Residency Program Recognizes 40th Class
Alumna Sworn in as American Optometric Association’s President-Elect
SUNY Optometry alumna and faculty member, Dr. Andrea Thau, was sworn in as president-elect of the American Optometric Association at Optometry’s Meeting in Seattle in June.
Class of 2015 Celebrated and Honored at Commencement
The SUNY College of Optometry held its 41st commencement at the Hudson Theatre on Sunday, May 31 and recognized the achievements of the Class of 2015.
Capstone Helps Prepare Class of 2015 for Success
The day-long event on May 29 was organized as a way to help launch the newly minted ODs into their careers with the most up-to-date information available, and help to prepare them for the rapidly evolving health care landscape.
White Coat Ceremony Recognizes Class of 2017
With a large crowd of family and friends in attendance, the Class of 2017 had its white coat ceremony in the College’s Schwarz Theater on May 21, marking their transition from the second to third year of the Doctor of Optometry program at SUNY Optometry.
Dr. Tamara Petrosyan Named AOA’s Young Optometrist of the Year
Dr. Tamara Petrosyan, a 2009 graduate of SUNY Optometry and an assistant clinical professor at the College, has been named the 2015 Young Optometrist of the Year by the American Optometric Association.
College to Honor Trailblazing Leaders at 2015 Commencement
SUNY Optometry will award honorary degrees to trailblazers in the divergent fields of urban development and vision science, and welcome a notable proponent of health care equality to address graduates during the College’s 41st commencement at the Hudson Theatre on Sunday, May 31.
Eye Ball 2015
Check out some of the pictures from the 2015 Eye Ball.
SUNY Optometry Community Advocates for Optometry on Capitol Hill
Over two dozen students and faculty members from SUNY Optometry took part in the American Optometric Association’s annual Congressional Advocacy Conference in Washington, DC.
Alumnus Takes Leading Role in ‘Smart Lens’ Project
Alumnus, Dr. Joe Rappon, is right in the middle of what could be a ground-breaking collaboration between Alcon and Google that could have the potential to help millions of people manage a chronic, often deadly, disease more effectively.