On the evening of Thursday, April 5, students from the Class of 2018 Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) program exhibited their capstone project posters to an attentive audience in the Hafter Student Community Center’s Bennett Lounge.
On Wednesday, April 4, faculty, staff and students from across the University’s programs – including Optometry, Audiology, Speech-Language Pathology, and for the first time Physician Assistant Studies – participated in an interprofessional screening event at the Community College of Philadelphia’s Northwest Regional Center.
Jadyn Sharber ‘18OT came to Salus University to become an occupational therapist but when she arrived, she also became a LGBTQ rights advocate.
This past fall, a group of students from programs across the University were selected to receive travel grants from the University’s Alumni Association. These grants assisted students attending professional conferences in order to present academic and professional posters; expand their knowledge in their field; and network with future colleagues and employers.
The University’s Speech-Language Institute (SLI) recently launched ‘Raise Your Voice’ - a new support group to assist those in the transgender community with voice and communication skills.