Dr. Danielle Robbins graduates magna cum laude from college of pharmacy
Dr. Danielle Robbins graduated with magna cum laude honors and received a doctorate of pharmacy degree on May 7 from the St. Louis College of Pharmacy.
The ceremony was held at the Peabody Opera House in downtown St. Louis.
Dr. Robbins is the fifth person in her family to graduate from this institution. Her parents, brother and sister-in-law are also alumni.
The school is a private, seven-year college located in the St. Louis Central West End medical community. The St. Louis College of Pharmacy was founded in 1864. It is the oldest college of pharmacy west of the Mississippi River.
Dr. Robbins is the daughter of Eric and Cathy Robbins of Cape Girardeau. Her grandparents are Alfred and Wanda Atherton of Villa Ridge and Melvin and Rose Robbins of Morton.
She graduated from Notre Dame Regional High School in Cape Girardeau in 2010.
During her college years, Robbins was active in the Rho Chi Honor Society, the Greek fraternity Lambda Kappa Sigma, the Student Pharmacists Association, the Missouri Pharmacy Association and the STLCOP Catholic Student Organization.
She received the President’s Scholarships, the Charles Smith Scholarship, the Blumenthal Memorial Scholarship, and the Kloeppel Memorial Scholarship while in school.
Dr. Robbins is employed as a pharmacist by Southeast Health in Cape Girardeau.