, N., Stanton, R., Anderson, H. (2017). Predictors of student performance on the Pharmacy Curriculum Outcomes Assessment at a new school of pharmacy using admissions and demographic data. (pp. 84-89). Curr Pharm Teach Learn.
Stanton, R., Anderson, H. G., Broedel-Zaugg, K., Kimble, C., Anderson, S., Butt, M. (2017). . The Opinion of Preceptors and Students of Very Early P1 IPPE Rotations Delivered Concurrently with Didactic Courses (pp. 55-59). Curr Pharm Teach Learn.
Gillette, C., Stanton, R., Anderson, H. G. (2017). Student performance on knowledge-based exams may predict student ability to communicate effectively with a standardized patient during an objective structured clinical exam (pp. 201-207). Curr Pharm Teach Learn.
Anderson, H. G., Frazier, L., Anderson, S. L., Stanton, R. B., Gillette, C., Broedel-Zaugg, K., Yingling, K. (2017). Pharmaceutical calculations learning outcomes: comparison of achievement within course sections delivered through use of either a traditional lecture or flipped classroom andragogy (pp. Article 70). Am J Pharm Educ.
Gillette, C., Winston, N., Rudolph, M., Stanton, R., Anderson, H. G. (2017). Cost-effectiveness analysis of employing standardized patients to help teach communication to second-year student pharmacists (pp. Article 6120). Am J Pharm Educ.
Gillette, C., Winston, N., Rudolph, M., Stanton, R., Anderson, H. (2017). Improving Pharmacy Student Communication Outcomes Using Standardized Patients. (pp. Article 110). Am J Pharm Educ.
Azad, N., Anderson, H. G., Brooks, A., Garza, O., O'Neal, C., Stutz, M., Sobatka, J. (2017). Academic Leadership Fellows Progarm Capstone Debate – Leadership and management are the same: Pro arguments. (pp. article 102). Am J Pharm Educ.
Smith, C., Stewart, R., Smith, G., Anderson, H. G., Baggarly, S. (2020). Developing and Implementing an Entrustable Professional Activity Assessment for Pharmacy Practice Experiences (pp. ajpe7876). Am J Pharm Educ.
Smith, C., Stewart, R., Smith, G., Anderson, G., Baggerly, S. (2020). Quality assessment of a new entrustable professional activity evaluation tool for advanced pharmacy practice experiences. (pp. ajpe8220). Am J Pharm Educ.
Gillette, C., Anderson, H. G. (2017). Predictors of student performance on the Pharmacy Curriculum Outcomes Assessment at a new school of pharmacy using admissions and demographic data. (pp. 84-89). Curr Pharm Teach Learn.

Awards & Honors

April 2018 Inducted into Phi Kappa Phi honor society .

Courses Taught

PHRD 4052RESEARCH METH & LIT EVAL, 3 course(s)