President Toyin Tofade

10th President of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

 

Presidential Priorities

1
Increase Enrollment
2
Enhance Awareness and Reputation
3
Identify and Create Multiple Revenue Streams
4
Increase Intentional Engagement
5
Strengthen the Foundations of the College
6
Keep Listening, Learning, and Executing in Alignment with the Strategic Plan
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Strategic Vision
ACPHS is in the process of developing a new 2024-2029 Strategic Plan to build on the progress of our current strategic plan. Together we have identified five pillars to focus our future efforts based on intentional underpinnings of reputation and diversity, equity and inclusion, including:

1. Academic excellence
2. Quality student experiences
3. People and culture
4. Engaging with communities
5. Fiscal health and sustainability

We will be nimble and pivot as professions and higher education evolve. We anticipate that the new plan will be launched January 2024.

Please visit the 2019-2024 Strategic Plan for more information and stay tuned for updates on the 2024-2029 Strategic Plan – which is critical to informing where to focus our institutional energy to create a sustainable future for our college.
Welcome

Toyin Tofade, MS, PharmD, BCPS, CPCC, FFIP, is the 10th president of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. The first Black woman appointed president in the College’s history, she began her service on July 1, 2022.

Follow President Tofade on Twitter and LinkedIn and Apple Podcast.

Meet the President

2022-2023 Annual Report on Priorities

 

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Named to Power 50

President and Professor Toyin Tofade has been named to the Albany Business Review’s 2023 Power 50 listing.

Members of the Power 50 are chosen for the role they plan in in shaping the region. The editorial staff of the Business Review select the honorees.

President Tofade is leading the charge on educating the next generation of health science leaders and we're so grateful for her guidance and encouragement as the College's 10th president!

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2023 Breakthroughs Magazine

ACPHS' updated magazine, Breakthroughs, is here. The inaugural issue highlights ways ACPHS facilitates entry into traditional and emerging fields.

We encourage everyone to provide feedback on the 2023 Breakthroughs Magazine by Friday, November 17, 2023.

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NEWS & EVENTS

NEWS

Heroic Alum’s Story Told in Artifacts Now at the College
For as long as Bob Tyndall can remember, an engraved silver bowl sat in the center of the dining room table of his childhood home, commemorating the commissioning of the U...

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NEWS

Panther Profile:
Lieutenant Commander Gavin O’Brien ‘17 began his career with the U...

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EVENTS

Nov 8
Lecture: Advocacy in the Media and Public Health
On Wednesday, November 8 from 2 - 3 pm EST, join Chris Schueler, Emmy Award-winning documentary producer, and Dr...

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EVENTS

Nov 8
Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion: “Invisible Corps, In Service of Health”
“When you think of some of the most difficult, challenging tragedies or public health challenges that we've experienced over the last several decades, the US Public Health Service has been there from the start: after 9/11, after hurricanes, after Sandy, after Deepwater Horizon or the Boston Marathon bomb…...

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