Sherman Shares - July 2011
Save the Date: Sherman PRide Day is Monday, October 24
Get ready to show your Sherman PRide! October 24 is the day to reconnect with
the Sherman family and show the world how proud you are to be a Sherman graduate.
It’s also a day for Sherman to celebrate YOU. All day long we'll be celebrating
the Sherman College Pride –alumni, students, employees. Note the capital PR
in PRide. This day will provide a great opportunity to bring positive PR to
the college and its alumni. It is something everyone can participate in, no
matter where you are.
Sherman PRide Day is…
- A day for Sherman College to honor and celebrate its alumni and their positive
impact on the world.
- A day for YOU to honor and celebrate your affiliation with Sherman College.
It doesn't matter where you live or what you do, it is easy to participate
on Sherman PRide Day. Here are some ways:
- Wear a Sherman College shirt
- Shout out on Facebook with photos / memories/ status update regarding Sherman
- Change profile photo to something Sherman related
- Post a link to the Sherman web site
- Tweet about Sherman (i.e. I’m proud to be a Sherman alum)
- Talk about Sherman to family, friends and patients…just work it into your
- Link to Sherman from your web site
- Host a chiropractic career session
- Call an old classmate
- Send a donation to Sherman
- Call the college and update your information
- Watch Sherman videos on YouTube and then share them
- Find an old classmate in the online alumni directory
- Make your computer wallpaper a Sherman College image
- Invite a potential student to shadow you at work
- Promote Sherman’s upcoming Pride of Sherman Tour to be held on campus in
November to prospective students
- Refer a student to Sherman
- Donate a percentage of your office visit collections from this day to Sherman
Mark your calendars now. We’ll share more details and some downloadable,
free “swag” soon!
Knowles, D.C. Joins
Board of Trustees
Boulder, CO, chiropractor Daniel M. Knowles, III, has joined the Board of Trustees.
Knowles, owner of Network Family Wellness Center in Boulder, is a 1996 Sherman
College graduate and also holds a bachelor’s degree from New York University.
“I am grateful to serve the advancement of chiropractic through the country’s
leading chiropractic college and my alma mater, Sherman College,” Knowles said
of his appointment to the board. “The world needs top-notch doctors of chiropractic
to better serve the public’s health care needs, and by serving on the board,
I aim to fill that need.”
Roldan Named Director of Development
In addition to her role as director of alumni relations and liaison to the Sherman
College Alumni Association, Marggi Roldan has been named director of development
at the college.
As of July 1, her new responsibilities include raising funds for
the college’s ADJUST and Endowment Funds, coordinating the Board of Regent Program
and 1973 Club, and promoting the Honor Wall Tile and Buy a Brick Campaigns.
Alumni and friends of the college who wish to donate or volunteer their time
toward raising funds for the college are encouraged to contact Roldan at InstitutionalAdvancement@Sherman.edu or 864-578-8770, ext. 277.
Spartanburg Chamber Honors Sherman College with Landscape Beautification
Bill Johnson, Monte Guffey, John Marro, Luke Chomic, Kenneth Gilbert
Sherman College recently received a 2011 Landscape Beautification Award from
the Spartanburg Chamber of Commerce. This program offers a unique opportunity
for area businesses to have their landscapes evaluated and recognized; the evaluation
is performed by members of the Spartanburg Men’s Garden Club. It was the first
year the college entered.
The panel of judges considered the following components: foundation plantings,
lawns, perimeter and other plantings, trees. Points were assigned according to
categories of design (20), execution (20), maintenance (30) and overall impression
(20), for a total score of 100. Sherman received a 95 and was thereby recognized
with an Honorable Mention Award.
Comments on the judging sheet indicated that the “overall campus landscaping
[is] very well done and well maintained” and the areas near buildings made a
“very good impression.”
Vice President for Business and Finance Tim Revels praised the college’s small
but dedicated groundskeeping crew. “Monte Guffey and Luke Chomic have made tremendous
efforts to keep the college beautiful,” he said. “They are excellent at maintaining
all of the grounds, mulching hundreds of trees and shrubs and just keeping the
campus looking great in general. They take
ownership in the grounds and how they look. We are blessed with a great crew.”
As far as the variety of the landscape, Revels said the college makes conscientious
decisions when planning landscaping projects. “As we have constructed each element
of campus – the Gordon and Helen Brown Student Plaza, Olsen Building, Brown House,
memorial trees, parking lots and more – we have made efforts to emphasize the
attractiveness, design and variety of the landscape,” he said.
“We made a conscious effort to assure there are many varieties of trees, plants
and flowers so that different ones will bloom at various times throughout the
year. In fact, during the early days of the campus’ history," Revels said, "Dr.
Tony Duke placed many rare varieties of trees throughout the campus after the
Scallon Building was built." The impact of his work and that of others was recognized
with this award.
Your notes of honoring loved ones, statements of encouragement,
and memories of good times sets the tone for all who pass through the student
plaza. A message of up to 39 characters will fit on one brick in three lines.
Carve your thoughts in Carolina clay for all to share.
Summer Quarter 2011 Arrives on Campus
Sherman welcomes fifteen new students in the summer class on July
Welcoming Future Students to Campus
Career Day 2011, held in conjunction with Lyceum, was a busy weekend for the
Enrollment Services Team! We welcomed more than 40 prospective students and their
families to campus for a weekend full of great activities.
We started the weekend early on Thursday with a meet and greet featuring a
Q&A session from Sherman grads Drs. Josh and Benna Click and Sherman’s own
New Beginnings Club. Friday was a great day for students to meet with admission
and financial aid, network with alumni, attend seminars and explore Spartanburg.
Capping off a busy day was hypnotist Gabriel Holmes and the rockin’ sounds of
The Vitalistics under the tents.
Trustee Dr. Liam Schubel speaks to Career Day
the culmination of the weekend for our visitors: Career Day. Students participated
in a mock adjusting class, toured campus and met with current students too! They
were also treated to a guest speaker at lunch as Sherman trustee Dr. Liam Schubel
shared his passion for chiropractic.
The Enrollment Services Team will be hosting Shadow
an Intern Day this Thursday, July 28, from 11-4:30. This event is designed
to show prospective students what a typical day is like for our interns. Prospective
students will chat with students and faculty during lunch before being paired
with an intern for the afternoon. During this time, prospective students will
observe patient visits, attend classes and get a tour of campus.
The Enrollment Services Office hosts on-campus events throughout the year and
we would love for you to share these upcoming dates with patients in your office
who are considering a career in chiropractic.
Here are a few other events you can share with prospective students:
Southern Fried Friday August 26, 2011
Pride of Sherman Tour November 4-5, 2011
Lyceum/Career Day 2012 May 24-26, 2012
Research Department News
Deadline Sept. 1, 2011 Call for Scientific Submissions
Association of Chiropractic
Educational Conference XIX
March 15-17, 2012
This call for scientific submissions invites the submission of original research
that will promote the dissemination and discussion of new information. The categories
for the 2012 conference are:
- Research (Diversity) diversity related research
topics (e.g., policy, healthcare programs, quant/qual research, etc)
- Research (Basic Science) (e.g., experimental trials, quantitative
basic science research, etc.)
- Research (Clinical/Health Care Systems) (e.g., clinical trials,
quant/qual clinical research, case reports, etc.)
- Research (Educational) (e.g., classroom research, quant/qual
educational research, etc.)
If you have any questions or would like to request
forms, please contact the ACC RAC Peer Review Chair: Dr. Claire D. Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Get checklist here.
Sherman Faculty Research Published
Briggs L., Management of Post Traumatic Fibromyalgia in a Female Undergoing Subluxation Based Chiropractic Care for 15 Years. Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ April 6, 2011 ~ Pages 9-14 http://www.vertebralsubluxationresearch.com/
Sherman Faculty Give Research Presentations
Dr. John Hart presented two posters at the 10th Annual Dose
Response Conference at the University of Massachusetts – Amherst: Cancer Mortality
for a Single Race in Low versus High Land Elevation in the U.S. Lack of Association
between Lung Cancer, Smoking, and Radon in Oregon
A research paper of Dr. Luo, in collaboration with Clemson
University, has been accepted by the Journal of the American College of
Nutrition. Kuan, C.-Y., Walker, T., Luo, P. G., and Chen. C.-F. (2011) Long-chain
polyunsaturated fatty acids promote paclitaxel cytotoxicity via inhibition of
the MDR1 gene in the human colon cancer Caco-2 cell line.
Interns Speak to
Boiling Springs Area Council and Help with Back to School Bash
Interns Dansen Wong and Ashley Simpson were guest speakers with
the Boiling Springs Area Council meeting on June 9. They discussed the health
benefits of chiropractic care and the affordable public health
services available at the Sherman Chiropractic Health Center.
They also represented Sherman at the ReGenesis
Health Center "Back
to School Bash," co-sponsored by First Baptist Church, helping perform almost
600 spinal exams as the center distributed lunches and backpacks.
Dr. Jamie Browning Appointed Institutional Review Board Chair
Dr. Browning is director of the Reach Out And Recruit (ROAR) program. She has
a keen interest in serving the college in the area of research.
"I am happy to serve in the capacity of IRB
Chair," says Dr. Browning, "and I look forward to working with
my colleagues in the area of research."
Her first priority is IRB training and to revise the IRB manual.
Promote your practice
while you share chiropractic
as a profession.
Sherman College and
Hearst Media Services
partner to provide
New Patient Initiatives
A collaborative project between Sherman College and Hearst media
services will bring new patients to your practice and bring your marketing efforts
to the new millennium.
Chiropractors everywhere have realized that word of mouth is still
one of the best ways to advertise. The new word of mouth "social
media" is a logical next step of introducing hundreds of thousands
to the benefits of chiropractic. Together we will accomplish this.
Hearst media services is helping doctors of chiropractic to:
be found online
connect with and educate current patients
use connections to create new referrals
link Sherman and your
clinic to thousands of potential patients online
Hearst media services can create or enhance your internet presence
and manage your social media updates or give you all
the tools to manage this on your own.
Sherman will deliver content to help
you manage your weekly updates. We are preparing
informative articles and success stories from satisfied patients to post on your
blog, clinic’s Facebook page, Twitter, and other social networks, automatically
updated for you if you choose.
Hearst media services has developed several options that you may
choose, all at very affordable price points.
The following pages show you several of our alumni who already partner with
Hearst media services, the several pieces included in the packages and the pricing
If you are interested in this service or just want more
details about this initiative, please contact our Hearst consultants:
Freddy Ruehl at email@example.com or
DeAnna Fulco at firstname.lastname@example.org or
July 29-30 - Pierce Results Seminar - Level 2 -
August 6-7 - Directional Non-Force Technique Seminars
Cervical & Thoracic Seminar - Sherman College, Spartanburg, SC
August 20-21 - Atlas Orthogonal Module IV - B.C.A.O.
Certification - Atlanta, GA
August 26-28 - Orthospinology Advanced Seminar -
August 27-28 - Directional Non-Force Technique Seminars
Cervical & Thoracic Seminar - Portland, OR
September 9-10 - The Science Behind Chiropractic & Vertebral
Chiropassion Consulting - New York, NY
September 16-18 - AMC Bootcamp -Sherman
College Cervical X-ray System& Application of Clinical Radiology - Denver,
September 17-18 - Koren Specific Technique -
September 23-25 - Directional Non-Force Technique
Full Spine Seminars
Los Angeles, CA
October 7-8 - Pierce Results Seminar - Level 2 -
October 14-16 - AMC Bootcamp -Sherman
College Cervical X-ray System& Application of Clinical Radiology - Atlanta,
October 14-16 - Directional Non-Force Technique
Full Spine Seminars - Atlanta, GA
October 15-16 - Atlas Orthogonal Advanced Seminar -
October 15-16 - Koren Specific Technique -
October 22-23 - IRAPS - International Research
and Philosophy Symposium
Sherman College, Spartanburg, SC
October 27-30 - New Beginnings - Success for the
Long Branch, NJ
October 28-29 - 2011 Blair Annual Chiropractic
Las Vegas, NV
November 5-6 - Koren Specific Technique -
November 12 - Regional Synchronization - The McArthur
November 12-13 - Atlas Orthogonal Advanced