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Logan Faculty Organizes and Coordinates 2022 Warrior Games

The 2022 Department of Defense Warrior Games, hosted by the U.S. Army’s Training and Doctrine Command, took place August 19-28, 2022, at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort. Nearly 300 athletes from across the globe representing the U.S. military and ally nations participated in this event. Now in its twelfth year, the Warrior Games celebrate the resiliency and dedication of wounded, ill and injured active-duty and veteran U.S. military service members. Athletes compete in adaptive sports like wheelchair basketball, cycling, indoor rowing, wheelchair rugby, sitting volleyball and – as of just a few years …

Micheala Edwards, DC (‘09) to Give Summer Commencement Address

As a Logan graduate who once sat in the seats of the Purser Center listening to a commencement address at her own graduation ceremony, Michaeala Edwards, DC (’09) is thrilled to be the speaker for the upcoming Summer Commencement. “This feels like a real full circle moment for me,” Dr. Edwards said. “I’m really excited to be back on campus and to have the honor of giving the commencement address.” Dr. Edwards owns and practices at E. Elite Wellness Center in Kansas City, Missouri, and has previously served as American Black Chiropractic Association (ABCA) President, Vice President and Treasurer. A …

Logan University Announces Fourth Annual Women’s Health Symposium

In partnership with the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) Council on Women’s Health, Logan University presents the fourth annual Women’s Health Symposium, September 24-25, 2022, on Logan’s campus. With a theme of “Advances in Women’s Healthcare,” the symposium will feature expert leaders in women’s health discussing topics such as post-partum depression and choosing the right cleanse for female patient, whole food nutrition and sleep and more. The symposium is open to all health care professionals working with female patients and provides up to 12 hours of continuing education credits. Assistant Dean of the College of Chiropractic at Logan and ACA Council …

Logan University Names New VP of Academic Affairs

Logan University has selected Brian McAulay, DC, PhD, as Logan’s new Vice President of Academic Affairs. Dr. McAulay comes to Logan from South University in Savannah, Georgia, where he served as Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs for a seven-campus system. Dr. McAulay’s career has spanned three decades, with experience including senior leadership roles in both professional and chiropractic institutions of higher education. Dr. McAulay has served in academic leadership roles for Life University, Palmer College and Sherman College, and as President of Parker University, where he was responsible for strategic planning, growing enrollment and revenue, and outreach and advocacy with …

15th Annual Joseph W. Howe Oration in Diagnostic Imaging Recap

On Thursday, July 15th, Logan University’s Department of Radiology held the 15th Annual Joseph W. Howe Oration in Diagnostic Imaging. This Oration was organized by Logan University’s Dr. Norman Kettner and is designed to honor the extensive contributions and achievements of Dr. Joseph Howe to the education, research and practice of chiropractic radiology. Every year, eminent speakers have been selected to deliver the Oration from the fields of radiology, clinical practice, education and research, reflecting the extraordinarily wide scope of intellectual interest and contributions in the career of Dr. Joseph Howe. This year’s Oration address was delivered by Jeff King, …

Veteran Evan McBee Finds New Opportunities at Logan

Evan McBee, a veteran combat medic in the U.S. Army, always wanted to further his career in the medical field. A current undergraduate physician’s assistant student at Logan University, Evan is thankful that he can earn his degree from Logan on his own time. “I really like the asynchronous schedule and the trimester system,” Evan said. “I’m not one to prolong things if I can help it. I can get my degree at Logan in two and a half years, and I like that I can pair my lecture classes with my lab classes.” Once employed as a paramedic, Evan …