Michelle (Kaufman) Musser, Toxicology '05; Pharmacy Doctorate, The Ohio State University
In my toxicology program I was able to complete a self-directed, animal-based research project. Although I do not participate in this type of research now, having this opportunity expanded my personal experience in the basic sciences, giving me a more robust understanding than your typical pharmacy student, which in turn truly helped me be a more successful applicant, student and pharmacist. I can say, without a doubt, that I have absolutely no regrets about my time at Ashland and would not be the person I am today without the experience. The combination of the unique educational experiences, personal attention and extensive campus involvement made my four years at Ashland very enjoyable and helped prepare me professionally. The focus on teaching and personal attention that I experienced as a student while at Ashland University is something that I try to emulate as a current faculty member in hopes that my students have a college experience like I did.