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Flash sale on clinical iBooks this weekend

Ridgevue Publishing has created a range of iBooks just for optometry students. These offer AOSA members a cheaper alternative to the traditional textbook. iBooks are a much more interactive medium, and nearly all have embedded video or animation. This video showcases some of their features. These iBooks are usually $30 to $40 but this weekend only, January 14 and 15, all

AOSA elects 2017-18 officers

    SAN DIEGO –   Andy Mackner has been elected the 50th president of the American Optometric Student Association. A third-year optometry student at Pacific University College of Optometry, Mackner chairs AOSA’s Advocacy Committee.  He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Concordia College and calls Pelican Rapids, MN, home. Other officers elected Jan. 7

The AOSA, NOSA and Luxottica team up to send 25 OD students to Africa to help the world see with OneSight!

  From Erick Henderson, AOSA President:    I am extremely excited to announce a new partnership with Luxottica, a global leader in eyewear and eye care, and OneSight, a leading global non-profit organization. Many optometry students have a yearning passion to utilize their newly learned skills to help the world see. Knowing this, the American Optometric Student Association

Scholarship Rewards Strong Social Media Skills

    What makes a conversation memorable? When you enter practice, how will you ensure that your patients retain your critical messages? How creative can you be when explaining a difficult eye condition or disease? Apply now to be considered for one of two $5,000 Memorable Conversations Scholarships Eligibility Applicants must meet the following criteria

African mission for 25 OD students opens soon!

The AOSA, NOSA and Luxottica team up to send 25 OD students to Africa to help the world see with OneSight!  “I am extremely excited to announce a new partnership with Luxottica, a global leader in eyewear and eye care, and OneSight, a leading global non-profit organization,” said Erick Henderson, AOSA president.  “Many optometry students have

OOA’s Realeyes Education Program Receives National Recognition

A classroom education program created by the Ohio Optometric Association (OOA) Tuesday received the Outstanding Scientific Paper (Project) Award from the American Public Health Association (APHA) in Colorado’s capital city. The award recognizes an individual, group, or institution that has contributed significantly to the advancement of eye/vision care in the public health field. The Realeyes