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It’s not unusual to see a white coat on the Salus University campus. After all, the school presents students with white coats as tangible proof that they have truly begun their professional journey.
But it was unusual to see a white coat – and a fancy one at that – at the annual Salus Soiree Nov. 15 at The Logan hotel and event center in Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania Sen. Maria Collett, who represents the 12th District across parts of Bucks and Montgomery counties, will deliver the keynote address at Salus University’s 119th Commencement at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct.15, at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts.
On the first clinic day of a mission trip to Guatemala, students met a child with cerebral palsy who had never been able to sit up. The boy had been going to physical therapy since birth, but he had not acquired the strength enough to hold himself in a seated position.
Raise your hand if you had “seeing the University president and dean of Student Affairs dancing in grass skirts” on your Fun Things to Do at Salus bingo card. But there they were – President Dr. Michael H. Mittelman and dean of Student Affairs Dr. James Caldwell – swiveling their hips and moving their grasses around to a Polynesian dance during the sixth annual Salus Scoop in the Hafter Student Community Center gymnasium Sept. 6.
A group of 21 students, led by Laine Higa, OD, assistant professor in the University’s Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO),PCO, and Navpreet Hehar, OD, PCO instructor, traveled to Panama Aug. 10-17, to bring much-needed medical eye care to those living in poverty who otherwise might not have a chance to receive such treatment.