July 15, 2022

Faculty and students traveled across the globe during summer and spring breaks, using healthcare as a tool to share the hope of the Gospel. Hundreds of people had their lives changed, both physically and spiritually.

Caring Partners Guatemala Trip

Three P3 students and Dr. Bethany Sibbitt, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice, served the people of Guatemala.

3 students and 1 professor posing in front of blue sky and mountains

World Gospel Mission in Honduras

Four P3 students and Dr. Jeff Huston, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, served the people of Choluteca, Honduras.

Group of people in medical scrubs pose in a clinic

Ghana, Africa

Victor Letsa, third-year pharmacy student, went to Ghana, Africa, where he provided medical education and health-screenings to those in the community and served at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. 

Pharmacist listening to African child's heart

Clinica Esperanze in Honduras

Three pharmacy students served at Clinica Esperanze in Honduras.

One male and three female students in medical scrubs

Caring Partners Guatemala:

Several pharmacy students; Dr. Martha Abraham, Instructor of Pharmacy Practice; and alumnus Dr. Leno Abraham spent their spring break serving in Guatemala.

Group of students on medical missions trip


Two P3 students spent spring break serving in Ecuador with Santiago Partnership.

Four females posing on missions trip


Several pharmacy students and Dr. Thad Franz, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, served in India this summer.

Group poses in front of a temple in India

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