Class of 2018 Students Welcomed to the College
The OD program students of the Class of 2018 at SUNY Optometry began their journey toward becoming doctors on August 14 during the first day of a two-day orientation program.
Video: A Closer Look at the College’s Clinical Vision Research Center
Watch this for a closer look at the work that the Clinical Vision Research Center is doing to advance eye and vision care forward.
Scholarly Activities for Summer 2014
Here are some of the recent scholarly activities of our faculty.
College Honors Residents with Farewell Ceremony
The 2013-14 residency class bid farewell to the College at a ceremony on June 20. A total of 37 residents in 15 different programs received certificates of advanced clinical competency at the event.
College Expands Partnership with Bowery Mission into Harlem
The College's partnership with The Bowery Mission, one of New York City’s most respected organizations providing services to the city’s homeless and vulnerable, has expanded to East Harlem.
A Day of Celebration - Commencement 2014
SUNY Optometry awarded a record 80 students with degrees at its 40th commencement on June 1 at the Hudson Theatre in Midtown Manhattan.
Large Crowd Celebrates Class of 2016 White Coat Ceremony
Well over 200 people gathered in the Schwarz Theater on May 22 to welcome the Class of 2016 into the third year of their professional program.
SUNY Alumnus Helping Others Navigate Successful Careers
Alumnus, Dr. Matthew Geller, a member of the Class of 2013, is the founder of OptometryStudents.com and the newly-launched NewGradOptometry.com that helps to assist new doctors as they work to succeed in the dynamic health care environment.
Stavros Niarchos Foundation Provides Support for UEC’s Growing Community Outreach Efforts
The University Eye Center will use a two-year, $200,000 grant, recently provided by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, to create and staff a fulltime community outreach coordinator.
SUNY Optometry Prepares for its 40th Commencement
Dr. Jacob Nachmias, an emeritus professor at the University of Pennsylvania, will receive an honorary degree and Ms. Ronda Kotelchuck, the founding CEO of the Primary Care Development Corporation, will address the graduates.