Envision New York 2014: In Pictures
The 13th Annual Envision New York focused on interprofessional practice and offered dozens of hours of continuing education credit along with workshops and social events. Here's a look back at the weekend's events.
Helping Students Network with Doctors
For the second straight year, the College’s Career Development Center held a networking event designed to help students connect with their future colleagues and build networks in the optometric community.
Faculty Members Shine at COVD Annual Meeting
SUNY Optometry faculty members, Dr. Rochelle Mozlin and Dr. Andrea Thau, as well as distinguished service professor emeritus, Dr. Irwin Suchoff, each received awards at the 44th Annual Meeting of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development.
Unique Clinical Care Unit to be Developed at the University Eye Center
Last summer SUNY Optometry signed an agreement with Marco Ophthalmic, a leading manufacturer of diagnostic equipment, designed to assist the College in its ongoing efforts to develop and integrate new technologies into both the educational and patient care components of its mission.
NJ Chapter of the American Academy of Optometry Continues its Support of Scholarship at the College
The New Jersey chapter of the American Academy of Optometry has maintained a long-standing partnership with SUNY Optometry.
SUNY Optometry Researchers Receive Four SUNY Brain Network of Excellence Grants
Research projects focusing on brain and eye disorders conducted by faculty and students at the College received a total of nearly $380,000 in funding as part of the initial round of awards provided by the new SUNY Brain Network of Excellence.
Alumni Reunion Reception
On October 25, the College's Alumni Affairs office, in conjunction with its Continuing Professional Education office, hosted an alumni reunion reception at the Princeton Club in New York City. Dr. David Damari, from the Class of 1988, was honored as Alumnus of the Year.
College Recognizes Scholars and Dedicates Classroom
SUNY Optometry handed out 26 scholarships, a total of $66,750 in student support, at an event on October 22 that also included the dedication of one of the College’s newly renovated classrooms in honor of Class of 1983 alumnus, Dr. Mark Feder.
First Floor Classroom Rehabilitation
Take a closer look at the transformation of two of the College’s classrooms through a series of photos that shows the project from start to finish.
CVRC Studies Could Have Major Impact on Pediatric Vision
The Clinical Vision Research Center is currently conducting two important pediatric studies that could have broad implications, not only on eye and vision health, but on the quality of life of a major segment of the population as well.