Zada Cooper Scholarship Applications
Due November 30, 2020

The Zada M. Cooper Scholarship was established in 1955 in honor of Kappa Epsilon’s founder, Zada M. Cooper. Recognizing superior achievement, the scholarship is supported by a small percentage of each member’s national dues in addition to KE Members who donate to the KE Foundation Scholarship Fund. This award consists of five $1000 scholarships that are presented annually to active collegiate members by the KE Foundation.

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The Zada Network

The Zada Network introduces its inaugural virtual book club meeting featuring “The Silent Patient” by Alex Michaelides. Our first live Zoom meeting will take place on November 10, 2020 at 6:00 PM CST and is open for both collegiate and alumni members. There is no need to register, so just grab a blanket, your book, and lets chat! We look forward to seeing you soon!

The Zada Network introduces its inaugural virtual book club meeting featuring “The Silent Patient” by Alex Michaelides. Our first live Zoom meeting will take place on November 10, 2020 at 6:00 PM CST and is open for both collegiate and alumni members. The book can be purchased or rented at most sellers such as Amazon, Kindle, Audible, and Apple as a book or audiobook. This is a wonderful opportunity to take some time for yourself and connect with your brothers and sisters. Believe us when we say, you won’t regret it! There is no need to register, so just grab a blanket, your book, and lets chat! We look forward to seeing you soon!

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FREE Your Financial Pharmacist Webinar: 5 Keys to Improving Your Financial Fitness

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FREE Your Financial Pharmacist Webinar: 5 Keys to Improving Your Financial Fitness

Kappa Epsilon is ECSTATIC to present our November webinar focused on financial success! Tim Ulbrich is a pharmacist and created his own company called "Your Financial Pharmacist"! He has graciously agreed to speak to our members about 5 Keys to Improving Your Financial Fitness on Wednesday, November 11th at 7PM CST.

Standing Up for Racial Justice: A Call to Action
Webinar – December 9, 2020

In support our of diverse membership and community we serve, we have asked to Dr. Lakesha Butler, PharmD, BCPS to speak to us on December 9, 2020, at 7 PM CST. Dr. Butler is the current president of the National Pharmaceutical Association AND initiated member of Kappa Epsilon (Alpha Delta). 

Chapters should strongly encourage your members to attend this webinar as educating ourselves how racism affects our members and our patients can only make us stronger as a fraternity! 

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Join Us for a New Member Education Trivia Night!

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Join Us for a New Member Education Trivia Night!

Live Trivia Night Event aimed at helping our chapter New Member Educators out with finishing off of the education period before initiation! Join us for team competitions, prizes, and bragging rights for the fall recruitment class!

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KE Fraternity

The mission of Kappa Epsilon is to unite pharmacy students, faculty, and alumni dedicated to empower its members to achieve personal and professional competence, to develop leaders within the profession and community, and to provide professional and philanthropic services.

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KE Foundation

The purpose of the Kappa Epsilon Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, is to establish, foster and promote scholarships, educational programs and research projects in the field of pharmacy.

Thank you for your tax-deductible contribution.

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KE Alumni Leadership Podcast Newest Release

Priyanka Thundiyath, VP Alumni Development Intern, reviews the book "Essentialism - The Disciplined Pursuit of Less" by Greg McKeown highlighting what is essentialism and how these practices can be integrated into your work and leadership styles! Check out the podcast today:

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Celebrating 100th Year Anniversary
August 4 – 7, 2021 | Bethesda, Maryland
More information to come!
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The mission of Kappa Epsilon is to unite pharmacy students, faculty, and alumni dedicated to empower its members to achieve personal and professional competence, to develop leaders within the profession and community, and to provide professional and philanthropic services.

Collegiate Chapters

Becoming a Member of Kappa Epsilon typically begins at the collegiate level with entry into a Collegiate Chapter inducted at a college or school of pharmacy. A life journey, your participation as Kappa Epsilon Members places you among a long line of historic greats who have significantly contributed to various disciplines of pharmacy and many communities throughout the United States at the local and national levels.

Alumni Chapters

Alumni Chapters offer the opportunity for Kappa Epsilon Members to continue the fraternal bond and share involvement in National Projects that support the work of Breast Cancer Awareness, health care initiatives and community outreach. To date, Kappa Epsilon offers participation in fifteen active Alumni Chapters in major communities across the United States.

Advisors

Each Collegiate Chapter is assigned a faculty Advisor by the Dean of the School or College of Pharmacy where the said chapter is established. The Chapter Advisor serves as a mentor and guide for each chapter throughout each academic year and is the cornerstone for consistency over time.

Start a Collegiate Chapter

Three prerequisites must be met at a college or school of pharmacy in order to proceed with the colonization process to induct the founding members and confirm status as a KE Collegiate Chapter.

Our Latest News

Check out our latest news stories. Kappa Epsilon has a lot of things going on and we want you to be able keep up with everything that we do!

Merck/Vanguard Leadership Award Winner 2020

Congrats Laura Wilson (Mu Chapter) Laura Wilson is an Outcomes Liaison Associate Director for the North America Diabetes and Cardiovascular Division (DCV) of Sanofi.   She received her Doctorate in Pharmacy from the University of Kansas and participated in a...

Alumni Highlights

We would like to highlight one of our amazing Alumni. Sherrill Brown (Delta) was elected Secretary of Knowledge Management for the Library and Information Sig at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (ACCP). Sherrill is also an advisor for Delta Chapter in...

Promotional Video Contest

UF College of Pharmacy Jacksonville (beta alpha chapter)’s completed submission for the Promotional Video Contest: Please click on the link to view Beta Alpha Chapters Video https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cMt02cBNuT1NU0SfG0VKXwepOpC8RUNn/view?usp=sharing

Prospective Members

Today, both men and women are KE Members. We encourage all pharmacy students who are interested in becoming involved with a professional pharmacy fraternity to consider becoming a member of Kappa Epsilon. All pharmacy students attending a designated college or university where a Kappa Epsilon Chapter is active may contact the respective Chapter President or faculty-assigned Advisor.

Members

The members of the Kappa Epsilon Fraternity encourage one another to become capable pharmacists and share the bond of a lifelong commitment of loyalty and friendship.

Contact Us Today to Learn More About Kappa Epsilon!