Over the past year, Salus University has had the pleasure of welcoming new faculty and staff to its Physician Assistant (PA) Studies Department.
Education and impact. That, in short, is why Caitlyn Foy decided to pursue a master’s degree in Occupational Therapy at Temple University in Philadelphia. After obtaining a teaching in higher education certificate and adjunct teaching at Philadelphia University, she discovered Salus; the end result – helping to build the Occupational Therapy program from the ground up.
Twice a year, faculty members from across the Salus community gather for University Faculty Development Day, with a reception the evening before. The most recent event took place last week, January 5-6, providing professional development opportunities, important group discussions, and the chance to connect with fellow colleagues.
Described as an “all or none firing neuron” in high school, Dr. Kriti Bhagat didn’t quite understand its meaning until taking a neuroscience class during her undergraduate studies as a psychology major at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
As a former infantryman of the Second Ranger Battalion, David Smith, PA-C is no stranger to emergency medicine and critical care.