Women's History Month - Film Screenings



Celebrate Women's History Month with several film screenings during the month of March. 


When:
March 4 - 11:00am
March 11 - 11:00am
March 25 - 11:00am

Where:

Room G102

Refreshments will be served.

Congratulations to Anthony Memmo, Winner of a 2014 SACA Scholarship from Standard Process Inc.



Logan University student Anthony Memmo (center) was selected as one of the winners of a $2,500 SACA Scholarship from Standard Process. 


Congratulations Anthony!

You can watch Anthony's winning video below:


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. 

    Assistance Needed for a Research Study


    Dr. Alicia M. Yochum is recruiting 25 participants for her research study investigating the relationship of altered biomechanics (pronation) to bone marrow edema and pain in the joints of the lower extremity, the sacroiliac joints and the joints of the lower lumbar spine. 

    Students will receive $100 for their time, extra credit in various classes and two educational DVDs at the completion of the study. A sign-up sheet is available in the Department of Radiology, and the first 12 females and 13 males to qualify will be included in the study. You must be between 20-30 years old, have a normal BMI and be willing to restrict running to 10 miles/week. This study will last a total of six weeks (four weeks in pronation and two weeks for follow up.  Please contact Dr. Yochum in the radiology department at 636-230-1834 or alicia.yochum@logan.edu.

    Logan University Opens Chiropractic Clinic at Paraquad

    Logan University has opened a part-time clinic at Paraquad, a non-profit community health and wellness resource in St. Louis that helps people with disabilities live more independently and actively participate in their communities. 

    This collaborative partnership between Logan University and Paraquad places Logan students in an integrated health care environment, working alongside physical and occupational therapists. As part of Paraquad’s Health & Wellness Program, the clinic allows Logan students to provide hands-on chiropractic treatment while learning from other health care professionals about patient care.

    "Paraquad is as much a place to help participants learn to adapt to their environments as it is a place for Logan students to learn the benefits of working in an integrated health care setting,” said Dr. Dana Underkoefler- Mercer, associate professor in Logan’s Chiropractic Science and Clinical Science divisions. “We look forward to expanding our presence here, as Paraquad makes plans for a larger space to house the Health & Wellness Program."
     
    Logan President Dr. Clay McDonald said Logan’s involvement at Paraquad is helping place Logan and its graduates at the forefront of integrated health care education and health care delivery.

    “When we connect out students with participants at facilities like Paraquad, where they work in partnership with a health care team on complex cases, we’re giving them an opportunity to greatly impact a person’s life,” McDonald said. “This level of learning us critical for preparing students for the modern health care system.” 

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