Philosophy Night - June 10th

Logan University's Philosophy Club will be hosting their June Philosophy Night on Tuesday, June 10th at 6:00pm in Room 156B. The topic for the night is Neurology of the Upper Cervical Spine. Discussion will take place regarding research on cranial cervical junction and an overview of Blair UC Technique.

Contact for more information.

SLU Master's Degree Information Session - June 3rd

An information session on Saint Louis University's MBA program will be held at Logan University on Tuesday, June 3rd at 5:00pm in Room G134. Members of the SLU community are excited to share the highlights of their nationally renowned graduate business program, including their evening MBA programs.

Click here to RSVP for the information session.

Beginning in the Fall of 2014, Saint Louis University's John Cook School of Business will offer a Graduate Business Management class at Logan University.

Logan University Intramural Disc Golf Season

Logan's first Intramural Disc Golf Season is about to begin!

Disc Golf will be played on Tuesdays starting at 4:00pm. Teams will be made up of two players (doubles). Each team will play the best thrown disc between the two players (scramble). Depending on the number of teams that register, groups of two or three teams will tee off together. The season will last four weeks and conclude with a seeded tournament.

Registration has started and concludes Monday, June 2nd at midnight. Play officially begins Tuesday, June 3rd. Individuals and teams can register by clicking here.

Jake Smith and Ben Lockie are sport supervisors and will be present before and after rounds. Participants should contact them via email with any questions.

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!