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Erick Henderson, AOSA

AOSA President: Strong Profession, Lasting Legacy

AOSA President Erick Henderson (SCO 2017) addressed the AOA House of Delegates on July 2, describing the student perspectives toward their fellow millennials, thanking to those who have fought for the privileges students now enjoy and vowing to continue using the resources of the AOSA to ensure the profession is strong and ready for the

It all came down to a tie-breaker.

AOSA General Session – 500 Students and Tough Trivia

With a huge turnout, AOSA’s largest annual gathering of optometry students featured 500 vying for top honors in a trivia competition hosted by HOYA Vision, a lunch and awards from the AOSA recognizing those who make a difference for optometry students nationwide. “I’m proud that AOSA has established strong support of advocacy, whether through AOA-PAC,

Teresa Pham UHCO

HOYA Photo Contest Earns iPads for 3 AOSA Members

Three AOSA members who are handy with a camera will be getting iPads, courtesy of HOYA, in the Sixth Annual HOYA/AOSA Photo Contest, which included a qualifying round of voting on social media. The finalists are voted selected by Facebook “likes” and the top 10 vote-getters were on display at Optometry’s Meeting. In the first

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Guess what milestone theaosa.org hit today!

Since relaunching AOSA’s website in late 2013, we’ve had the honor of *guess how many* visitors.  We’re proud to be the membership organization for 95 percent of all optometry students, governed by optometry students and nearing our 50th anniversary!  Check us out online, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.  www.THEaosa.org.  (And by the way, join us

Minnesota optometrists and students meet with U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN)

More than 300 optometry students part of AOA advocacy on Capitol Hill

Advocates for optometry took a united message directly to Capitol Hill and federal agency officials April 19 — that AOA doctors and AOSA/AOA-member students will do whatever it takes to better safeguard patient health and ensure that millions more Americans have expanded access to the doctor of optometry-provided comprehensive eye and vision health care services