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Logan Named a 2020 “Great College to Work For”

Logan University is one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a new survey by The Great Colleges to Work For® program. The results, released in a special insert of The Chronicle of Higher Education, are based on a survey of 221 colleges and universities. In all, 79 of the 221 institutions achieved “Great College to Work For” recognition for specific best practices and policies. Results are reported for small, medium, and large institutions, with Logan included among the small universities with 500 to 2,999 students. Logan won honors in three categories this year: Compensation …

Virtual Commencement Ceremonies – April & August 2020 Graduates

Female student celebrating graduation.

Join us in celebrating Logan University’s April and August 2020 graduates with virtual commencement ceremonies on Saturday, August 22: 10 a.m.: April 2020 College of Chiropractic Graduates 12 p.m.: August 2020 College of Chiropractic Candidates 2 p.m.: April 2020 College of Health Sciences Graduates and August 2020 College of Health Sciences Candidates Additionally, we will honor the accomplishments of the College of Chiropractic and College of Health Sciences August 2020 graduating class with a Virtual Awards Ceremony on Friday, August 21 at 9 a.m. Each ceremony will be streamed here. As you watch the ceremony, share your well wishes for …

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 Partners with World Federation of Chiropractic

Logan is proud to be named a corporate partner of the World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC), which represents the interests of the chiropractic profession in over 90 countries worldwide. “The World Federation of Chiropractic is a valued partner in our shared mission of improving access to chiropractic across the globe. For many years, the WFC has served Logan well as resource, supporter and champion of our students, faculty and graduates, and our recent commitment to this organization is a just one example of our gratitude,” said Logan University President Clay McDonald. DC, MBA, JD. “We are truly honored to be …

Dr. Melissa Engelson Appointed to ACA’s Sports Council Bylaws Task Force

Dr. Melissa Engelson

Melissa Engelson, DC, DHPE, MS, CSCS, DACBSP®, ICCSP, assistant professor and clinical assessor at Logan, was recently appointed to the American Chiropractic Association’s (ACA) Sports Council Bylaws Task Force. The ACA Sports Council was established to help provide advanced educational programs to engage chiropractors who are committed to improving and promoting chiropractic treatment of athletes. Dr. Engelson will be working to review and update the council’s bylaws. This term will culminate at the ACA Engage in 2022. This conference is part of ongoing efforts to educate members and provide networking and leadership-development opportunities. “I have been waiting and watching for …

Statement on George Floyd Tragedy

Dear Logan faculty, staff, students and community: Like so many people around the nation, we are experiencing feelings of sadness, frustration and anger as we try to wrap our minds around the violent and tragic events that took place in Minneapolis last week and the countless others that have occurred both in St. Louis and around the country. This is yet another reminder that we have not yet reached a “perfect Union” and we continue to see evidence of racism and inequity that has plagued our society since it’s inception. Violence and social injustice have no place in any community, …