Logan's 2017 Spring Symposium held April 27-30 drew a record-setting 646 attendees - the largest attendance dating back to its inception in 2014.
The expertise and diversity of this year’s thought leaders in the chiropractic and health fields attracted members of the Logan community, both near and far.
- Logan President Clay McDonald, DC, JD, MBA, delivered the State of the University Address which included an update on Logan’s evolving curriculum to better prepare students for practice as well as University-wide efforts to raise awareness of the benefits of chiropractic care, both locally and globally.
- Michele Maiers, DC, MPH, PhD, executive director of research and innovation at Northwestern Health Sciences University, who was named this year’s recipient of the Dr. Beatrice B. Hagen Award, addressed chiropractors as innovative entrepreneurs and leaders beyond complementary and integrative health care.
- Additional lectures were given by 27 speakers on topics ranging from chiropractic techniques and functional neuroimaging to becoming a chiropractic expert in the community.
- Scholarships were awarded to nearly 50 students.
Save the date for next year’s Spring Symposium scheduled for May 3-6, 2018.