January 2005  
Continuing Education

With Robert Leach, D.C., and John Hart, D.C.
February 19-20, 2005
Sherman College in Spartanburg, SC More

With Roy Sweat, D.C., and Matt Sweat, D.C.
March 5-6, 2005
Sweat Clinic in Atlanta, Georgia More

With Kirk Eriksen, D.C.
March 12-13, 2005
in Atlanta, GA More

Student Weblogs
  Read about a day in the life of a Sherman Student. Six students keep online blogs of their experiences. Read more  
  Alumni: let us know where you are and what you're up to! You can update your info, send news and announcements right on our website in the alumni section.  
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Sherman Shares is a monthly publication
of Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic

  Sherman Granted Reaffirmation of Accreditation from CCE

The Commission on Accreditation (COA) of the Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE) notified Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic on January 14, 2005, that it had reaffirmed accreditation of the doctor of chiropractic degree program. As such, the doctor of chiropractic degree program of Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the Council on Chiropractic Education READ MORE

  Graduates, Pioneers Celebrate Sherman's 100th Commencement
  While 46 new chiropractors reminisced about their last three and a half years at Sherman, graduates of the college’s first class traveled back in time 28 years to a humble but memorable ceremony held at a local movie theater in 1976 in Spartanburg, SC. Sherman College’s December 2004 commencement ceremony proved to be a memorable one for both the 100th graduating class and the “Pioneer” graduates in attendance. READ MORE  
  We Met the Challenge

Thanks to the many alumni and friends of the college who answered our request for donations! Sherman College met the challenge of raising $75,000 by the end of 2004 to earn matching funds from Dr. William Harris and the Foundation for the Advancement of Chiropractic Education. READ MORE


2005 International Research and Philosophy Symposium

  Plans for the 2005 International Research and Philosophy Symposium, to be held October 22-23 on the campus of Sherman College, are underway. This year’s conference invites papers focused on the philosophical and scientific aspects of the neurophysiological components of the vertebral subluxation. Abstracts are due June 1, 2005. For details, please visit the IRAPS section of the Sherman web site or contact Rebecca Clusserath at 800-849-8771, ext. 1229, or e-mail rclusserath@sherman.edu.  
  Sherman Welcomes 16 in Winter Class
  On January 3, 2005, Sherman College welcomed the Winter 2005 class during New Student Orientation. Students were first greeted by Stacy Flowers, Dean of Student Affairs and then introduced to Dr. Jerry Hardee, president of Sherman College, who congratulated them on their success in acceptance into the doctor of chiropractic program. Dr. Myron Brown, Executive Vice President and Provost, also spent a few minutes... READ MORE  
  Experience Bagelfest January 2005 in a PHOTO REVIEW  
  Lyceum Poll
  Lyceum is right around the corner! As we continue in our preparations for this year’s event (to be held May 26-29), we’d love to take your suggestions into consideration. Please help us by filling out our short survey. Look for more on Lyceum 2005 in upcoming issues of Sherman Shares.  
  DID YOU KNOW?                                                                          
1 Twenty-one percent of Sherman students are native South Carolinians.
2 The land that is now the Sherman College campus was once a dairy farm.
3 The college now has more than 2,500 alumni practicing across the country and around the world.
4 The Ambassador Program now has 215 participants. In 2004, these Ambassadors attended 38 events and recruited 29 prospective students. Director of Ambassador Relations Leroy G. Moore, D.C., attended 20 conventions and recruited 15 prospective students.
5 This fall, Director of Recruitment and Minority Relations Mackel Harris and Career Counselor Matthew Christopher will be visiting approximately 150 undergraduate colleges and universities along the Altantic seaboard and across the Southeast. Take a look at their schedules.