Assistant Dean for Student Affairs & Community Engagement
School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Doctor of Pharmacy, School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
- Advanced Service Learning: Culturally Competent Approach to Wellness
- Advanced Service Learning: Culturally Competent Approach to Serving Veterans Beyond the Curriculum
- Expanding Horizons Beyond the Curriculum, Foundations in Pharmacy Education Beyond the Curriculum
- Preparing Practitioners
- Introduction to Service Learning: Culturally Competent Approach to Low-Income/Homeless Populations
- Service Learning: Culturally Competent Approach to Geriatrics Populations
- Service Learning: Culturally Competent Approach to Pediatric Populations
- Service Learning: Culturally Competent Approach to Low-Income/Homeless Populations
School of Public and Global Affairs
- Technology Foundations in Higher Education
- Transitioning to University Life
- Preparing for Professional Life
- EdD, Fairleigh Dickinson University
- MSEd, Baruch College
- BSEd, St. John’s University
Dr. Patricia Lemmerman (she/her/hers) joined the School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences at Fairleigh Dickinson University in March 2015. Dr. Lemmerman is a student affairs professional with over 15 years of experience. In her role as Assistant Dean for Student Affairs & Community Engagement. Patricia oversees new student orientation, student services, advising, and student organizations within the pharmacy, physician assistant studies, public health, social work, and occupational therapy programs. Patricia works alongside Academic Affairs & Enrollment Services to enhance admissions, co-curricular programming, academic advising, and student progression.
Dr. Lemmerman has been instrumental in the development, implementation, and assessment of a co-curricular pathway program for the Doctor of Pharmacy program. For the past 5 years, she has served as Co-Chair of the Co-Curricular Committee. She worked to develop an engaging method of delivery by introducing the use of the Anthology Engage student engagement software platform. Most recently, this platform has been expanded to all programs of study within the School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences.
Patricia’s passion for education is exemplified through the multiple courses she has taught at Fairleigh Dickinson University for both undergraduate and graduate studies. Currently, in the Doctor of Pharmacy program, Patricia leads five service-learning courses focused on culturally competent approaches to patient populations and the pharmacist’s role within those populations. The initial populations which were identified led to the development of three courses with a focus on cultural competency in the pediatric, homeless/low-income & geriatric populations. Through the success of the initial courses, two advanced-level courses were developed with a focus on wellness and veteran populations. In each of these courses, students are led through both didactic coursework and hands-on service work with community partners in each area.
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