We may not be in the Learning Resource Center
, but the staff is working for students and faculty to get them resources they need.
Charlie Frank, MS
Database and Systems Administrator
Moving this Saturday, so trying to keep as much of this up as possible, but the walls are looking a bit empty! My new coworker is not nearly as helpful as my old coworkers, but she is still great company.
Andrew Meagher, OD '15, Resident '16, FAAO
Assistant Professor of Optometry
For organization I've made a folder and subfolders dedicated to every area I am responsible for (see attached), compiled in folders on my laptop useful past lectures to use for online and made sure I won’t be running out of coffee any time soon!
My workstation has a view outside so I don't feel too stir crazy during these secluded times with a picture attached.
Marietta Dooley, MSLIS
Learning Resource Center Services, Director
I wanted to share one of my home office assistants! This is Moonbeam the chinchilla. She’s almost 5 years old, and I adopted her right after I first came to Salus (my anniversary is the end of May).
She swears she is helping, and wants to remind everyone that the LRC staff is here to help you with research and articles.
I hope we brighten everyone’s day a little bit during this new and trying experience for us all.
Emily Vasile, MS '16, MAT, TVI, CLVT
National Leadership Consortium in Sensory Disabilities, Coordinator
Instructor, College of Education and Rehabilitation
Here’s my work from home office!
I live in an apartment less than 500 sq ft., so I’ve had to divide my kitchen table in half - one side for eating and one side as my WFH office!
Tamara April-Davis, PsyD
CPPD counselors works from home!
Kaitlyn Kozell, '23OD
Kimberly Edmonds, MS, CCC-SLP
First-Year Optometry Student
This is my home office, and my study partner Dorian.
I set up a virtual preschool studio to stay in touch with families from the Department of Speech-Language Pathology's classroom at Immaculate Conception Preschool. Unfortunately, my new student clinicians tend to fall asleep on the job.