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Logan University Welcomes New Members to Board of Trustees

Logan University is proud to welcome three new members to its Board of Trustees: Kathy Boulet, DC (’89), DAAPM, FIACA, CCAC; Christine Goertz, DC, PhD; and Tara McConkey, CFA. The Board of Trustees is an elected body of professionals representing a broad range of experience and backgrounds. The group collectively guides Logan University leadership on its mission to be a diverse and engaging community committed to excellence in health sciences, education and service. “Kathy, Christine and Tara bring years of experience and expertise in chiropractic care, research, integrative health, financial planning and executive leadership to our Board of Trustees. I …

Introducing the Spirit of Logan Distinguished Alumni Award

Dr. Norman Kettner gives brief remarks after receiving the inaugural Spirit of Logan Distinguished Alumni Award.

Logan University is proud to announce that Richard M. Bruns, DC (’80), Norman W. Kettner, DC (’80), DACBR, FICC, and William D. Purser, DC (’53) are the inaugural recipients of the Spirit of Logan Distinguished Alumni Award. The award represents the highest distinction bestowed upon an alumnus for their accomplishments and for making a significant, lasting difference to Logan. The inaugural winners were selected by the University based on the criteria of leadership, philanthropy, industry achievement and service. “This prestigious award formally recognizes individuals whose exemplary accomplishments, service and commitment have brought credit to Logan as well as the chiropractic …

Logan University Return-to-Campus Plan

Students, Faculty and Staff: First and foremost, I have been overwhelmed by the support you all have provided over the past few months. Through these difficult times and unprecedented challenges, you have demonstrated courage, leadership and solidarity in such a way that makes me proud of those who call Logan their home. We have been working extremely hard on developing a multi-phase, return-to-campus plan that keeps your health and safety a top priority. St. Louis County’s recent announcement to reopen has allowed Logan to move forward with this plan in accordance with federal, state and county guidelines. As always, we …

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, …

We Miss You

To our entire Logan community: campus isn’t the same without you here. It’s a little too quiet, and the vibrancy you bring to campus is surely missed. As Logan President Clay McDonald shares in the below video, we’re eager for the day we’re all back together as a community for on-campus learning. Until then, stay well.  

COVID-19: Coronavirus Updates

Attention Students: As of March 23, 2020 Logan courses have moved online and are available from Canvas. A full list of information and resources for Students and Faculty is on our website here. If you need technology support please contact the IT Help Desk at:  636-207-2475 or email the IT Help Desk at:  help.desk@logan.edu. We are committed to providing timely and frequent communication as we learn more and navigate this situation. Find updates from Logan University, resources and  the latest information from the CDC and from other organizations, here: www.logan.edu/healthupdate