Salus University and its clinical facilities will be closed Monday, January 20th in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We will open with normal operating hours on Tuesday, January 21st.
Cows aren’t usually associated with the holidays. But when Madison Dunning ‘23OD saw a cow on a holiday sweater at a department store, she had to have it.
The OLE program, which has been a part of the University’s Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO) for approximately four decades, is designed to offer participants an opportunity to step into the shoes of students in the Doctor of Optometry (OD) program, as well as offer a general outlook on the profession of optometry as a whole.
It seemed like a perfect fit to Sheldon Simpson. And, it was. When approached by Salus, Simpson, president of the Hogs & Honeys Foundation for Kids, and his organization were interested in making a contribution to the University’s “Looking Out for Kids” (LOFK) initiative.
While he lives in the here and now – just like the rest of us — University president Dr. Michael Mittelman is always looking ahead. And, he has a sense that his passion for advanced planning might sometimes wear on the people closest to him.
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.