May 2004  
Lyceum 2004
 

Join us for Lyceum 2004- FUN-damentals of Chiropractic, May 27-30. Online registration availalbe.

 
Student Journals
  Read about a day in the life of a Sherman Student. Three students keep online journals of their experiences. Read more  
Alumni
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  Production of the Sherman College Department of Public Relations. Editor: Karen Rhodes, Director of Public Relations.  
 
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SHERMAN SHARES MAY 2004
Sherman Shares is a monthly publication
of Sherman College of  Straight Chiropractic

 NEWS AND EVENTS 
 
JOB Center Helps Students Get Started in Practice
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  The Office of Student Affairs staff has created a JOB Center to assist students in getting information about practice building skills. The JOB (Just Opening Business) Center was created as a resource tool to be used in conjunction with services that are already available through Student Affairs such as the Career Opportunity Notebook. While the Career Opportunity Notebook provides... READ MORE
 
 
  Wise Named to Ethics and Boundaries Test Committee
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  Dean of Clinical Sciences Leslie M. Wise, D.C., has been appointed to the Ethics and Boundaries test committee for the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE).  While the NBCE is perhaps best known for its testing services (including Part I, II, III and IV) for licensing purposes to advanced chiropractic students and recent graduates, the organization also offers... READ MORE
 
 
  FEATURES  
  Lyceum is Right Around the Corner!
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  Lyceum is right around the corner! You won’t want to miss the FUN-damentals of Chiropractic, a weekend of fun, fellowship and, of course, top-notch chiropractic programs and presenters. Lyceum 2004 offers 37 speakers and 96 hours of CE credit from which to choose. READ MORE
 
 
  Career Day Speakers
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  At Lyceum Career Day 2004, prospective students and their families will learn about an exciting and rewarding career as a doctor of chiropractic, meet faculty, students and alumni, tour the campus and observe hands-on chiropractic, basic science and research demonstrations.  Attendees will also learn... READ MORE  
     
  PHOTO FEATURES  
  Lyceum 2003 - A Look Back
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  Highlights from Lyceum 2003. VIEW PHOTOS  
     
   
  DID YOU KNOW?                                                                          
1 More than 1,100 chiropractors, C.A.s, students, prospective students, family members and guests attended Lyceum 2003.
2 There’s still time to submit your abstract for the International Research and Philosophy Symposium in October 2004 with keynote speaker Christopher Kent, D.C. Abstracts are due May 31. For details, go to www.sherman.edu/edu/continued/iraps.html.
3 You can read about the experiences of three Sherman students in their online journals. To get the scoop about life at Sherman, go to www.sherman.edu/edu/studentlife/journals.html.
4 The “My Scholarship” program rewards chiropractors and friends of the college who refer aspiring D.C.s to Sherman College by establishing scholarship funds in their names. Referrers earn $1,000 scholarship credit for each student referred upon the enrollment of that student at Sherman College. Once the scholarship fund reaches $5,000, referrers can award the scholarship — in whole or in part — to a new student (or students) of their choice.