The Center for Personal and Professional Development intends to use virtual communication to maintain the structure of their current schedule.
During her sophomore year at Gannon University, a liberal arts college in Erie, Pennsylvania, Olivia Burger ‘22OD attended a musical festival in nearby Pittsburgh. She was writing for the college newspaper at the time, but had not been into photojournalism at that point.
While filming The College Tour segment focused on Career Flexibility, Jaqueline Wiafe ‘24AUD was a first-year Doctor of Audiology student. During her time on camera, she educated the audience about the various career settings and the flexibility achieving a degree from Salus University affords its graduates.
When Kathy Foltner, AuD ‘02, was in school, she was fortunate enough to have four years of private high school and four years of college paid for by her mother. When it came time for her master’s degree, her mother was sup-portive of the effort, but told Foltner “you need to figure out how to pay for it because I’m done paying for school.”
As a youngster, Korey Patrizi, OD, Resident ‘21, had some significant eye issues. She was in and out of eye doctors’ offices and even had a couple of surgeries over the years to correct her problems. So she definitely wasn’t a stranger to the optometry profession.
Too busy to keep up with current events at Salus University? Think again. Here’s the TLDR (too long; didn’t read) of some of the most-read stories from August. “Sal’s Shorts” provides clips of the University’s latest news and happenings.