Welcome Laurie Hart and Meadow Campbell to Logan!

Please welcome Laurie Hart, MS and Meadow Campbell, MA to Logan! Both Laurie and Meadow will be serving as Lab Assistants.

                                           Laurie Hart, MS                                         Meadow Campbell, MA

SLU MBA Open House - October 7th

Representatives from Saint Louis University’s (SLU) John Cook School of Business will be on the Logan campus, Wednesday, October 7th in Room #G102. Registration begins at 5:30pm with the presentation taking place from 6-7pm. At the Graduate Business Information Session, you will have the opportunity to informally meet with other prospective students, alumni, faculty and staff, ask questions of a panel of current students and alumni and listen to a presentation about curriculum, admission criteria, career resources, etc.

Saint Louis University has been ranked for “2016 Best Graduate Schools” by U.S. News and Work Report: #73 Top Business Program, #15 International Business and #17 Supply Chain Management. Logan’s campus is a perfect choice for SLU to offer MBA courses for students who live and work in the West St. Louis County area.

Please click here to RSVP. 

Club Day - September 23rd


Club Day will be held on Wednesday, September 23rd at 11:30am inside the Purser Center lobby. Logan's Greek, sports and specialty clubs will be present to provide information.

Learn about all of Logan's clubs and get involved!

Food will be available. Tickets from the club booths will be required to receive food.

InTouch - September 2015

The September 2015 issue of InTouch has been published.

This issue of InTouch features new citations of interest from topics such as spinal manipulation, manual therapy, pain, scoliosis, nutrition, human performance, osteoarthritis and more. A list of recent faculty and staff publications is also included.

Clinic Abroad - Dominican Republic - August 2015

At the end of August, eight Logan University students and two faculty members embarked on a clinic abroad trip to the Dominican Republic. The trip was designed to push students out of their comfort zone while treating citizens of a third-world country with chiropractic care.

The group spent six clinic days in the country, split between two different locations in Santo Domingo. In total, the students and clinicians saw 617 total patient visits during their stay.

The next clinic abroad trip is already being planned and is tentatively scheduled between January 2nd, 2016 and January 11th, 2016. If you're interested in attending, contact Dr. Barry Wiese at Barry.Wiese@logan.edu.