Cole Stanton (Class of 2023) He stands 6’4” tall with a traditional football player’s build as he walks into the classroom, but everyone knows that Cole Stanton is what you call a “gentle giant.” According to Cole, his story is nothing extraordinary, but what lies beneath the surface of this young man is a charismatic … Continue reading Everyone Has a Story: Faith and Family Defines Him
Dr. Julie DeKinder and Kelly Deering ('20) proudly display a poster at the GSLS in Las Vegas The Annual Global Specialty Lens Symposium held last week (January 22-25) in Las Vegas, Nevada included a case report poster presentation in which two current optometry students, Kelly Deering '20 and Elizabeth Voss '22 along with current CCL … Continue reading UMSL Optometry Represented at Annual Global Specialty Lens Symposium.
Rachel Simpson (’19) was the subject of an article entitled: “Negotiating a starting salary: a critical step in closing the wage gap” published in the March issue of Women in Optometry. Krystal Matson (’20) was featured in the April/May issue of AOA Focus for receiving the Dr. Larry J Alexander Scholarship for Education. Peter Jacques (’19) … Continue reading Student News
One of the many points of pride for the College of Optometry is having one of the most active National Optometric Student Association (NOSA) chapters in the country. Two of their annual programs are highlighted in this issue of the EyeWire: the Annual Easter Egg Hunt for Handicapped Children, and the Annual Talent Show. The … Continue reading College of Optometry Talent is Showcased in Annual NOSA Event