MORGANTOWN, W.Va. —Two local residents were awarded doctor of pharmacy degrees from the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy.
Nicholas Gregg of Oakland is the son of Fred and Carol Gregg. He is a graduate of Southern Garrett High School and a graduate of Shenandoah University with a bachelor’s degree in biology. While studying at the WVU School of Pharmacy, Dr. Gregg was a member of the WVU chapter of the National Community Pharmacists Association. He will be employed in community pharmacy practice in Oakland, Md.
Emily S. Jordan of Cumberland is the daughter of Roberta S. Mason and the late Ernest P. Jordan and granddaughter of Esther Mason and the late Hazel Jordan. She is a graduate of Fort Hill High School and a graduate of Potomac State College of WVU with an associate degree of arts. While studying at the WVU School of Pharmacy, Dr. Jordan served as president of the WVU chapter of the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy and business plan co-chair of the WVU chapter of the National Community Pharmacists Association. She was also a member of the Alpha Omicron chapter of the Lambda Kappa Sigma international professional pharmacy fraternity. She was a recipient of the Lalitta Nash McKaig Foundation Scholarship and was also the recipient of the Robert and Stephany Ruffolo Endowed Scholarship from the WVU School of Pharmacy. Jordan is the first person in her family to graduate with a doctorate degree.