University of Kansas School of Pharmacy Site



AllofE Solutions announced the release of a newly redesigned web site commissioned by the KU School of Pharmacy. The design is geared toward providing seamless integration between the main KU site and the School of Pharmacy site, as well as giving the site a progressive image. The improvements provide a comprehensive navigation structure to organize the hundreds of web pages in the site making it easier to navigate than ever before.

The site redesign works with the School of Pharmacy’s ContentM Content Management System from AllofE to make the school’s web presence both efficient and effective at delivering valuable and timely information to students, prospective students, and faculty. The site’s menu structure, look and feel, and front page layout have all been modified to give it fresher, cleaner feel, and to make it more readable and easier to navigate. Much more than just providing an interface for information, AllofE has leveraged their extensive site design and marketing know-how to provide the optimal online presence for the School of Pharmacy.

The site redesign is part of AllofE’s continued relationship with the School of Pharmacy. AllofE previously implemented a comprehensive Web Content Management system for the school. AllofE also provided the school with a custom-designed interface for collecting and evaluating financial aid applications. AllofE’s wealth of knowledge about the academic industry, gained from years of experience creating academic solutions of all kinds, has helped them to make this ongoing relationship a complete success for all concerned.

About the KU School of Pharmacy

The School of Pharmacy was established in 1885 and consists of four academic departments: Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacology & Toxicology, and Pharmacy Practice. The School has an enrollment of approximately 420 students in its Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) program and, 150 students that are practicing pharmacists with a Bachelors degree in Pharmacy are enrolled in a web-based program leading to a non-traditional Pharm.D. degree. The Pharm.D. program at KU is ranked #17 by U.S. News and World Report. A vigorous research and graduate training program is conducted by the 60 full-time faculty with external funding of over $16 million annually, 80 postdocs and a graduate enrollment of approximately 125 students seeking Ph.D. degrees in Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, and Pharmacology & Toxicology. Pharmacy Practice has a joint Masters degree/residency program with an enrollment of 6 students. The School is currently ranked #3 among all Schools of Pharmacy in NIH funding and has been within the top five for the past five years.