The Center for Personal and Professional Development intends to use virtual communication to maintain the structure of their current schedule.
Within a year after graduating from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO), David Meltzer, OD ‘02, FAAO, found himself in Iraq as part of the First Armored Division, embedded with the 47th Forward Support Battalion stationed at the Baghdad Airport during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Dr. Malloy has been at Salus University for 25 years, the past 18 years as chief of Neuro-Ophthalmic Disease — a specialty discipline that studies vision related problems and issues associated with the brain, nerves, and muscles — at The Eye Institute (TEI).
It was a “big E” experience that convinced Tiffani Methvien, OD ‘19, to become an optometrist.
As post-pandemic life continues to move toward normalcy and Bre Myers, AuD ‘06, PhD ‘17, CH-AP transitions back to teaching on campus full-time, the one most affect-ed by those developments might be her bulldog Scarlet.
There is nothing to fear from change. And, sometimes, audiologists need to put themselves in a position where they are the instruments of change. That’s the message Elizabeth Patterson, AuD ‘09.