School of Pharmacy
Graduate Recognition Ceremony 2021


Join Dean Sean Sullivan, Associate Dean Peggy Odegard, and the School of Pharmacy community to celebrate the graduating Class of 2021!


Graduates and their family and friends are invited to participate in the virtual School of Pharmacy Graduate Recognition Ceremony on:
Date: Friday, June 11, 2021
Time: 3:00PM PST
Location: YouTube

We look forward to celebrating with you!


Peggy Odegard

Peggy Odegard is Associate Dean for Professional Pharmacy Education, Professor in the Department of Pharmacy, and an active pharmacist practitioner. She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy and Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degrees from the University of Washington.

Sean D. Sullivan

Sean D. Sullivan is Professor and Dean, UW School of Pharmacy. He holds a joint appointment as Professor of Health Services in the School of Public Health. He holds adjunct appointments in the School of Medicine, the Public Health Sciences Division at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and at the Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute.

Ana Mari Cauce

Ana Mari Cauce is the 33rd president of the UW. A professor of psychology and member of the UW faculty since 1986, she was named president in October 2015. Under her leadership, the UW is advancing all areas of its educational, research and service missions, with initiatives focused on innovation, race and equity, and population health.


Tara O’Connell

Tara O’Connell (PharmD Candidate) is a Pharmacy Intern at UW Medicine and Kindred Hospital First Hill. Her goal is to expand the role of pharmacists in issues of mental healthcare including awareness, accessibility, and harm reduction.

Selina Somani

Selina Somani (PharmD Candidate) has been actively involved in the University of Washington American Pharmacist Association Academy of Student Pharmacists Chapter, including serving as President. She earned her B.S. in Biology/Anthropology prior to pharmacy school from Western Washington University. Following graduation, she will complete a two-year pharmacy administration focused residency program at UC Davis Medical Center.


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