In partnership with Concordia University Wisconsin (CUW), Xibitz employed a healthy dose of creativity to help shape CUW’s Dohmen Museum of Pharmacy.
The School of Pharmacy is committed to the development of pharmacists who are servant leaders, dedicated to providing value-based, patient-centered care that improves the health of communities in rural and urban areas through excellence in teaching, research, service and practice. As one of only two schools in its state to offer a doctor of pharmacy degree, CUW’s 57,000-square-foot School of Pharmacy is housed in a “transformational building” featuring state-of-the-art lecture halls, classrooms and research facilities. The museum is a signature feature of this impressive structure.
Working with the Concordia team, Xibitz developed exhibits and interactive elements addressing a wide variety of issues, including the evolving role of the pharmacist through innovations in safety and drug regulations, industry trends and advancements in technology and manufacturing, and resulting workplace changes.