Sherman Shares - April 2011
The Kids are All Right!
President Jon Schwartzbauer and Sherman PRIDE Mascot Larry the Lion visited the college’s neighboring Hendrix Elementary School on Guys Read Day to help inspire boys to take care of their health, in particular their spines. Read more
Enrollment Services Poised for Growth
Even before arriving on campus in February, Vice President for Enrollment Services Kelley Jones Ashcraft understood the importance of growing the Sherman College student population. She realized the urgency when she looked at the department's goals: 30 new students in winter quarter, 35 new students in summer and 45 new students in the fall!
As a result, the Enrollment Services department was restructured for effectiveness and efficiency. Kristy Shepherd has been promoted to director of admission. Read more...
Top 10 Reasons to Attend Your Sherman Reunion
5. To revive the FAC
Lyceum is around the corner, and the ROAR program is extra excited about the inaugural Is there more to ROAR? Fun, Networking, Learning, & Tailgating event. During this event, we plan to:
Rocking with the Road Warriors & Rowdy
Back Row L to R: Brandon Homes, Brandon Tester, Rowdy the Road Hog, Katelyn Niemiec, Allison Kyzer, and Rob Lezotte. Front Row L to R: Courtney Bond, Erikka Curia, Vanessa Watkins, Elizabeth Balwah, and Missy Sandor. Not pictured: Dr. Jon Schwartzbauer, Dr. Jared Sargent, Rana Sargent, and Arthur Brennan.
Sherman College and a local alumnus thanked student leaders with a skybox party at a recent Greenville Road Warriors game. The event was to show appreciation to selected students for their volunteerism and leadership at the college.
Dr. Jared Sargent, ’05, the official team chiropractor for the Greenville Road Warriors hockey team, was instrumental in planning the event. He, along with President Jon Schwartzbauer, D.C., provided the tickets to a playoff game and the chance to view it from a skybox. Those in attendance were able to blow off a little stress from recent exams and receive advice from a successful grad. Some even watched their very first hockey game. Students invited included Lyceum team leaders, tour guides and student government officers.
A native of New Jersey, Dr. Sargent owns a thriving clinic in Mauldin, SC, and has been able to parlay his love of hockey into becoming a vital addition to the Road Warriors team.
The Road Warriors are part of the East Coast Hockey League and have enjoyed success in their inaugural year in Greenville, SC. They are professionally affiliated with the NY Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League.
World Wide Chiropractic, Here at Sherman
Three Continents Share Information
(l) Hiro Inoue, D.C., (m) Roy Sweat, D.C, and (r) Charles Kenya, D.C., are bringing chiropractic to the world. Chiropractors in Japan do not have the opportunity to take part in cadaver dissections. Dr. Inoue makes an effort each year to attend the Sweat Cervical, Brachial and Lumbar dissection seminars here at Sherman. He records the whole weekend seminar and translates it into Japanese to share with other chiropractors in Japan. This is one more way that Sherman helps chiropractic grow internationally. Dr. Sweat is from Atlanta, GA, and Sherman faculty member Dr. Kenya is from Kenya.
David Russell, D.C., director of the Chiropractic Centre at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic, stopped by for a visit here on his way to the ACC Research Agenda Conference. He toured our Health Center, commenting to Dr. Claudia Seay that it was "lovely, nice and roomy." Dr. Russell and President Schwartzbauer are pictured here at ACC/RAC 2011.
Students Represent Sherman College
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