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Steven A. Scott
Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Phone: 765-494-1476
Fax: 765-494-0801
Specialization: Clinical Pharmacy
1978 PharmD, Purdue University 1976 BSc, Pharmacy, Purdue University

Assessment of Student Learning

Ability-Based Education

Problem-Solving Teaching Methodologies

Professional Development of Pharmacy Students


Competency-Based Education

Service and Engagement

Alumni Engagement

University Senate


PHRM 825, Integrated Pharmacotherapy I

PHRM 849, Population Health Management

PHRM 864, Integrated Pharmacotherapy IV

PHPR 427, Leadership Seminar

Honors and Credentials

Johnson and Johnson Pharmacy Administration Award

Rho Chi Pharmacy Honorary Society

Murphy Teaching Award Nominee

Community Volunteer Award

Rufas A. Lyman Award for Outstanding Publication in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

Who’s Who in Pharmaceutical Sciences Education

President, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

Representative Publications

1.  Scott, SA. Managing Atopic Dermatitis: A Pharmacist’s Opportunity to Intervene. Pharmacy Times, July 2016, 1-8.

2.  Scott, SA. Viewpoint: Do We Need More Utility Infielders?  Am J Pharm Educ; 79(10) Article 147.

3. Janke, KJ, Farris, KB, Kelly, KA, Marshall, VD, Plake, KS, Scott SA, Sorensen, TD, Yee, GC. StrengthsFinder Signature Themes of Talent in Doctor of Pharmacy Students in Five Midwestern Pharmacy Schools.  Am J Pharm Educ. Vol. 79, Issue 4, 2015.

4.  Kristin K. Janke, Hazel H. Seaba, Lynda S. Welage, Steven A. Scott, Suzanne M. Rabi, Katherine A. Kelley, and Holly L. Mason (2012). Building a Multi-Institutional Community of Practice to Foster Assessment. Am J Pharm Educ: Volume 76, Issue 4, Article 58.

5.  Hammer, D, Piascik, P, Medina, M, Pittenger, A, Rose, R, Creekmore, F, Soltis, R, Bouldin, A, Schwartz, L, Scott.S. Recognition of Teaching Excellence.  Am J Pharm Educ.  2010; 74 (9): Article 164.

6.  Scott, S, Battjes, E, Phadke, N, Teagno, R.  Enhancing Leadership Skills of Students Through the Development and Execution of an Orientation Program.  Am J Pharm Educ.  2010; 74 (5): Article 96.

7.  Farris, KB, Demb, A, Janke, KK, Kelly, K, Scott, SA., Assessment to Transform Competency-based Curricula.  Am J Pharm Educ.  2009; 73 (8): Article 158.

8.  Kroboth, P, Crismon, LM, Daniels, C, Hogue, M, Reed, L, Johnson, L, Robinson, S, Scott, S, Smith, M, Maine, L.  Getting to Solutions in Interprofessional Education: Report of the 2006-2007 Professional Affairs Committee.  Am J Pharm Educ.  2007; 71 (6): Article S19.

9.  Scott, SA. Utilizing the book Tuesdays with Morrie@ to focus on difficult to address outcome abilities.      Am. J. Pharm. Ed., 70: 57, (2006).

10. Scott, SA, Hagemeier, NE. Assessing Purdue University Pharmacy Students= Exploration of Pharmacy career Options: 2000-2004. Am. J. Pharm. Ed., 69: 58-59, (2005).