Scholarships support our future pharmapreneurs.
The University of Maryland School of Pharmacy is thankful for the support of its many donors. There are two scholarships dedicated to pharmapreneurship, which were created by pharmapreneurs associated with the School, that help attract students and provide merit-based financial support.
The Felix A. Khin-Maung-Gyi Memorial Scholarship for Pharmapreneurship was established in 2019 with a $750,000 gift from the Gyi family. It provides one full year of tuition for a student pharmacist who has demonstrated a commitment to entrepreneurship. The scholarship is named in honor of Felix A. Khin-Maung-Gyi, BSP ’83, PharmD, MBA, founder of Chesapeake Research Review and a beloved alumnus of the School of Pharmacy, who passed away in 2014.
Learn more about the Felix A. Khin-Maung-Gyi Memorial Scholarship, Felix Gyi, and the impact that the scholarship is making with students at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy.
The Wagner Family Scholarships in Pharmapreneurship was established by Daniel E. Wagner, JD '62, to honor his family's legacy at the School of Pharmacy. These scholarships support nine student pharmacists and provides a platform to support research and business ventures. Mr. Wagner is a powerful advocate for student success and has established a collection of annual endowed scholarships in honor of his family’s legacy at the School, which includes an impressive nine graduates.
Hear from former Wagner scholarship recipient, Alex Livingston, discuss his path to pharmacy school, the PharmD/MBA dual degree program, and his plans after graduation.