Andrew Clapper began working at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy in September 2008. His role as curricular and student affairs specialist is to act as a first point of contact for students seeking help and prospective students looking for information about the School’s programs, including admission. He also takes on an important role in many of the events that the Office of Curricular and Student Affairs organizes.
Clapper continues to help with social psychology research that takes place at the University.
Clapper lives in Chapel Hill, and he likes to spend time training for long-distance running events. He also is a fan of board games and computer games.
- Bachelor’s degree in psychology from UNC-Chapel Hill