For four weeks throughout the summer, Emily Vasile, MAT, TVI, MS, CLVT, Blindness and Low Vision Studies (BLVS) instructor, packed her bags and moved into the dorms at Penn State’s main campus, along with 23 Pennsylvania high school students who have visual impairments. Each week, a different group of Salus Low Vision Rehabilitation (LVR) students arrived to work with the young adults on a variety of low vision rehabilitation skills.
Salus University encourages the community at large to take advantage of the fresh start prompted by the end of a year and the beginning of a New Year. Now is the time to reinforce positive habits that have possibly slowly dwindled away over the past several months. With that being said, here are some tips on how to be the best you in 2018!
Darryl M. Horn, PhD was recently appointed assistant professor of Basic and Biomedical Sciences.
Gone are the days of Helene Kaiser, OD ‘89, associate professor, bringing her video camera to her Clinical Skills course to ensure she could capture her lecture for the students who missed class or simply wanted to review what they learned. Prior to July 2017, performing ophthalmoscopy on each other was the only way for students to practice retinal examinations.
That’s Salus University Physician Assistant Studies student, Erik Baish ‘18, reveling in his somewhat offbeat hobby as…a lumberjack. Baish first entered the world of tree-cutting as a student at Colby College in Maine, where he was studying physics and mathematical science.