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SCO Releases Uncompensated Care Numbers

During its 2016-2017 fiscal year, Southern College of Optometry’s clinical programs provided $1,844,415 in uncompensated optometric care in the Memphis community, a 183 percent increase since the college began tracking it in 2009. Uncompensated care represents numerous outreach programs geared toward bringing eye care to the community, as well as care for uninsured or underinsured patients.

“This exponential increase in uncompensated care numbers is an astounding figure and a point of pride,” said Dr. James Venable, vice president for clinical programs at SCO. “This unparalleled access to care benefits the Memphis community and our students, who complete approximately 3,000 individual patient encounters by graduation.”

The numbers represent 17 percent of SCO’s gross charges, well above the industry standard of 10 to 12 percent for charitable care. Approximately 80 percent of SCO’s uncompensated care came through professional services in one of the college’s clinical facilities, including services offered through collaborations with Church Health Center®, InfantSEE®, Baptist Outreach Programs® and others. The remaining 20 percent results from community-based services like education events and SCO’s School Screenings Program, which services area students. This year’s number is bolstered by the expansion of MobilEYES, SCO’s mobile care unit, and the college’s new strategic plan.

“SCO and The Eye Center are exceptional educational and clinical institutions with the potential to significantly impact Memphis and beyond,” Venable said. “The number has continuously grown since 2009, when we provided more than $600,000 of uncompensated care. It underscores our commitment to our community and to growing our outreach efforts. Although we have nearly reached our limit, we can to grow this number with assistance from partners in our community.”

Posted by Jennifer Sharp at Wednesday, October 11, 2017 | 0 comments

SCO Student Loan Default Rate Remains at 0% 21 Years in a Row

For the 21st consecutive year, Southern College of Optometry’s student loan cohort default rates remains at zero percent. This is according to the U.S. Department of Education’s newly released numbers for FY2014. 

The FY2014 student loan cohort default rates reveal that SCO graduates are successfully transitioning to the optometric practice. 

“This is great news,” said Cindy Garner, Director of Financial Aid. “Our graduates continue to have much success practicing optometry and doing what they least want to do, which is repay their student loans.” 

A cohort default rate represents the percentage of a college or university’s borrowers who have defaulted on their student loans. The FY2014 national average was 11.5 %, up from last year’s rate of 11.3%, yet SCO’s default rate remained at zero percent.

“The cohort default rate is an important measure of a school’s overall quality.  It reflects our success in preparing our students to practice optometry,” said Garner. “This is a great accomplishment and it reflects admirably on each member of the SCO family.  

SCO’s Financial Aid Office actively works with students to provide them strategies to manage their student indebtedness levels. From budgeting workshops to one-on-one sessions with a financial aid counselor, the college is committed to partnering with students to ensure their success in optometry. Student scholarships provided by SCO’s alumni and friends also play an important part in managing student debt levels.
 

Posted by Jim Hollifield at Monday, October 9, 2017 | 0 comments

SCO Hosts 2017 Commencement

Southern College of Optometry welcomed 129 new graduates into the profession of optometry on Thursday, May 4, 2017 during the college's annual commencement ceremony held at the Cannon Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Memphis.

Diane Rudner, Board Chair of the Plough Foundation, delivered the commencement address. She received the honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree in recognition to her service to Memphis and philanthropic causes.

Also receiving an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree was Marion Goldstein Rosemore. The wife of the late Fredric M. Rosemore, OD '48, Mrs. Rosemore has been an active supporter of optometric education and is the matriarch of an optometry legacy family which includes her daughter and seven grandchildren earning optometry degrees.  

Valedictorian was Derek Hennig; Salutatorian was Meagan Williams. The class address was given by Class President Shay Sechler.

Congratulations to this year's graduates:

  • Kevin Raymond Ader Jr., Baltimore, Maryland; CUM LAUDE
  • Ghaith M. Al-Sowaidi, Deer Lodge, Tennessee
  • Leslie Alitz, Rock Port, Missouri; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Ayushi Amin, Southaven, Mississippi
  • David Bradley Anders, Winnsboro, Louisiana
  • Sarah Elizabeth Anderson, Bristol, Tennessee
  • Lindsay Jordan Armagon, Union City, Georgia
  • Matthew Harris Armentrout, Richmond, Virginia
  • Celeste Angelle Baker, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Celia R. Baker, Louisville, Kentucky; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Timothy Edwin Bass, Dunn, North Carolina; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Zachery Baumfalk, Lincoln, Nebraska; MAGNA CUM LAUDE
  • Laura Bokemper, Sergeant Bluff, Iowa; MAGNA CUM LAUDE
  • Tyler Ross Boone, Clarksville, Tennessee; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Hai An Bui, Champaign, Illinois
  • Emily Knox Caldwell, Pontotoc, Mississippi
  • Rebecca Jean Callahan, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Bradley Calvin Callister, Orange County, California
  • Whitney P. Carow, Perham, Minnesota; CUM LAUDE
  • Taylor Jean Chesnut, Johnston, Iowa; MAGNA CUM LAUDE
  • Tiffany Lauren Chin, Oakland, California
  • April Chiu, Tucson, Arizona
  • Cameron Waters Clinard, Bath, North Carolina; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • David Lauren Clokey, III, Gadsden, Alabama
  • George Christopher Cora, Greenville, Mississippi
  • Christine Marie Craig, Manakin Sabot, Virginia; CUM LAUDE
  • William Parker Dodd, Corinth, Mississippi
  • Kristopher Charles Dowding, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Cara Marie Eby, Huber Heights, Ohio; CUM LAUDE
  • Emily Kate Eisenhower, Newport, Tennessee; CUM LAUDE
  • Jennifer Elumelu, Duluth, Georgia
  • Taylor Nicole England, Morristown, Tennessee
  • Caroline Kaleel Fogleman, Asheboro, North Carolina; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Inga Lilliana Fors, Memphis, Tennessee
  • Timothy H. Foutch, Liberty, Tennessee
  • Douglass Robert Fruin, Grand Island, Nebraska
  • Alexander Joseph Garibay, Tampa, Florida
  • Peyton E. Glass, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Rebecca Ann Goad, Clarksville, Tennessee
  • Jarrod Luke Griffis, K’ville, Georgia
  • David Charles Haba,  Memphis, Tennessee
  • Jordan Leigh Hamric, Bruceton Mills, West Virginia; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Staci M. Harwell, Douglasville, Georgia; MAGNA CUM LAUDE
  • Rebecca Marin Haut, Staffordsville, Kentucky
  • Erick Andrew Henderson, Danville, Illinois
  • Sarah Paige Henderson, Kansas City, Missouri
  • Derek Bryan Hennig, Charleston, Illinois; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Christopher Herring, Starkville, Mississippi
  • Catherine Marie Hogan, Greensboro, North Carolina; CUM LAUDE
  • Michael E. Hollins Jr., Kansas City, Missouri
  • William Zachery Inboden, Trumann, Arkansas
  • Alex Mitchell Jackson, Milan, Tennessee; MAGNA CUM LAUDE
  • Alyssa Goodin Jackson, Wynne, Arkansas
  • Lauren Brooke Jensen, Texarkana, Texas
  • Patrick C. Jones, Mickie, Tennessee
  • William James Calvin Jones, Prattville, Alabama
  • Erin Alyssa Keim,  Gibsonia, Pennsylvania; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Zachary David Lancaster, Le Mars, Iowa
  • Amanda Michelle Lapp, Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Maria Anna Lavalle, Royston, Georgia; CUM LAUDE
  • Stephen M. LeBlanc, Alexandria, Louisiana
  • Tyler Dean Lefeber, Harlan, Iowa
  • Nathan Ray Lipe, Van Buren, Arkansas
  • Stacey Alma Looper, Blaine, Kansas
  • Jacob David MacDonald, Anderson, South Carolina
  • Mark Rosica Machen, Forrest City, Arkansas
  • Lauren Marie McCain, Dothan, Alabama
  • Mason Douglas McCain, Lake Charles, Louisiana
  • Justin Lee McElroy, Natchez, Mississippi
  • Max E. Melberg, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin; CUM LAUDE
  • Joanna Marie Macatula Miranda, Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Hunter Jay Morgan, Fairmont, West Virginia; MAGNA CUM LAUDE
  • Tindall Dawkins Morrison, Starkville, Mississippi
  • Courtney Faatin Morrow, Nashville, Tennessee
  • Michelle Rose Moscow, Roswell, Georgia; CUM LAUDE
  • Benjamin Grant Nielson,Post Falls, Idaho
  • Daniel Glenn Nielson,Post Falls, Idaho; MAGNA CUM LAUDE
  • Lay Vuon Nim, Lawrenceville, Georgia
  • Jacob Daniel Nordhues, Grand Island, Nebraska
  • Ashley Elise Oakes, McComb, Mississippi; MAGNA CUM LAUDE
  • Matthew Ryan Page, Crossville, Tennessee; MAGNA CUM LAUDE
  • Taylor Rhea Pasley, Memphis, Tennessee; MAGNA CUM LAUDE
  • Sara Elizabeth Petska, Grand Island, Nebraska; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Sean Francis Pinard, Newport Center, Vermont
  • Hallina Nicole Portner, Morgantown, West Virginia
  • Clinton Roger Prestwich, Rigby, Idaho; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Anna Rose Prier, Dyersville, Iowa
  • Laura Elizabeth Prindeze, Pasadena, Maryland; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Ibrahim Saaddin Qattan, Mansfield, Texas
  • Sarah Nicole Rappach, Clearwater, Florida; CUM LAUDE
  • Adam Quinn Recknagel, Saint Albans, West Virginia; CUM LAUDE
  • Kevin Andrew Rice, Springfield, Missouri; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Bradley Joseph Richlin, Los Angeles, California
  • Emily Clare Ridge, Courtland, Mississippi
  • Lauren Dallas Rigsby, Greenville, South Carolina; CUM LAUDE
  • Benjamin G. Roach, The Woodlands, Texas; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Lisa Elizabeth Roach, The Woodlands, Texas; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Sarah Ann Rohr, Iowa Falls, Iowa
  • Shalon Rothstein, Albany, Minnesota; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Cristina Sandoval, Ocoee, Florida; MAGNA CUM LAUDE
  • Shay A. Sechler, Brighton, Missouri; MAGNA CUM LAUDE
  • Roxanne Senechal, Coral Springs, Florida; MAGNA CUM LAUDE
  • Lauren Michelle Seutter, Kansas City, Missouri; CUM LAUDE
  • Evan Jared Shields, Louisville, Kentucky; CUM LAUDE
  • Kaitlin Nicole Short, Belleville, Arkansas
  • Keith Slayden, Hebron, Kentucky; CUM LAUDE
  • Andrew T. Smith, Meridian, Idaho; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Kayla Landon Smith, Morning View, Kentucky; MAGNA CUM LAUDE
  • Jacob L. Stallbaumer, Andover, Kansas
  • Stephanie Michelle Stanley, Huntsville, Alabama
  • Jenna Michelle Steffen, Winfield, Kansas
  • Tiffany HN Tang, Oak Brook, Illinois
  • Sidney Dunn Taylor, Senatobia, Mississippi
  • Matthew H. Thibodeaux, Monroe, Louisiana
  • Danielle LeBlanc Thompson, Mandeville, Louisiana; CUM LAUDE
  • Joshua D. Tinsley, Talladega, Alabama
  • Stephen Thomas Tipton, Springfield, Missouri; MAGNA CUM LAUDE
  • Bryan Truong, Prince Rupert, British Columbia
  • Sandra Anna Trybus, Marvin, North Carolina; CUM LAUDE
  • Sarah Louise Vrotsos, North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania; MAGNA CUM LAUDE
  • Matthew G. Walker, Moscow, Idaho
  • Lisa Wang, Lexington, Kentucky; CUM LAUDE
  • Whitney Caitlin Delaine Watson, Whitesburg, Kentucky; SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Zachery R. Weinberg, Louisville, Kentucky
  • Mark Wells, Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Jennifer Allen Willcox, Memphis, Tennessee; CUM LAUDE
  • Meagan Greer Williams, Pensacola, Florida, SUMMA CUM LAUDE
  • Lindsay Marie Wood, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina; MAGNA CUM LAUDE
  • Justin Corey Zampella, Oxford, Mississippi

If you were unable to watch the live-stream of the ceremony, you can now view the recording on SCO's YouTube channel.

We've uploaded more than 900 photos from 2017 Graduation Week to our Flickr galleries. View photos from all of the week's events, including the senior awards program and the family campus celebration

Posted by Jim Hollifield at Tuesday, May 9, 2017 | 0 comments

2017 Senior Awards Presented

Southern College of Optometry’s 32nd Annual Student Awards program honored academic and clinical achievement by members of the Class of 2017 in an on-campus ceremony held the day prior to commencement.

Thanks to the generosity of SCO's donors from the ophthalmic industry and alumni supporters, the following students received awards and recognition during the event:

VALEDICTORIAN

Derek Hennig

SALUTATORIAN

Meagan Williams

GOLD KEY HONORARY OPTOMETRIC SOCIETY

Membership in Gold Key is the highest leadership honor attainable by an optometry student and is restricted to ten percent of the fourth-year class:

Erick Henderson, President; Sandy Trybus, Vice President; Lindsay Armagon, Secretary; Benjamin Roach, Treasurer; Staci Harwell, Sarah Henderson, Christopher Herring, Erin Keim, Kevin Rice, Shay Sechler, Lauren Seutter, Stephanie Stanley, Jenna Steffen

WHO’S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES

Selection for inclusion in Who’s Who is based upon academic achievement, community service, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success. The following seniors were selected by the faculty, staff and the senior class:

Brad Anders
Lindsay Armagon

Celia Baker

Jarrod Griffis

Jordan Hamric

Erick Henderson

Sarah Henderson

Derek Hennig

Christopher Herring

Erin Keim

Clinton Prestwich

Ibrahim Qattan

Kevin Rice

Ben Roach

Lisa Roach

Shay Sechler

Lauren Seutter

Evan Shields

Jenna Steffen

Tiffany Tang

Stephen Tipton

Sandra Trybus

Meagan Williams

BETA SIGMA KAPPA

Membership in Beta Sigma Kappa is awarded annually to students who demonstrate exceptional academic achievement:

Kevin Ader
Leslie Alitz
Matthew Armentrout
Celeste Baker
Celia Baker
Timothy Bass
Zachery Baumfalk
Laura Bokemper
Tyler Boone
Whitney Carow
Taylor Chesnut
Cameron Clinard
Christine Craig
Cara Eby
Emily Eisenhower
Jennifer Elumelu
Taylor England
Caroline Fogleman
Alexander Garibay
David Haba
Jordan Hamric
Staci Harwell
Derek Hennig
Chris Herring
Catherine Hogan
Alex Jackson
Erin Keim
Maria Lavalle
Tyler Lefeber 
Mark Machen
Lauren McCain
Max Melberg
Hunter Morgan
Michelle Moscow
Benjamin Nielson
Daniel Nielson
Jacob Nordhues
Ashley Oakes
Matthew Page
Taylor Pasley
Sara Petska
Sean Pinard
Clinton Prestwich
Laura Prindeze
Sarah Rappach
Adam Recknagel
Kevin Rice
Lauren Rigsby
Ben Roach 
Lisa Roach
Shalon Rothstein
Cristina Sandoval
Shay Sechler
Roxanne Senechal
Lauren Seutter
Evan Shields
Keith Slayden
Kayla Smith
Sidney Taylor
Danielle Thompson
Joshua Tinsley
Stephen Tipton
Sandra Trybus
Sarah Vrotsos 
Matt Walker
Lisa Wang
Whitney Watson
Mark Wells
Jennifer Willcox
Meagan Williams
Lindsay Wood

NOSA Recognition

Ayushi Amin
Lindsay Armagon
Tiffany Chin
Jennifer Elumelu
Michael Hollins
Courtney Morrow
Lay Nim
Ibrahim Qattan
Sarah Rappach
Cristina Sandoval

ACADEMIC AND CLINICAL EXCELLENCE 

NATIONAL BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN OPTOMETRY PART II HIGHEST SCORE    

Celia Baker

EXCELLENCE IN DISPENSING SKILLS

ESSILOR LABS OF AMERICA AWARD    

Brad Callister

HOYA VISION CARE AWARD    

Zachery Baumfalk

EXCELLENCE IN CONTACT LENS

JOHNSON & JOHNSON AWARD OF EXCELLENCE IN CONTACT LENS PATIENT CARE    

Becca Goad

GP LENS INSTITUTE CONTACT LENS CLINICAL EXCELLENCE AWARD    

Tindall Morrison

X-CEL CONTACTS OUTSTANDING GP FITTING AWARD    

Becky Haut

SOUTHWEST CONTACT LENS SOCIETY    

Mark Machen

EXCELLENCE IN LOW VISION REHABILITATION

NoIR LOW VISION AWARD    

Lauren Rigsby

ESCHENBACH OPTIK LOW VISION STUDENT AWARD    

David Haba

DESIGNS FOR VISIONS, INC. WILLIAM FEINBLOOM LOW VISION AWARD    

Jennifer Willcox 

OPTELEC EXCELLENCE IN LOW VISION AWARD    

Hunter Foutch

LS&S GROUP LOW VISION AWARD    

Alyssa Goodin

FOR CLINICAL EXCELLENCE IN PRIMARY CARE

ALCON CASE STUDY SCHOLARSHIP AWARD    

Ayushi Amin

MARCHON EYEWEAR PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AWARD    

Tyler Boone

SOUTHERN COUNCIL OF OPTOMETRISTS CLINICAL EXCELLENCE AWARD    

Michelle Moscow

DR. BERNARD L. KAHN MEMORIAL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP    

Maria Lavalle

EXCELLENCE IN OCULAR DISEASE

OCULAR INSTRUMENTS, INC. AWARD OF EXCELLENCE    

Sean Pinard

BEAVER-VISITEC INTERNATIONAL, INC. (BVI) PARTNERS IN OPTOMETRY AWARD    

Cameron Clinard
Caroline Fogleman

KATENA / EAGLE VISION    

Hunter Morgan

KATENA / EAGLE VISION    

Lisa Roach

KATENA / EAGLE VISION    

Ben Roach

RAFIEETARY ACADEMIC AND CLINICAL EXCELLENCE AWARD  

Celia Baker

EXCELLENCE IN PEDIATRICS AND VISION THERAPY

GOOD-LITE AWARD    

Sarah Anderson

COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRISTS IN VISION DEVELOPMENT EXCELLENCE IN VISION THERAPY    

Zach Weinberg

GLEN T. STEELE, OD AND L. ALLEN FORS, OD DEVELOPMENTAL VISION SCHOLARSHIP    

Daniel Nielson

STEREO OPTICAL CO., INC.  

Zac Inboden

OEP CLINICAL CURRICULUM AWARD    

Jordan Hamric

OUTSTANDING CLINICIAN AWARDS
 
Celia Baker
Taylor Chesnut
Emily Eisenhower
David Haba
Jordan Hamric
Tindall Morrison
Sean Pinard
Stephanie Stanley
Jenna Steffen
Zach Weinberg

 
STUDENT RESEARCH

DRS. FRED AND CHARLENE BURNETT STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD    

Erin Keim
Matthew Page
Clinton Prestwich

FOR COMMITMENT OF SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION OF OPTOMETRY AND THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES RESOLUTION    

Brad Anders

IL FOUNDATION FOR EYECARE AWARD    

Derek Hennig

BEAU WILLIS ENDOWED AWARD    

Roxanne Senechal

DR. DAVID P. SLOAN MEMORIAL AWARD    

Erick Henderson

BAYS FAMILY SERVICE AWARD    

Sandra Trybus

OPTOMETRIC LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE AWARD    

Erin Keim

TO HONOR A GRADUATE’S COMMITMENT TO PURSUING PRIVATE PRACTICE OPTOMETRY

EUROPA EYEWEAR    

Kevin Rice

THE WINSTON FAMILY ENDOWED AWARD    

Alex Jackson

MOTHERSHED ENDOWED AWARD    

Kevin Rice 

MILITARY SERVICES SCHOLARSHIP, U.S. ARMY    

Stephen Tipton


 

 

 


 

 

 

Posted by Jim Hollifield at Wednesday, May 3, 2017 | 0 comments

SCO Announces Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters Degree Recipients

Two notable women were selected as recipients of Southern College of Optometry’s honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degrees. Diane Rudner and Marion Rosemore were selected to receive the degrees awarded at SCO’s commencement ceremony on May 4, 2017.

About Diane Rudner

Raised in Memphis, Diane Rudner graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 1972 when she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Maryland. Her professional career began as a management trainee at Manufacturers Hanover Trust Bank in New York City, where she became Vice President of Corporate Planning during her 11-year tenure.

In the late 1980s, she resided in Tokyo, Japan, where she served on the board of the Tokyo Women’s Club. Additionally, she chaired the American Orientations Committee and was a consultant to the Tokyo Community Counseling Service, the only English-speaking agency of its kind at the time.

She returned to Memphis and in 1991 began Insight Associates, which specializes in corporate and strategic planning for family businesses and partnerships. Her active support of Memphis includes supporting projects and programs that improve services and opportunities for Memphis residents.

She has served on the board of the Plough Foundation, a private philanthropic organization, since 1990 and as board chair since 1997. The Plough Foundation makes grants in Memphis and Shelby County to serve a wide variety of needs, including support of healthcare, families and seniors in crisis, public education, homelessness, arts and culture, and public safety.

Ms. Rudner has chaired the Memphis Arts Council (ArtsMemphis) and WONDERS: The International Culture Series. She also served as vice chair of the Memphis/Shelby Crime Commission. In 2002, she was selected for Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government’s Inaugural Class of Women and Power: Leadership in a New World.

She currently serves on the boards of Memphis Tomorrow, Overton Park Conservancy, SunTrust Bank-Memphis, and Argent Financial Group. She has additionally been honored as a recipient of an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from LeMoyne-Owen College and a 2013 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award from Rhodes College.

About Marion Rosemore

Marion Goldstein Rosemore’s long history of involvement in optometry began in 1946 when her husband, Fredric Rosemore, a WWII Army Air Corp veteran, began his education at Southern College of Optometry. Their partnership solidified an optometry legacy. Mrs. Rosemore’s husband, brother, brother-in-law, daughter, and seven grandchildren all earned Doctor of Optometry degrees.

Early in her marriage, Mrs. Rosemore became a driving force in establishing a culture of philanthropy within her family. As Dr. Rosemore succeeded in his Alabama practice, Mrs. Rosemore joined her husband in looking for ways to share their success with others. Her personal commitment to philanthropic giving stems from the desire she shared with her late husband in which they made decisions together about causes worth supporting.

In the 1980s, the Rosemores made one of the first endowed gifts to SCO during an era in which the college worked to demonstrate the importance of supporting optometric education. Through the Rosemore Family Foundation, Mrs. Rosemore has supported not only SCO, but a number of optometric institutions and organizations with scholarship, research funding, and capital improvements.

In addition to SCO, Mrs. Rosemore and her family have supported the Optometric Extension Program, Optometry Cares – the Foundation of the American Optometric Association, the American Academy of Optometry, the New England College of Optometry, the University of Houston School of Optometry, Indiana University School of Optometry, and the University of Alabama Birmingham School of Optometry.

As family matriarch, Mrs. Rosemore has set the standard for supporting optometric education. Her philanthropic support additionally includes more than 25 organizations that promote programs and services to improve resources that support children and families within her community.

at Thursday, April 20, 2017 | 0 comments