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PC Trustees Vote to Start New Pharmacy School in S.C.
Date:2/27/2008

s studied the report seriously and made recommendations," he said.

Gouge likened the process to conducting research in a chemical laboratory - testing hypotheses and making discoveries.

"We went into this as objectively as we possibly could," he said. "We kept our minds open and probably the most difficult thing I had to face was to maintain my objectivity because the more we uncovered, the more enthusiastic I became supporting the idea."

PC joins a number of schools have established graduate programs in concert with their undergraduate liberal arts programs - including the University of the South, Washington and Lee University, Furman University and Rhodes College.

"Our action today provides another avenue to prepare servant leaders for our communities," said trustee chairman Bill Shearer. "It is a significant accomplishment for Presbyterian College, for all who share its mission, and one day for the people its graduates will serve. We look forward to that day."


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