Too busy to keep up with current events at Salus University? Think again. “Sal’s Shorts” provides clips of the University’s latest news and happenings. Here’s some of the most-read stories from March.
OT Students Learn How They Can Help Refugee Children
To help ensure refugee children have a healthy start to their lives in the United States, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) recently shared information with the University’s Occupational Therapy (OT) students on how to make that happen. Read more here.
Benjamin Gustin '23OD Wins the Best Practices Student Scholarship
When Benjamin Gutsin '23OD started his educational journey at the University at Buffalo (UB), he pursued a bachelor’s degree in business and finance and briefly worked for a consulting firm upon graduation, all the while knowing a healthcare career would be in his future. Read more about his journey here
One Year Later: Bringing Hollywood to Elkins Park
Last year, at this time, a team from The College Tour visited the Elkins Park, Pennsylvania campus to film and feature our students and faculty highlighting what makes Salus University unique and stand out ahead of the pack. One of eight universities featured during Season One, Salus was the only post-graduate health science distinct university highlighted. Read more here
Ukrainian Students at Salus Help Gather Supplies, Raise Awareness
Salus University students Alexandra Domaradsky ‘22PA
and Jamie Dorotov ‘23SLP
didn’t know it, but they both were having the same thought at about the same time: What can I do to help the people of Ukraine after an unprovoked attack on their country by Russian dictator Vladimir Putin thrust them into war? Read more about what they're doing to help here
Excitement, Anxiety Over Match Day 2022
There’s always some buzz and anxiety surrounding Match Day, when all residency programs and candidates who applied received their results on where they ultimately matched after a season of residency interviews, which begins in October and closes at the end of February annually. Read more about Match Day 2022 here