Salus Got Talent made a reappearance after a two-year hiatus, thanks to the National Optometric Student Association (NOSA), who planned and ran the show for the University community to enjoy.
Earlier this month, students from the University’s Physician Assistant Studies (PA) program visited the Philadelphia Museum of Art to participate in the second session of a workshop series known as the Art of Observation.
Three residents of Inglis House breezed into Founder’s Hall with speedy precision on their custom-adapted motorized chairs. Two residents used a joystick similar to the control device used for a video game to maneuver into the orientation room. These residents were all part of a panel of representatives from Inglis - a long-term care facility for adults with severe disabilities - who shared their stories with the University’s Physician Assistant (PA) Studies Class of 2020 on two recent visits.
When Viviana Di Stefano ‘20PA walks into a room, she is filled with confidence. With little to no digging, it is easy to find that Di Stefano is a strong and adaptable woman who doesn’t shy away from a challenge.
Salus students, faculty, and staff members gathered on Friday, February 8, for the University’s fifth annual Salus Awards Gala (SAG), hosted by the Campus Activities Committee, after it was rescheduled from November 15, 2018 when a heavy snow storm took the area by surprise.