Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Studies, Clinical Associate Professor, College of Pharmacy
Dr. Kwiek’s research and outreach activities focus on the use of pharmacology as a context to engage science learners of all ages. She co-founded and co-leads Generation Rx, a national initiative aimed at promoting awareness of safe medication-taking practices and the dangers of prescription drug misuse. She is the Director of the Generation Rx Laboratory, an educational research laboratory at the Center for Science and Industry (COSI) in Columbus, Ohio. She also created the popular Pills, Potions, and Poisons summer science enrichment program for high school students.
In addition to her research and outreach work, Dr. Kwiek leads the College of Pharmacy’s undergraduate programming, including the Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences (BSPS) program, the Pharmaceutical Science minor, and General Education teaching. In her role, she is actively involved with curricular development and implementation, program creation, and enhancement of the university student experience.