- Organization Overview
- Dean’s Office
- Dean’s Office Overview
- PharmD Education Unit
- Office of Faculty Academic Affairs
- Office of Administration
- Pharmacy Practice Partnerships
- Department of Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences
- Department of Clinical Pharmacy
- Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
- Quantitative Biosciences Institute
- Org Chart
- Patient Care
Strategic Plan Theme: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
5.1 Cultivate a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) among trainees, faculty, and staff in the school
- Identify the current needs of the UCSF School of Pharmacy (SOP) trainees, faculty, and staff with regards to DEI.
- Create and implement a plan to address identified community needs, including developing community, and organizing programs and events that center on belonging.
5.2 Establish the infrastructure, programs, and events to support DEI efforts
- Establish a SOP DEI Committee composed of a diverse and representative group of trainees, faculty, staff, and alumni to organize school-wide DEI efforts, increase collaboration with other UCSF schools, ensure alignment and collaboration between SOP and broader university DEI efforts, and ensure UCSF representation at national DEI-related conferences and institutes.
- Establish awards and scholarships to recognize outstanding efforts of faculty, staff, and trainees who demonstrate a strong dedication to DEI.
5.3 Ensure all communications of the school, including web pages, posters, and newsletters, are culturally sensitive and adequately represent DEI efforts
- Develop and disseminate DEI best practices for updating and developing school content and communications.
- Promote and disseminate SOP DEI events and initiatives.
5.4 Increase recruitment and retention of diverse trainees, faculty, and staff
- Develop, obtain funding for, and enhance graduate and professional pipeline programs, beginning from high school, with communities and educational institutions that primarily serve URM students.
- Establish and maintain financially sustainable relationships with historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs), Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs), and pre-health organizations serving traditionally underrepresented students at UC, CSU campuses, and California community colleges.
5.5 Develop inclusive, equity-minded professionals through anti-oppressive curricula
- Collaborate with other UCSF schools to develop and implement anti-oppressive curricula in the graduate and PharmD programs to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to promote inclusion, equity, and social justice in their careers.
- Develop best practices and provide development for faculty in developing inclusive, anti-oppressive syllabi and educational materials.