14th Annual Joseph W. Howe Oration in Diagnostic Imaging

Live Webinar July 30th

Webinar: Sports, Olympics & the Military: Careers in Athletic Training

Webinar: Sports, Olympics & the Military: Careers in Athletic Training 5 p.m. CST, Wednesday, July 14 Athletic Trainers are making a difference in fields ranging from professional sports to the performing arts. Is a career in Athletic Training right for you? Explore the options in our free, live webinar on Careers in Athletic Training. Led by the program director and faculty from Logan’s Master’s in Athletic Training program, this interactive panel discussion will feature athletic trainers with experience working for collegiate athletics programs, performing arts groups, Boeing and the U.S. Army. What’s it like to keep elite athletes and artists …

Webinar: The Logan Chiropractic Student Experience

Webinar: The Logan Chiropractic Student Experience Date: 5 p.m. CST, Wednesday, June 30 Session led by: Devin Woods (Oklahoma City, OK), Megan Mattox (Midland, MI), CJ Gaertner (Wyckoff, NJ), Luke Shackleford (Smithville, AR) Are you considering chiropractic school? Get the insiders’ perspective on student life in one of the nation’s leading Doctor of Chiropractic programs. Join four current Logan University DC students for a lively, interactive webinar Wednesday, June 30. Representing four regions of the country, these student ambassadors will give you the straight story on what it’s like to live and learn in the vibrant St. Louis area, why …

Webinar: Putting Your Health Sciences Degree to Work with Career Strategist Erika Fitzgibbon

Putting Your Health Sciences Degree to Work with Career Strategist Erika Fitzgibbon 5 p.m. CST, Wednesday, June 23 Session led by: Erika Fitzgibbon, Career Strategist Whether you’re pursuing a Bachelor’s in Human Biology, a Master’s in Sports Science, Athletic Training, or Nutrition, or a Doctorate of Health Professions Education, Logan Career Services is here to help you succeed before, during and well-after you earn your degree. Offering a level of sophistication and support few universities can match, Logan Career Services provides a robust range of career training and transition services for students, new grads and practicing alumni. Led by the …

Alumni from Advanced Care Specialists Visit Logan for Recruitment

Emma Minx, DC (’14), CCSP, MS (’15), Nicholas Kampfer, DC (’14) and Jonathan Saigh, DC (’15) of Advanced Care Specialists (ACS) visited Logan’s campus earlier this week to recruit future Logan graduates for chiropractic positions within their multidisciplinary clinic. “At our clinic, there are multiple medical providers working in one location, meaning chiropractors have a unique opportunity to co-treat with other medical providers,” said Dr. Minx, who serves as clinic director at ACS in Racine, Wisconsin. “We are growing as a clinic and looking to expand. We are working to change health care by creating a comprehensive and efficient patient …

Choosing a Program that’s Right for You: DHPE vs EdD vs PhD

Melissa Engelson, Doctor of Health Professions Education; Stephen Nickell, EdD; Jason Goodman, PhD

Making the decision to pursue a terminal degree is a tremendous commitment, and choosing a specific program to enroll in provides another set of challenges with much to consider. Below, three Logan faculty members share their experiences in their respective terminal degree programs and how each has impacted their current careers in academia. Melissa Engelson, DHPE (’20), DC, MS, CCSP, DACBSP graduated from Logan’s Doctor of Health Professions Education program, Stephen Nickell, EdD, LAT, ATC earned his Doctor of Education at the University of Missouri and Jason Goodman, PhD, DC (’98) pursued his Doctor of Philosophy at St. Louis University. …

Logan Faculty Member Makes Strides in Athletic Training Career

Curtis Wildes PhD, ATC, CSCS, DO(EU)

According to the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA), over half of working certified athletic trainers choose to enter the field as athletic trainers in secondary or higher education. This is the result of many students now knowing there are currently endless possibilities for the profession, which is growing to become an integral part of several different industries. “Athletic trainers have an opportunity to expand the profession as a whole,” Curtis M. Wildes, PhD, ATC, CSCS, DO(EU)  said. “I hope Logan students see that they can dive into the non-traditional settings available and gain a lot more from those experiences.” As …