Logan Faculty Research Presentations

Hear Logan faculty research presentations which will be presented at the National Association of Chiropractic Colleges Research Agenda Conference later this month. 

Faculty presenting on March 7th in Room G134 at 11:05am:
Dr. Battaglia - Reliability of the Goutallier classification in quantifying lumbar multifidus fat using MRI

Dr. Mattox - Sonography of occult rib and costal cartilage fractures: A case series
Dr. Yochum - A diagnosis of post traumatic myositis ossificans using ultrasonography and radiography
Dr. Tepe - The relationship between test anxiety and grade point average in chiropractic college students
Dr. Kaeser - Didactic versus problem-based learning: is there a difference in student knowledge retention?

Faculty presenting on March 14th in Room G134 at 11:05am:
Dr. Snyder - Effectiveness of electro-acupuncture on ganglion cysts: a case study
Dr. Woolsey - The combined use of alcohol and energy drinks as a predictor of increased risk for drinking and driving
Dr. Kettner - Tactile discrimination and adaptation reflect reorganization of primary somatosensory cortex in carpal tunnel syndrome
Dr. Welk - Ultrasound imaging of full-thickness rotator cuff tears: a report of two cases
Dr. Haun - Longitudinal excursion of the sciatic nerve in the thigh during passive ankle motion measured with ultrasonography in asymptomatic subjects

Welcome Kevin J. Ballentine to Logan!


Please welcome Kevin J. Ballentine to Logan University! Kevin will serve as Logan's Director of Development.

Kevin is a graduate of the University of Missouri-St. Louis where he earned a BSBA in Marketing and Management. For the past 5 years, Kevin worked as Director of Major and Planned Gifts at Lutheran High School Association of Greater St. Louis, where he was responsible for the development and special events at the North Campus.

Kevin's office is located in the Alumni & Friends House (office A105). He can be reached at extension 1905.

Hare in the Air Event Information - 2014

Hare in the Air Egg Hunt Information

Date: Saturday, March 29, 2014

Time: Registration at 10 a.m. - Bunny arrives at 11 a.m.

Location: Logan University Campus, 1851 Schoettler Road Chesterfield, MO 63017

Cost: Free and open to the public

Contact: HareInTheAir@logan.edu
Sponsors: Contact Toby.Hall@logan.edu


Event Information:

  • The egg hunts are for children ages 2-8. 
  • Egg hunt areas are divided by age groups: 
    • 2 year olds 
    • 3 year olds 
    • 4-5 year olds 
    • 6-8 year olds 
    • Older children may attend the event and enjoy the other activities, but may not participate in egg hunts
  • Activities 
    • Petting zoo 
    • Costumed characters (DARE McGruff; Bunny; Super Chiro Man) 
    • Balloon Artists 
    • Fire Truck 
    • Temporary Tattoos
  • You will need to arrive prior to the Bunny arrival to register your child in the age appropriate hunt 
  • Bring a basket or bag for your child to collect eggs in 
  • No parents will be allowed in the hunt areas; there will be volunteers to assist children during the hunts
  • The Bunny will be available for photos 
  • The event is outside and will be held regardless of the weather, dress appropriately 


FAQ’s:


What are the age groups for the hunts?

  • 2 year olds 
  • 3 year olds 
  • 4-5 year olds 
  • 6-8 year olds 
  • Older children may attend the event and enjoy the other activities, but may not participate in egg hunts.

My children are different ages, how can I watch both of them during the egg hunts?

  • The hunts are done by age groups with ample time in between hunts to allow you to escort each of your children to their hunt 

My child is almost 2 years old, can he/she still participate in the 2-year-old hunt?

  • Yes, however the child must be able to walk on their own; no parents will be allowed in the hunt areas 

My child is 9, can he/she still participate in the 6-8-year-old hunt?

  • The hunts are for children ages 2-8. Your older child may enjoy all of the other activities during the events. 

Can I help my child in the egg hunt area?

  • There will be volunteers available to assist the children during the hunt. Parents are not permitted in the hunt areas. 

What should my child wear for this event?

  • The event is outside and will be held regardless of the weather, please dress your child accordingly 

    Why do I have to register my child?

    • Registration allows the child to be placed in an age appropriate egg hunt 

    Can I bring my pet?

    • Please no pets on campus for this event. 

    Will food be available?

    • Food is not provided for this event, but there are drinking fountains and vending machines available on campus.