The start of the New Year often means fresh starts and eyes wide open to new possibilities and learning, which is why it’s a perfect time to hold the first of two University Faculty Development Day sessions. Every year, faculty members across the University become students for a day and a half of workshops ranging in topics from team building to personal and professional growth.
Dr. Scharre recently retired as the University’s provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, and moved to Northern Virginia to spend more quality time with her growing family. Undoubtedly, she will now have ample time to focus on the non-academic aspects of her life, but says she’ll miss the pace and the decision making of being provost, as well as her Salus colleagues.
Lawrence Green was recently named director of Institutional Advancement.
Recently, members of the Salus community, both faculty and students alike, attended the 2018 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Convention in Boston.
Bisant Labib, OD, FAAO, assistant professor and co-chief of Suite 3 in the Primary Care Services at The Eye Institute, was recently named a Diplomate in the Comprehensive Eye Care section of the American Academy of Optometry (AAO) – making her the youngest woman ever to reach such an accomplishment.