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Drake leader named Manchester pharmacy dean

Rospond

Raylene Rospond has been named vice president and dean of Manchester University's College of Pharmacy, effective June 30, the university has announced.

Rospond, deputy provost at Drake University, will succeed Dave McFadden, who assumes Manchester's presidency on July 1, the North Manchester university said in a statement.

At Drake, the statement said, Rospond spent 10 years as pharmacy and health services dean. It said she led strategic plans that gained re-accreditation of the pharmacy program, new laboratories and enhanced physical facilities.

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