The Center for Personal and Professional Development intends to use virtual communication to maintain the structure of their current schedule.
What’s the key component to social distancing success? Is it a fully-stocked pantry? Hordes of toilet paper? While both may come in handy, it’s most likely a cache of online resources that will get you through the weeks to come.
The uncertainty of having a formal chair for the Speech-Language Pathology department is now over after Robert Serianni was officially offered and accepted the position as announced Feb. 25, 2020, by Barry Eckert, PhD, provost and vice president of Academic Affairs of Salus.
How’s the Salus community handling the transition to remote learning and working? We asked for your workstation pics, productivity hacks and organizational tips while you practice social distancing, and here’s what you had to say.
Jacqueline Patterson, MPA, doesn’t want to play it safe. She thinks it’s important to take risks to learn so an institution can grow and challenge itself. That’s what she’s been doing as the interim vice president of Institutional Advancement and Community Relations at Salus University since being named to the position in June 2019. And, that’s what she said she will continue to do now that the “interim” tag has officially been removed from her title.
Sean Lewis ‘23OD wanted the students in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) program at Hardy Williams Mastery Charter High School in Philadelphia to take some knowledge home with them about the profession of optometry.