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Keith Campbell
December 4, 2017

R. Keith Campbell, a member of WSU’s pharmacy faculty for 45 years and a national leader in pharmacy and diabetes research died Nov. 11, 2017.

WSU Pharmacy Professor R. Keith Campbell to retire
September 4, 2013

By Lori J. Maricle, College of Pharmacy


Keith Campbell, WSU College of PharmacySPOKANE, Wash. – Longtime faculty member and expert on diabetes management R. Keith Campbell is retiring this fall after 45 years in the College of Pharmacy at Washington State University. Campbell plans to continue to work on the Pullman campus as a faculty emeritus. Campbell will be honored at a retirement celebration October 5 at the Spokane Club.


“It is very difficult to encapsulate Keith Campbell’s impact on the College of Pharmacy and the profession because it is so immense,” said … » More …

Rotations to make your head spin
February 2, 2007

Photo: Terri Levien, center, WSU faculty member/preceptor, talks with students in the Drug Information Center at WSU Spokane. (Photo by Luke Rice.)

“Take 94 senior pharmacy students times seven six-week internships apiece — that is about 658 rotations to be assigned, monitored, coordinated — and then there’s the geographical tweaking to make it all work.”

So begins Luke Rice, the exceptionally organized coordinator for the Advanced Practice Experience Program (APE) in the College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacotherapy, at WSU Spokane.

Required for all pharmacy students in their final year of study, the APE provides the students with experiential, hands-on learning. 

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Keith Campbell nabs distinguished professorship
July 22, 2004

R. Keith Campbell, a Washington State University pharmacy faculty member, has been named the first J. Roberts and Marcia Fosberg Distinguished Professor of Pharmacy, effective July 1.Campbell has been at the College of Pharmacy for 36 years and is a well-known expert in diabetes.After years of teaching and administrative duties, the endowment from the Fosbergs will enable Campbell to focus full-time on diabetes care programs.“With the rapid increase in diabetes we would like to devote as much attention as possible to the disease, especially when we have someone like Keith Campbell on our faculty,” said William E. Fassett, dean of the college. “Campbell has long … » More …