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2021 Spring Scholarships Now Open

Applications for 2021 Spring Scholarships open Tuesday, Dec. 15. View scholarship criteria and apply here. This year, 28 scholarships ─ valued collectively at more than $63,000 ─ are available to current Logan students. Additionally, a new College of Health Sciences scholarship is being offered. Applications close at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 19. Scholarships help reduce overall student loan debt while connecting students to alumni and potential employers. Applications go through a blind selection process, meaning those who review the scholarship applications are not provided with information about the applicant, ensuring a fair selection process. All students are encouraged to check …

Believe to Achieve

Dr. Megan Zacheis, Academic Success Coach Let’s take a few minutes and look forward 5 years into our future. Where are you? What type of career do you have? Where do you see yourself working?  Who are you surrounded by? Where are you living? Are you successful? Write these thoughts down on a piece of paper and place it in a space that is visible; somewhere that you will notice it often. Make sure you place it in a space that will allow you to view it every single day; perhaps posting it on your bathroom mirror or bedroom door. …

Logan Alumna Returns to Campus to Pursue Dream of Becoming Registered Dietitian

Two weeks after graduating from Logan’s Master of Science in Nutrition & Human Performance (MSNHP) program in May 2019, Caitlyn Sheppard was ready to take the next step in her career when she discovered the University’s new graduate-level dietetics program. “I knew it was the perfect opportunity to pursue my dream of becoming a registered dietitian (RD),” said Caitlyn, a trimester 8 student. “I immediately contacted my advisor at Logan and asked what I needed to do to get in.” In January 2020, Caitlyn became one of 14 students in Logan’s first cohort of students entering the graduate-level registered dietitian …

DO to DC: Student Robert Cozzens Pursues Loves for Holistic Care

Robert Cozzens, DO has always been passionate about helping others. After completing his undergraduate degree from the University of Louisville, he went on to complete medical school. After working in family medicine, however, he quickly realized the path he was on was not meant for him. “I truly enjoyed the osteopathic aspects of my job, but the medicine part just wasn’t sitting right with me,” Dr. Cozzens said. “I knew I had a passion for Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, so I began looking for other medical residencies to participate in.” Dr. Cozzens learned that securing a spot in a second residency …

How to Become a Chiropractor

Through their care, Doctors of Chiropractic (DCs) can improve patients’ health, performance and quality of life naturally and non-invasively—without the use of prescription drugs. As public interest in drug-free pain management grows, chiropractors have become integral members of a patient’s care team. In fact, according to Forbes, there will be a 12% increase in demand for chiropractors from 2016-2026—faster than the average growth for all occupations. Whether you want to own your own practice or work in a clinical setting with other health professionals, as a chiropractor you can tailor your career to your interests and build a life that’s …

Breaking Through Writer’s Block

By Josh Hutchison, PhD, director of Logan’s Writing Center Logan University Student Affairs presents strategies for getting unstuck: 1. WIRMI. Many people already use this technique but might not know there’s a name for it. You might think of it as “self-talking” or “breaking it down.” WIRMI stands for “What I really mean is,” and how you do it is straightforward: you forget about phrasing things nicely, you forget about citation and incorporating sources, you forget about your potential audience and logical organization and just write what you want to say but can’t seem to put right. If you find …