For the Salus University Department of Speech-Language Pathology, being a young program at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) convention that took place in Philadelphia on November 17-19 was a winning combination.
Salus University Pennsylvania College of Optometry professor Joseph Toland OD ’54, MD, passed away on Sunday, December 4. In his announcement, President Mittelman—a student of Dr. Toland—called him a true icon, advocate, activist and leader who played a pivotal role in ensuring optometrists were able to practice at the levels at which they were being taught.
Success can often be defined by reaching personal accomplishments and goals, but for many, it’s not only what you achieve on your own, but how you inspire others along the way. For Kerry Lueders, a family member in the blindness and low vision field pointed her towards a lifetime of serving others
It’s official—for more than a decade now, a team of Salus University and Culinart Café staff members have provided Thanksgiving Day meals to a variety of community members.
Inspired by curiosity and all things related to the natural world, Dr. Martin Pienkowski found an interest in many things, but science was his main attraction growing up.