A native of Montana, Jamie Maffit grew up surrounded by the great outdoors and everything illustrated in country tunes written about small hometowns. When researching undergraduate institutions, she decided to pursue a bachelor’s degree at the University of Montana, double majoring in Sociology and French. Upon graduating, she spent one year as an AmeriCorps volunteer working closely with underserved teens at a middle school just outside of Portland, Oregon.
This year’s Tinnitus Awareness Week is February 6-12, and Salus University educators stress that the need for knowledge surrounding this condition is great. According to the American Tinnitus Association (ATA), this condition—commonly referred to as “ringing in the ears”—affects nearly 45 million people in the United States and of those, 20 million have chronic tinnitus.
A Salus Pennsylvania College of Optometry tradition continued on Friday, January 27, at the annual EyeBall, a night of dinner and dancing.
At an early age, Dr. Bre Myers acquired a profound love for music and found herself intrigued at how certain songs, sounds, and lyrics could generate such intense feelings in different individuals. Studying the ear appeared to be a natural fit for her.
While the University’s new Learning Resource Center has been open and available for student use since January 9, a ceremonial ribbon-cutting ceremony took place Monday afternoon for the Board of Trustees and other stakeholders including both the construction project managers, designers and architects, inviting all to browse the finished product.