A primary focus of the ASCO Academic Affairs Committee (AAFC) over the last several years has been to expand on various aspects of its Marketing Plan for Graduate Education in Optometry (a guiding document developed in 2011)...
From July 15–23, Midwestern University hosted its annual Health Careers Institute for High School Students, a week-long program aimed at exposing high schoolers to the possibilities of a career in healthcare.
Southern College of Optometry’s longest-serving faculty member, Dr. Glen Steele, recently announced his retirement in August. Dr. Steele joined SCO’s faculty following his graduation in 1969. At 53 years, his service is the longest of any employee in SCO history.
A group from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University recently participated in the “Opening Eyes” program for athletes who competed in the New Jersey Special Olympics, held at The College of New Jersey in Ewing Township.