Emily Bennett

Student Spotlight

This student is featured for exemplary work during experiential education.

OEP January Spotlight EB

The preceptor had this to say about Emily:

APPE Rotation at UF College of Pharmacy-Orlando

“Two students on our academic rotation embody attributes that the University of Florida College of Pharmacy aims to instill in its graduates. Emily Bennett and (Student) are the epitome of what every student should aspire to be, both as students on rotation and as soon-to-be pharmacists in the real world. They approach every opportunity with enthusiasm, accept every challenge with a positive can-do attitude, and embrace every challenge as a way to grow themselves personally and professionally. Emily and (Student) take the initiative by stepping up, performing beyond expectations, and looking for ways to be an integral part of the team. They are kind-hearted, patient, intuitive, and welcome the chance to mentor. I’ve had the pleasure to work with many great students over the years, and (Student) and Emily are a true model of excellence. They represent the COP with grace and a phenomenal mindset. They are going to make fantastic pharmacists,  as they are already great human beings.”

What was your favorite part of this rotation?

“I loved getting to work alongside the Orlando professors that taught me for the past 3 years. I truly felt like a valuable member of the team, and there was so much for me to learn from the other side of the classroom.”

What advice do you have for pharmacy students preparing for rotations?

“Keep an open mind and always show up ready to help in any way you can. The day may not have in store what you thought, but your eagerness to learn and grow will always shine through. You never know – it could end up being exactly what you needed!”

What are your plans after graduation?

“I plan to apply for a PGY1 residency in general adults before I specialize in a PGY2.”

What is a fun fact about you?

“Besides loving the sciences, I am a huge musical theater nerd! I even sang the national anthem at my class’s white coat ceremony.”