In accordance with the Process to Reopen Pennsylvania, we have resumed limited university operations effective June 8, 2020.
CPPD intends to use virtual communication to maintain the structure of their current schedule.
Like many events this spring, the University’s sixth annual Salus Awards Gala (SAG), originally planned for April 17, was derailed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The celebratory event, normally hosted by the Campus Activities Committee, is traditionally a gala affair for the entire University community, with tuxedos and gowns and high spirits to pair with a full buffet dinner.
Old McDonald has nothing on Tracy Offerdahl-McGowan, PharmD. When she’s not teaching Salus students in her role as a pharmacist, she’s a “farmacist.”
The answers 12 students gave to a question about ice cream offered a bit of levity to the post-baccalaureate virtual celebration May 13, 2020, which was held to recognize the accomplishments of those students.
June is National Aphasia Awareness Month and as a result, we wanted to highlight a podcast Q and A with Alison Finkelstein, MA, CCC-SLP, clinical educator at the Speech-Language Institute (SLI). According to the National Aphasia Association, 2 million people in the United States have the communication disorder, but 84.5% of Americans state they’ve never heard the term aphasia before.
Faye Miller, O&M ’14, earned her certificate in Orientation and Mobility (O&M) in 2014 from Salus University. Devoted to her work at the Oklahoma School for the Blind (OSB), she serves as a full-time O&M instructor and also as the coordinator of the Oklahoma Regional Braille Challenge and Oklahoma Regional Cane Quest.