Bradley Foundation awards $75,000 for Concordia Pharmacy School scholarships

Mequon-based Concordia University Wisconsin’s Galen Society Scholarship Fund, set up for the new School of Pharmacy, was recently awarded $75,000 by The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee. The Fund is designed to award scholarship support to pharmacy students.
“We’re honored to have the prestigious Bradley Foundation support this important health care initiative in our community and state,” said Curt Gielow, executive dean of the CUW School of Pharmacy.
CUW broke ground on its new School of Pharmacy building in mid May, and more than 70 students will begin taking classes in the Concordia Pharmacy program this fall.
“The Bradley brothers were always interested in supporting both higher education and local community institutions,” said Dan Schmidt, vice president for program at The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation. “As part of carrying out the brothers’ legacy, the foundation’s board of directors is proud to support Concordia University, one of southeastern Wisconsin’s best institutions of higher learning.”
The new Pharmacy School building is scheduled to be completed in time for the start of fall 2011 classes.

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