Salus University has recently been approved by the Continuing Education Board (CEB) of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) to offer continuing education courses for audiologists and speech-language pathologists.
As Salus University educates additional students to become valuable members of the healthcare team, the University has an increased need for medium-sized classrooms that provide a comfortable and flexible learning environment and use contemporary learning technology.
With a heart and smile as big as he is tall, Alfred Mwamba, AuD ’15, is the first – and currently only – certified audiologist in his native Zambia, which has a population of 15 million. His certification number is 00001.
For more than a half century, John Duncan Robinson, OD ’54, was an influential and driving force for the profession of optometry from his home base in Wallace, North Carolina.
This year’s Alumni Weekend (April 1-3) had much to offer PCO and Salus graduates. The weekend contained many opportunities for attendees to renew old friendships, visit campus and clinical facilities, and attend receptions and the awards dinner.