Alumnus Takes Leading Role in ‘Smart Lens’ Project
SUNY Optometry Celebrates its People at 6th Annual Recognition Ceremony
On December 18, the College recognized and celebrated the contributions, service and achievements of its faculty and staff.
Video: Dr. Daniel Laby on the New Sports and Performance Vision Center
Watch Dr. Laby talk about his background and the launch of the Sports and Performance Vision Center
2014: Year in Review
Take a look back at some of our highlights from 2014
College Introduces Unique Residency/Graduate Program
In an effort to assist the growing number of students interested in achieving excellence as both clinicians and researchers, SUNY Optometry has developed a highly unique new residency/graduate program that combines clinical activities along with graduate research studies.
Long-Standing Program Welcomes New Zealand Optometrists to University Eye Center
For nearly two decades, SUNY Optometry has engaged in a unique global collaboration that has helped to serve the burgeoning optometric community of New Zealand while also providing an enriching experience for the students and faculty at the College.
Video: Family of Mentors Program
Having a mentor can make a huge difference when it comes to career success and the College's Family of Mentor's program is helping students and residents develop these critical, career-building relationships. Watch and learn how.
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.
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.