AOSA highlights commitment to AOA+ student travel grants

  On April 6, the AOSA Board of Trustees voted and approved to allocate $100,000 to the AOA to support student travel to AOA+ in Washington, D.C. “The AOSA is proud to support this landmark initiative that will undoubtedly be beneficial to students in their professional development, ” said AOSA President Andy Mackner, of Pacific

Spring edition of Foresight highlights student voices

The Spring 2017 edition of Foresight magazine — one of AOSA’s largest ever — covers all aspects of optometry from a student’s eye view.  Advocating for the profession, choosing a residency or career path, honing your personal skill set or visiting Oakley HQ, the student leaders of the AOSA give you their perspective.  Look for

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

Foresight: Optometry Student Leaders Looking Forward

The Fall 2016 edition of Foresight magazine — AOSA’s largest ever — covers all aspects of optometry from a student’s eye view.  Advocating for the profession, choosing a residency or career path, honing your personal skill set or deciding to get a tattoo, the student leaders of the AOSA give you their perspective.  Look for

Spring Foresight covers all aspects of student life

Stocking the pockets of your white coat. Finding a home in your future profession. Experiencing true love with a classmate. Becoming a lifelong advocate for optometry. It’s all in the Spring 2015 issue of Foresight, AOSA’s magazine, written by AOSA’s trustees and trustee-elects to share hard-earned experience and reflect on the community of optometry students.