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August 2020 Postgraduate Programs

Committed to our graduates’ ongoing development, Logan University’s Postgraduate Department offers a variety of engaging, affordable and applicable continuing education programs. Please see below for upcoming postgraduate webinars, live seminars, and on-demand programs. For more information or to register, visit www.logan.edu/post-grad or contact the Postgraduate Department at postgrad@logan.edu or 800-842-3234. On-Demand Activator Technique Interactive Virtual Training Module 1: Basic Scan Protocol of the Activator Method Module 2: Upper Extremities Module 3: Lower Extremities For additional online postgraduate programs on relevant topics in chiropractic, visit ce4chiros.com. Webinars August 8-9 Insurance Consultant Certification Program – Session #5 Examination, Diagnosis and Treatment of …

The Tower – Summer 2020

The summer issue of The Tower is out now! This issue dives into how the University and its graduates have responded to the global COVID-19 pandemic, two decades of groundbreaking research with Massachusetts General Hospital, alumni success stories and more. Read the online issue here.

Logan Hosts Record-Setting A.C.E.S. Workshop

High school students learn about suturing at Logan University's fourth annual Anatomy Centered Education and Science Workshop

Last week, Logan University hosted its fourth annual A.C.E.S. (Anatomy Centered Education and Science) Workshop for area high school students, organized by Dana Underkofler, DC, MS, professor and director of strategic partnerships for the College of Chiropractic. “The A.C.E.S. Workshop saw such great success this year,” Dr. Underkofler said. “This program came at the perfect time for these students. Their school years were cut short, and many of their summer activities were cancelled. A.C.E.S. provided them an opportunity to learn, and it was clear every student was eager to be in a classroom-like setting again.” Students were spread throughout the …

Your Whole Health: Gardening & Yard Work Tips

A hand shovel scoops up dirt in the garden

Warmer weather means more time spent outdoors and a new set of tasks like planting and watering flowers, picking up fallen limbs or mowing the lawn. Aimee Jokerst, DC (’97), FIAMA, assistant director of clinical experience at Logan, and Mero Nunez Jr., DC, assistant professor, offer tips on how to stay safe and healthy while spending more time working in your lawn or garden, including an easy-to-remember acronym developed by Dr. Nunez: POT. P – pace yourself. Gardening and yardwork are much like a marathon, not a sprint. Be sure to take breaks and don’t do too much work at …

Van Dusen Named to Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award Board of Examiners for 2020

Lee Van Dusen.

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has named Lee Van Dusen, DC, VP of Strategic Performance & Continuous Improvement at Logan University, to the Board of Examiners for the 2020 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. The Baldrige Award is the nation’s highest honor for organizational innovation and performance excellence. Appointed by the NIST Director, examiners are responsible for reviewing and evaluating applications submitted for the Baldrige Award, as well as other assessment-related tasks. The examiner board is composed of more than 325 leading experts competitively selected from industry, professional, trade, education, health care, and …

Logan University Provides Land for Chesterfield Park

Logan University has partnered with the City of Chesterfield and Chesterfield Parks & Recreation to provide a city park on Logan’s campus along Schoettler Road. This is the first and only park in Ward 3. Logan is providing, at no cost, a 4-acre parcel of land near the south campus entrance which will be developed and maintained by Chesterfield Parks & Recreation. The park, which will be called Logan Park, will include a small playground ADA-accessible with rubberized surface with multiple structures; two multi-use courts for pickle ball; and one small pavilion with restroom facilities. On-site parking will also be …