Lectureships

Andrew G. DuMez Memorial Lectureship Fund
Established in 1969 by gifts from Mrs. Mary Fields DuMez, in memory of her late husband, Andrew G. DuMez, who was Dean of the School of Pharmacy from 1926 to 1948. The income is to be used by the School to advance the pharmacy profession by providing the means for students and faculty to benefit from the knowledge of distinguished educators and leaders in pharmacy or the related health professions. The recipient of the lectureship is to be selected annually by a joint committee of members of the faculty and student body.

Francis S. Balassone Memorial Lecture Fund
Established in 1976 by the Maryland Pharmaceutical Association in memory of Francis Balassone, alumnus and faculty member of the School of Pharmacy. Mr. Balassone was executive secretary of the Maryland Board of Pharmacy and was instrumental in establishing the first school-based pharmacy student externship in the nation. The income will be used for an annual distinguished lecture program in the School of Pharmacy.

Paul A. Pumpian Memorial Lectureship Fund
Established in 1996 to provide support for an annual lectureship to be administered by the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy.