Monday, November 18, 2019

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University of Technology (UTech), Jamaica pharmacy students Danielle Dawkins Salmon and Nache Smith were Sunday presented with Vernon and Leila Robinson Scholarship awards following the Grace Allen-Young Memorial Lecture at the university's Papine, St Andrew, campus. Here Dawkins Salmon (second left), who received an award of $200,000, and Smith (second right), who was awarded $100,000, pose with plaques which were presented with their awards. They are joined by Alicia Smith (left), chairman, UTech, Jamaica Pharmacy Alumni; Danielle Robinson (centre), chairperson of the Vernon and Leila Robinson Foundation; and Dr Andrea Daley, head of the School of Pharmacy, UTech. Kevin O'Brien Chang, chairman of Fontana Pharmacies, delivered the Grace Allen-Young Memorial Lecture. (Photo: Joseph Wellington).

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