Summer Faculty Development Workshops

Upcoming Faculty Development Workshops:

Putting Evidence into Practice
June 13, 11:05am-12:00pm
Room G134

- Basics of EIP
- Summary of current clinical research related to chiropractic
- Key points for reading the literature
Presented by Dr. Cheryl Hawk

Evidence-Informed Practice and Logan's Curriculum - Part 1
July 11, 11:05am-12:00pm
Room G134

- Group discussion of how to integrate evidence into curriculum
- Introduction to "Critically Appraised Topics" (CATs)
Presented by Dr. Cheryl Hawk

Evidence-Informed Practice and Logan's Curriculum - Part 2
July 25, 11:05am-12:00pm
Room G134

- Follow-up discussion
- Discussion of CAT's developed by attendees
Presented by Dr. Cheryl Hawk

The first 10 participants at each lecture receive a free lunch from Jason's Deli!

Joseph W. Howe Oration in Diagnostic Imaging - May 29th

Joseph W. Howe Oration in Diagnostic Imaging
Thursday, May 29th - 9:20am
Purser Center

The speaker will be Dr. Lawrence H. Wyatt, and his topic is Radiology and the Athlete’s Knee. Dr. Wyatt is a 1984 graduate of Logan and completed his radiology residency at Los Angeles College of Chiropractic. Currently, in addition to maintaining his radiology practice, he is a professor at Texas Chiropractic College and is active in many professional organizations and activities.

All third and fourth period Trimester 7, 8, and 9 classes on Thursday are canceled so students may attend the Oration and hear Dr. Wyatt’s presentation. Faculty, staff, and all other students are invited and encouraged to attend as schedules allow.

Please help welcome Dr. Wyatt back to Logan’s campus and support the program in honor of Dr. Howe.

Club Day - Thursday, May 22nd

Club Day will be held on Thursday, May 22nd between 11:00am and 1:00pm in the Purser Center Lobby. Come learn about Logan's 20+ clubs and organizations while enjoying a free lunch of either Papa John's Pizza or a sandwich from Subway.

Family of Geese at Logan

In April, the third hole of Logan's Disc Golf Course had to be closed after a mother goose laid her eggs alongside one of the lakes on campus. 

A little over one month later, we finally have an update on that story ...