Sherman Shares - March 2011
Top 10 reasons to Attend Your Sherman Reunion
- 10. To see if 50 year olds can still get into positions
one and two
- 9. To show off your vintage 4-color pen
- 8. To re-enact your first-quarter Bagelfest song (Sing! Sing!)
- 7. To see if you can still climb cardiac hill
- 6. To see if it really IS a beautiful day at Sherman College
To be continued….
- Sherman College Lyceum Reunion
Weekend May 26, 27, 28, 2011
Celebrating the 35th anniversary of our Pioneer Classes of 1976 and milestone
anniversaries for graduates of 1981, ’86, ’91, ’96, ’01 and ‘06
- Alumni Reunion
May 27, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Azalea Ballroom at the Marriott downtown Spartanburg
- Contact Director of Alumni Relations Marggi
Roldan for more information or to make your reservations for
Thank You for Your Service
Dr. Charles Love, Dr. Judy Ross, and Dr. Mary Ellen Rada have completed their
terms of service on our Board of Trustees. Their efforts in steering the course
of Sherman College's future are appreciated.
Meet the New Trustees:
Carson, Knowles & Kevorkian
J. Carson, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.
Warren J. Carson, Ph.D., of Tryon, NC, is a professor of English
and associate vice chancellor for Academic Affairs at the University of South
Carolina -Upstate, where he has worked since 1984. He brings a wide range of
leadership experience to Sherman College including elective office, a dozen
years on a community college board of trustees with four years as chair, and
a rich background in diversity advocacy. His Ph.D. is from USC, his M.A. from
Clark Atlanta University and his A.B. from University of North Carolina. Read
Peter J. Kevorkian, B.S., D.C.
As a frequent speaker at Sherman College’s Lyceum, New
Beginnings Philosophy weekends, FSCO Triune Seminars, Massachusetts Chiropractic
Society conventions and recently at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic,
Peter J. Kevorkian, D.C., has received numerous awards throughout his career,
including Sherman’s Chiropractor of the Year in 2009, an honor he shares
with his wife, Regent Patti Giuliani, D.C. Read
Daniel M. Knowles III, B.A., D.C., '96
Daniel Knowles, D.C., is a second generation chiropractor who
has been caring for patients and training other doctors since 1996. He
graduated with the Clinical Excellence Award from Sherman College and practiced
privately in Spartanburg for two years before moving to Boulder, CO. He is certified
in Network Spinal Analysis and was named Health Care Practitioner of the Year
in 1998 in South Carolina. Read more...
Make your Nominations for Sherman Awards
Deadline is April 8, 2011.
here for Nomination form.
Dr. Ernie Landi
Rebecca Halstead (ret.)
Dr. Bill DeMoss
- Activator Methods Chiropractic Technique (AMCT)
- Blair Technique
- Gonstead Technique
- Women in Chiropractic
- The Three Ts of Pediatric Chiropractic
- Georgia Law
- South Carolina Rules and Regulation
- Risk Management - Precautions and Contraindications in a Chiropractic
- Easy no cost ways to boost your practice profit!
- Professional Boundaries
- Risk Management – Coding and Documentation
- Practice Start-up or Enhancement
- How to build a High Volume, Low Overhead, Cash Practice and Have Fun
- "The Top Ten Financial Mistakes that Most People Make" &
– Its Many Uses"
- The Science of Chiropractic & Vertebral Subluxation
- Advanced Imaging Basics and Case Studies
- Subluxation and the Neurology of Health
- Proficiency in Chiropractic, Clinical and Communications Skills
- Connections of Health
- The Explosion of Childhood Illness
- Infinite Principles
7th Annual South Carolina Upstate
The following four submissions have been accepted at the 7th Annual South Carolina Upstate Research Symposium (http://www.uscupstate.edu/symposium/
), to be held on Friday,
April 15 at Milliken & Company
- Delain R., McMasters K. L., Wang J., York J. and Hart J. Blood
Pressure Changes in African American Patients Receiving Chiropractic Care
from Chiropractic Interns: A Pilot Study.(platform presentation)
- Hart J. Temperature Readings of the Upper Neck and Health Perception (platform presentation)
- Luo P. G., Sun Y.-P., Luo J., and Liu J.-H. Cytotoxicity Studies
of Carbon Nanoparticles (poster presentation)
- Wu G., Fleischier and S. Subcellular Localization of Ryanodine Receptor
3 in the Skeletal Muscle of the Mouse. (platform presentation)
Research Funding Available for VS-Based Research
Sherman College of Chiropractic has received a generous donation
for faculty to do subluxation-related research.
Purpose: To promote and support research and scholarly activities
at Sherman College
Award: Each award is $1,000.
Eligibility: Faculty member of Sherman College of Chiropractic
- A submitted research proposal with: a) Background section on topic, b)
detailed Methods section, and c) relevant literature citations from the scientific
- Project should be subluxation-based;
- Project should be aimed at eventual publication in a peer-reviewed journal;
- Quality is judged by the Research Committee;
- Award of funding will be made when paper on project is completed.
In addition, funding can be used to purchase materials, equipment, etc. If you
are interested, please contact the Research Department.
Thanks and Happy Research!
Promote your practice
while you share chiropractic
as a profession.
Reflection Park $25,000
Lamp Post $1000
(2 named, 6 available)
If you are interested in landscape beautification, there are trees to be named.
All tree donors will be recognized on a plaque that will hang in the Scallon
P.O. Box 1452
Spartanburg, SC 29304
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