November 23, 2021

Alumna returns to COP in new role

By: Chardonnay Ismail

Kayla Antosz, is a 2019 Pharm.D. graduate, and she's returned to the College of Pharmacy as a faculty member.

Antosz is a clinical instructor and lead pharmacist with the Antimicrobial Stewardship Collaborative of South Carolina. 

“I did not think going into residency that I wanted to teach at all,” Antosz says. “I had become interested in antimicrobial stewardship, but the more I got involved in my residency, I became more confident in my knowledge and in sharing that with others.”

Antosz never imagined she'd return to the College as a faculty member, but she is grateful to give back and advises students to be open-minded in their careers.

“Say yes to opportunities because you don’t know if it is something you might want to do down the road,” she says. “I consider myself extremely lucky to be able to give back to the college where I learned so much.”

Read the full story, written by Margaret Gregory, on the College of Pharmacy website.

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