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Welcome to Logan University's Virtual Ceremony!

Welcome to Logan University's Virtual Ceremony!

White Coat Ceremony


Congratulations! We are honored to celebrate this academic achievement with you and your family and friends today.

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Ceremony Program

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Experience life as a Doctor of #Chiropractic student at one of the world’s leading health sciences universities at our virtual Future Leopard Weekend, June 19. Reserve your spot at the #linkinbio. #DCtoBe #LoganUniversity #LeadersMade
Spots still remain for our fall 2021 cohort of Athletic Training students! Our program prepares you to provide evidence-based, proactive care in many health care capacities. Learn more & apply today at the #linkinbio!
This week, Doctors of Chiropractic and Logan Health Center clinicians showed Chesterfield seniors how therabands can be used for at-home resistance training exercises. The presentation was part of @chesterfieldparks’ Educational Series on Healthy Living. Thank you for making a difference in the community, Drs. Mark Hewitt, Devon Ackroyd, Mero Nunez and Amy Koch! #LoganUniversity #LeadersMade
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. Join our information-packed live webinar led by COHS Career Strategist Erika Fitzgibbon on Wednesday, June 23 at 5pm CST for an insider's look at the outstanding career support you'll find at Logan. Register at the #linkinbio.
In our next faculty spotlight, get to know Director of Resident & Fellow Education Daniel Haun, DC ('04), DACBR: 

What does leadership/#LeadersMade mean to you? Preparing students to be evidence-based practitioners and advocates for improving patient outcomes through value-based care.

What’s your advice to incoming students? Develop a passion and internal motivation for learning.  This will carry you for the rest of your career and will keep things interesting.

Hidden talent? I used to sing in a show choir.

My favorite memory from my time at Logan is…  Too many good memories to pick just one...

Favorite place you’ve traveled and why? Madrid, Spain, because of the rich history and delicious food.

Favorite STL restaurant? El Toluco.
Last year, in light of the global pandemic, we had to make the difficult decision to host virtual commencement ceremonies for our 2020 graduates. Now, we are thrilled to announce an in-person celebration to recognize the achievements of our April, August and December 2020 graduates of both the College of Chiropractic and College of Health Sciences on Saturday, August 21, 2021 at 4 p.m. at the William D. Purser Center. The ceremony will be followed by an hors d’oeuvre reception and will be live-streamed for those unable to attend the in-person event. 
2020 graduates, please complete the survey at the link in our bio to indicate your intentions to attend. We can’t wait to celebrate you! #LeadersMade #LoganUGrad
Congratulations are in order for Rodney Williams, DC, FICC, 2000 Logan University grad and former Logan Trustee, who received the American Black Chiropractic Association's Chiropractor of the Year Award during last week's @abcachiro National Convention! #LeadersMade
White Coats are always in style. #DCtoBe #LeadersMade 
#Repost @paigeamitchell with @get.repost
it was kinda windy outside today...
needed a coat 🩺👩🏼‍⚕️
As director of external clinic rotations, Jason Goodman, DC ('98), PhD helps current students stay on track to secure their dream external rotation site. Get to know him! 

What does leadership mean to you? Leadership starts with guiding by example. It is having the ability to work toward a common goal and rally those around you toward that goal. 

What’s your advice to incoming students? Work hard, stay focused, and have an open mind. Health care is changing rapidly, and students need to be agile and willing to learn new things and adapt to the constantly changing landscape. I also encourage students to step out of their comfort zone and be willing to learn new skills and techniques. 

My favorite memory from my time at Logan is… I worked at Logan on the grounds crew for seven summers, starting when I was 16. I was once caught napping by then-president Dr. Beatrice Hagen. She walked out to the middle of a field to ask me if I was ok, while I had my head down on the steering wheel of the mower – a very embarrassing moment that I did not live down for a long time.  On a more positive note – when the library was named after my late father, Dr. George Goodman, pretty cool moment. 

Most people don’t know that… Between my wife and I, we have a total of 7 children, ages range from 8-24. At least two of them are following in the chiropractic footsteps, maybe more in the future... chiropractors, not kids!

Hidden talent? I am an avid grill master. I grill year-round, rain, shine, or snow. I have the beef tenderloin down to a fine art.
Congrats to this #LoganUniversity #DCtoBe! We can’t wait to have you, Anthony. 

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“Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome while trying to succeed.” 
– Booker T. Washington

Words cannot explain of how excited I am to finally announce that I will be attending Logan University School of Chiropractic this Fall! 

Inspiration and motivation from my support system has brought me this far and will carry me through this new stage of my life. To that, I thank every single one of you who has contributed in this accomplishment.
#DCtoBe #loganuniversity #blackchiropractors #futurechiropractor #chiropractor
If you're analytical, data-driven and interested in medicine but not interested in providing direct patient care, a career in #healthinformatics may be right for you. The combination of #technology, #business and #medicine used to ensure access to accurate data to provide quality health care services, health informatics careers are growing and in high demand. On our blog, learn from faculty member Dr. Regina Glenn about how our Master's in Health Informatics prepares the health care heroes behind the screen.
DYK? Logan has an 18-hole disc golf course on campus that is free & open to the public! Since being redesigned in 2019, the course has seen a huge increase in traffic--in fact, there have been nearly 10,000 rounds played on our course in the last year alone, and the new design is currently rated 4.1 out of 5 per UDisc, the leading disc golf app. Additionally, we're excited to host the St. Louis Disc Golf Open this September--an A-tier tournament that will attract some of the best disc golf players in the country.
Reminder: Applications for Logan’s two Doctor of Chiropractic scholarships are still open! Visit Logan.edu/Scholarships for information regarding criteria and application. Applications close at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, June 1.
Associate Professor Christopher Fahs, PhD, CSCS teaches biomechanics, exercise testing and prescription, clinical exercise physiology, and kinesiology at Logan. Get to know him! 

What does leadership mean to you? Leadership is using your best attributes to contribute to your personal mission and the mission of any organization to which you belong. 
What’s your advice to incoming students? Ask questions. You never know what unexpected things you might learn if you ask questions. 
My favorite part about working at Logan is… the people. 
Next up on the bucket list? Travel and see friends again. 
Currently reading? Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind 
Hidden talent? I am a former professional natural bodybuilder.
Next up in our faculty spotlight series, get to know Kelley Humphries, DC, MS, EMT-P, CSCS, ICCSP, CCSP, executive director of Paralympic operations! 

What does leadership mean to you? Understanding that the true essence of leadership is embracing that as a leader you are a true servant to the people you lead. Their overall well-being is your focus and ultimate goal.

My favorite memory from my time at Logan is… Watching the first group of interns I had assigned to me as a clinician graduate.

Currently reading? Essentialism by Greg McKeown, Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday, Linchpin by Seth Godin, and re-listening to Becoming by Michelle Obama

Next up on the bucket list? Go on a true holiday in Santorini, Greece. 

Favorite place you’ve traveled and why? Turks and Caicos Island – It was the first international trip I took that was not 100% work related.
Reminder to all Doctor of Chiropractic students: Applications for Logan’s two summer 2021 scholarships are open until 3 p.m. on Tuesday, June 1, and the Writing Center staff is available for assistance. Visit logan.edu/Scholarships for more information regarding criteria and application. #DCtoBe #LeadersMade
Active people need health care providers that truly understand the demands of physical performance. Logan's Master's in Athletic Training prepares you to provide evidence-based, preventative, proactive care in many health care capacities. Apply today at the link in our bio!
“As someone in the health and fitness industry, all you want to do is help improve someone else’s quality of life. I’m not only improving these soldiers’ quality life, but I’m also helping them be safe while they serve and protect our country,” said 2020 Master of Science in Sports Science & Rehabilitation graduate Beth Bearden, who works as a fitness program specialist for the U.S. Army at Fort Carson Military Base. Read her story on our blog. #linkinbio

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