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If you know me, you know that as a student, I’ve been on a mission to go to as many optometry conferences and lectures as I can before graduation.…Read More...
Fill In Jobs Give New ODs Cash, Experience, Insight
Jan 15, 2015 | BY David Burgett
When I began looking into optometry school I kept hearing this phrase that made me a little uneasy…”optometry is a legislated profession….” At the time I didn’t really give it too much thought because, well, I was more worried about getting into school than what I’d be able to do after I graduated.Read More...
Academy 2014 – AAO from an Optometry Student’s Perspective
Dec 23, 2014 | BY Laura Goldberg
The Big Apple or Sin City? Pick Your Vision Expo and Win $500!
Dec 20, 2014 | BY Alyssa Keating
Your Future in Oregon: A State Where Optometry is Thriving
Dec 10, 2014 | BY Prajkta Ingle
Optometry is a dynamic profession that constantly changes and faces new pressing issues. The future of optometry is influenced by many factors, but the American Optometric Association (AOA) plays a significant role in ensuring optometry’s success. Each year at the AOA’s Optometry’s Meeting, the AOA president speaks with OptometryStudents.com… to discuss the future of optometry and how students and new graduates can best prepare for the challenges it may bring.Read More...
15 Clinical Review Articles from our New Grad Bhumika Patel
Jan 12, 2015 | BY Jade McLachlin
AOSA Video: Enhance Your Student Experience and the Profession
Dec 12, 2014 | BY Ben Emer
The Advantage of Dual-Admission and Dual-Degree Programs
Nov 23, 2014 | BY Patrick Doty
Vision Expo West Video: Your Experience and Future
Nov 9, 2014 | BY Ben Emer
4 Reasons Why You Should Attend EastWest Eye Conference
Oct 31, 2014 | BY Nicholas Green
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