Program Offers Students Exposure to the Business of Health Care
SUNY Optometry Helps to Expand Eye and Vision Care in South Africa
The College has entered into a partnership with the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa to assist that institution in training South African optometrists in the use of therapeutic drugs.
President Heath Gives State of the College Address
On February 9, President David A. Heath updated the community on the state of the College. Watch as summer of his address, or the entire presentation here.
SUNY Optometry Goes Red for Heart Health
On February 6, the SUNY College of Optometry community saw red...and helped to bring awareness about heart health issues in the process.
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.
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.
Looking Closely at Clinical Skills
The College has worked to develop and apply effective measures of competencies, together with the essentials of evidence-based practice, to assure that its students develop into clinicians who are able to provide the best and most informed care for their patients.