HIGH POINT, N.C., Sept. 30, 2014 – Dr. Joy Greene recently joined HPU’s School of Pharmacy as a clinical professor of pharmacy and assistant dean for experiential education.
In her new role, Greene will build partnerships with local and state pharmacies as HPU seeks to educate Doctor of Pharmacy candidates through hands-on learning experiences. She also will teach courses and facilitate laboratory experiences in the new School of Pharmacy.
“I will help students find pharmacy rotations that best suit their needs as a student,” says Greene. “I will also help them set personal and professional goals. I want to be a positive influence in their lives as they seek out their calling.”
Greene will be recruiting and networking with hundreds of practicing pharmacists across the state.
“I hope to build a phenomenal team of pharmacy preceptors who will mentor, teach and train our students,” she says.
Originally from Albemarle, Greene received her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and has experience opening and managing pharmacies in Cabarrus County and Stanly County. Before joining HPU, Greene taught at Wingate University, where she received the Spirit of Wingate award in 2007, and at Union University in Tennessee.
Greene is one of 21 new faculty positions added by HPU this year.