As Salus University’s tenth anniversary wraps up at the end of this year, the Office of Institutional Advancement recently hosted events to celebrate.
Radhika Aravamudhan, PhD, interim dean of the University’s Osborne College of Audiology, was recently elected as the vice chair for audiology for the Council on the Academic Accreditation (CAA) Board. She will start in January 2019.
There is art to observe, and then there is the art of observation. Recently, 52 first year Salus Physician Assistant Studies (PA) students stepped outside of their busy classroom and clinical routines and into the Philadelphia Museum of Art to participate in a workshop known as the Art of Observation.
The week leading up to Commencement is always a busy one full of events before graduates head out into the world with their new professional degrees in hand. But, on Thursday, October 11, family and friends gathered and watched proudly as graduates were presented with their hard-earned professional degrees at the University’s Fall Commencement at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts’ Perelman Theater in Philadelphia.
For the first time, the Physician Assistant Studies (PA) Long White Coat Ceremony was held in conjunction with the presentation of the PA Alumna of the Year Award Celebration on the evening of Wednesday, October 10.