SUNY Optometry Researchers Solve 400-Year-Old Question
It was a problem that perplexed Galileo more than four centuries ago. Now, SUNY Optometry researchers have published a seminal paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science that advances the understanding of how our brains are wired for seeing white versus black objects.
SUNY Optometry Celebrates Lunar New Year
The Chinese Culture Optometric Students Association, in conjunction with the Confucius Institute, hosted a celebration of the Lunar New Year at the College.
Students Can Now Choose from a Wider Range of Courses
SUNY Optometry has recently expanded the elective course offerings in its Doctor of Optometry program to provide students with an even broader range of learning opportunities. Dr. David Troilo, vice president and dean for academic affairs at the College provides more details.
Scholarly Activities for January 2014
Here are some of the recent scholarly activities of our faculty.
SUNY Optometry Honors MLK by Providing Vision Care to Community
As part of a state-wide Martin Luther King, Jr Day-initiative by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and the State University of New York, SUNY Optometry provided a free vision screening in the East Harlem community of New York City.
Harold Kohn Vision Science Library Focuses on the Future
The Harold Kohn Vision Science Library, one of the premier vision science libraries in the United States, is looking toward the future.
Internship Program Provides Unparalleled Experience for CSTEP Students
For two weeks, two times each year, undergraduate students from around New York State have the opportunity to see our doctors and students in action. Watch this and find out what they had to say about their experiences.
President Heath Offers Praise, Urges Community Dialogue during Annual Address
Watch President Heath's State of the College address to the SUNY Optometry community.
Alumnus Named VOSH Humanitarian of the Year
Alumnus, Dr. Carl Sakovits, was named the Humanitarian of the Year for 2013 by VOSH International, an organization that provides vision care and optometric services to those who cannot obtain or afford it around the world.
Dr. Richard Soden on What You Need to Know About the Affordable Care Act
Dr. Richard Soden, vice president for clinical affairs at the College and the executive director of the University Eye Center on what the Affordable Care Act means for optometry.