Since her freshman year, Eve Carciofi has been continuously involved in a well-rounded roster of activities, all while pursuing her Doctorate of Pharmacy. From serving as the secretary of Hampden Hall and working as an America Reads classroom assistant, to performing in the Stageless Players production of Beauty and the Beast, Eve has truly explored every opportunity. One of her favorite experiences was her study abroad trip to Sorrento, Italy. She says that her time in Italy was the most incredible three weeks of her life.
Eve has been involved in the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), and will serve as president this year. Each fall she organizes Mental Illness Awareness Week and leads a team in the Out of the Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention. A large portion of her time has also included helping build a house for Habitat for Humanity, as well as making crafts, playing bingo, and writing letters to her pen pal at the Wellington senior living facility.
This year, Eve will serve as Vice President of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, and will help to organize the Clinical Research Challenge for the College of Pharmacy. In the fall of 2018, she scored in the top spot of those competing to be on the team for WNE College of Pharmacy’s Clinical Research Challenge team.
This past summer has been especially busy for Eve as she worked at Massachusetts General Hospital in Central Pharmacy Distribution, and will continue to work there throughout the school year. She also spent the summer working on a research project with Dr. Shannon Kinney and Dr. Arin Whitman on Integrated Education which will be published in the American Journal of Pharmacy Education. After she receives her Doctor of Pharmacy degree, she plans to complete two years of residency and wants to specialize in oncology.