When one door opens, another closes. We’ve all heard that cliché. But many of the doors around Salus University – both at The Eye Institute’s (TEI) Oak Lane campus and the main campus in Elkins Park, Pa. – were open, warm and welcoming to kick off the season last week with the annual holiday party and door decorating contest.
Being away from family around the holidays can be difficult for a lot of people. But Salus University tries to make that time away a little easier to handle for many of its international students.
The Crozier Family name can be traced back to the founding of the Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO), and through various family members, has played an instrumental role throughout the 100 years of what is now Salus University.
Dr. Pelino, assistant professor in the University’s Pennsylvania College of Optometry, recently presented an on-campus lecture titled “Longevity through the EYE of the Beholder,” which explored the nature (genetics) versus nurture (the role of the environment) debate in longevity.
Many staff and faculty members at Salus are well known and respected for their work in their chosen profession. But there are many that take that proverbial left turn out of the parking lot and devote time to a totally different profession. One such person is Lisa Lonie, the executive assistant to president Michael Mittelman.