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October 2014


Growing Support Welcomed

President’s Circle Regents Dr. Catherine Silver-RiddellSherman College welcomes Dr. Catherine Silver-Riddell of Inwood, WV, to the President’s Circle. President’s Circle Regents donate $10,000 or more per year to support quality chiropractic education at Sherman College. We deeply appreciate this increased support from Dr. Silver-Riddell, a member of Sherman’s Pioneer Class of 1976 and Regent since 2010.

Sherman College honors and thanks the following individuals who joined the Sherman College Board of Regents in September 2014.
  • Robert Costello, D.C., Pittsburgh, PA
  • Steve Tullius, D.C., San Diego, CA
  • Chris Walker, D.C., Augusta, GA
Members of the Board of Regents partner with the college and provide annual contributions of $1,000 or more. When you join this group you help Sherman College to advance and extend its influence in the world. We invite you to partner with us as well.

IRAPS11TH Annual IRAPS: 
The Future Of Vertebral Subluxation Research

October 17-19, 2014 – Sherman Campus Register Now

It is a pivotal time in the history of the chiropractic profession. Philosophy and research will play important roles in defining the profession for the future. The conference will include a keynote speaker who will offer a vision for chiropractic’s future in research and philosophy. Where is subluxation-centered chiropractic going?
  1. What role will research play?
  2. How will the philosophy adapt?
  3. How might we help to ensure that subluxation-centered chiropractic not only survives but thrives?
  4. Read more...

Sherman PRIDE Day

Sherman PRIDE Day, Mon., Oct. 27
Instagram & Facebook Contest
Win Registration for Lyceum 2015

Sherman PRIDE Day is a day for the family, the PRIDE of Sherman College, to acknowledge and celebrate Sherman alumni and students. Support Sherman PRIDE day with a tweet to @ShermanPRIDE. Tweet #ShermanPRIDE

#ShermanPRIDEIn the weeks leading up to Sherman Pride Day on Monday, October 27, share with the world how you show your Sherman PRIDE with ourFacebook/Instagram contest! There are all sorts of ways to get creative: take a picture of Larry the Lionprint a coloring page for your kids, hang a poster in the office declaring your love for Sherman,involve your practice members and staff,wear a Sherman T-shirt, or let the whole town know on your marquee!

Joining in the fun is simple – upload your photo via Instagram or Facebook using the hashtag #shermanpride in the caption and you’ll be entered in the competition.

Official Sherman Pride Contest Rules
  • Upload a picture to Instagram or Facebook with the hashtag #shermanpride
    NOTE: By entering the contest, you grant Sherman College the rights to use your uploaded photos in promotions and publications.
  • Judging to take place on October 28th @ 4pm
  • Prizes include plenty of stylish swag, and the grand prize is a free registration for Sherman College Lyceum 2015.

Sherman Represented at New Zealand Lyceum

Dr. Irene Gold, Dr. Edwin Cordero, Mrs. Edwin CorderoDr. Phil McMaster, Dr. Edwin Cordero, Dr. Peter Kevorkian
Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Cordero attended the Lyceum event at New Zealand College of Chiropractic along with Board of Trustees Chairman Peter Kevorkian, D.C. 

Dr. Irene Gold, (pictured at left with the Corderos) was a featured speaker and held a question and answer session.

The theme for the gala was Carnivale, which explains the costumes of Drs. Phil McMaster, Edwin Cordero, and Peter Kevorkian (right).
 

Sherman Connect

Mondays in October, 9 pm EDT
  • October  6 Brian Liberman, D.C.
  • October 13 Sherman Students: From the other side of the desk
  • October 20 Gin Keller, C.A.
  • October 27 TBA

Campus News

Dr. Todd Riddle

Riddle Participates In NBCE Physiotherapy Test Committee Meeting

Dr. Todd E. Riddle participated in the Physiotherapy Test Committee on September 12-13, 2014, at the headquarters of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) in Greeley, Colo. During the meeting, the test committee approved items to be used on future examinations that the NBCE will administer.
DC2B Ashley LiewLiew Competes In Virginia Beach

Sherman student and DC2B Ashley Liew participated in the Virginia Beach Rock and Roll Half Marathon, August 31, 2014, coming in 10th from a field of 7809 finishers despite high heat and humidity. He achieved a 10-mile personal best at 57m10s.

"My finishing time was not what I was rooting for," Liew says, "but I am extremely happy with my 10th placing. Overall I was moving smoothly, thanks to good conditioning and regular chiropractic checks." 

Liew chose this race as a "tune-up" race before the Chicago Marathon on October 12. In the following three weeks, he attended an  International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA)  seminar, took National Board of Chiropractic Exams (NBCE), and then took final exams for the quarter. He hopes to bring back good news from the Chicago Marathon next week. 

Fall Quarter Welcomes 54 Students 

Fall 2014

The Sherman College family is excited to welcome 54 students to campus for Fall 2014. This is the largest incoming class since 1997.  Thank you for your referrals and support.

Oktoberfest at Sherman College Fourth Annual Oktoberfest Set For Thursday, October 16

Sherman alumni and friends, along with students slated to graduate within the next year, are invited to meet Alumni Association officers and enjoy a German meal and beverages at the Fourth Annual Sherman College Alumni Association Oktoberfest on Thursday, October 16, at 6:00 pm.

Hosted by the Sherman College Alumni Association, the party is held in honor of the student interns, giving the future chiropractors an opportunity to meet Alumni Association officers and colleagues. Anyone coming into town to attend IRAPS at Sherman is also invited to join the fun. Advance reservations are required. Contact the Alumni Office at 864-578-8770 x 277 or email AlumniAssociation@sherman.edu.

Alumni and guest charges for the meal are:
$28/individual; $45/couple for Alumni Association members
$35/individual; $60/couple for non-association members

Money JarThe Beauty of Giving to an Endowment by Director of Development and Alumni Relations Marggi Roldan

If you’re a saver or someone who plans for a rainy day, you’ll love the idea of donating to one of Sherman’s Endowment Funds.

Sherman’s endowments are established with the future in mind. They are protected funds set aside with a specific purpose for the future and remain forever.

That’s right, forever; only the net earnings or a portion of them are spent to fulfill the purpose of the fund. Once established, donors with these interests can add their gifts to build the principal investment of an endowment which in turn produces more earnings or available funds to be used by the college.

A donation to any of Sherman’s endowed funds is a gift that truly keeps on giving. Here are the endowed funds you can support at Sherman College:

Berkowitz Memorial Scholarship, established by Sherman graduate Len Mazza, D.C., to honor his mentor Bob Berkowitz and the memory of Berkowitz’s parents Sandra and Samuel who instilled in their son an ethic of community service; it provides scholarships to students with similar characteristics.

Ted Hartley Memorial Scholarship, established by Sherman graduate John Degenhart, D.C., to honor the memory of former classmate and Florida chiropractor Ted Hartley.

C.G. Haynes Scholarship, established from an estate gift of a patient in Washington state, to honor his chiropractor, C.G. Haynes, an early supporter of the college. Recipients are students from Washington state and/or career changers.

General Endowment Fund, established to provide support to the overall chiropractic program at the college.

Health Center Equipment Fund, established to provide funds to purchase chiropractic equipment such as tables and instrumentation or maintain equipment in good working condition. 

Michigan Chiropractic Foundation Scholarship Fund, established this year to provide scholarships to Sherman students from Michigan who plan to return to Michigan to practice chiropractic.

John Yglesias Scholarship Fund, established by the estate of a chiropractic patient to support the scholarship needs of the college.
 
Office Max Discount Card

Discount OfficeMax Card for Sherman Alumni and Students

Office Max Printing Discount can be used at any Office Max retail store nationwide. This card provides you with access to the college's prices on office supplies and printing services from OfficeMax ImPress™ at any of the nearly 900 OfficeMax retail locations. 
  1. Click on the picture above to download and print the full size PDF file.
  2. Take the card to the OfficeMax ImPress™  counter, where it will be laminated free with your first purchase.
  3. The cashier will scan your card to pull up the college's pricing.
  4. All items in the agreement will automatically be priced at the special prices and displayed on the register.
PLEASE READ BEFORE USING: OfficeMax rates below are for full service copies:
Self-service copies are more expensive, so let the folks behind the counter make your copies for you.

Specially Negotiated Sherman College Rates
  • B&W single sided copies (incl. 3 hole punched) 2.8c each
  • B&W double sided copies (incl. 3 hole punched) 5c each
  • Color single sided copies 31c each
  • Coil Binding (1-40 pgs)    $2.02
  • Coil Binding (41-180 pgs)  $2.24
Laminating, Business Forms, Mount on Foam Board and much more….. 

Sustaining Stars Club

Monthly donors to the college are recognized as Sustaining Stars. If you would like to join the Sustaining Stars Program, contact Director of Development Marggi Roldan via email at mroldan@sherman.edu or make your first donation online and designate Sustaining Star in the drop down menu.


SC Governor Haley Proclaims October as Spinal Health Month

AC Spinal Health Month


Enrollment Events

Showcase Sherman Weeekend

Showcase Sherman Oct. 10-11

Do you know someone who is thinking about a career in chiropractic and looking for a place to get a personal and hands on-education? Encourage him or her to attend Showcase Sherman Weekend, a two-day event for prospective students and college advisors. This weekend is designed to ignite their passion for leadership, as well as help them begin their pursuit of becoming the next generation of DCs2B. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet current students, faculty and staff. Highlights from the weekend include:

  • welcome session from our own President, Dr. Edwin Cordero
  • Leadership in Chiropractic experiences geared towards preparing students to be confident and effective leaders through: team building, planning, and decision making
  • Palpation technique demonstration given by an esteemed Sherman faculty member and ACE interns
  • Excellence in Chiropractic with currently practicing chiropractors
  • campus tour including Sherman’s one of a kind anatomy lab and our chiropractic health center, all given by our elite Student Ambassadors
  • Personalized apartment tour to give visitors an idea of where they might want to live 

.Learn more here...


 Preview Saturday

 Sherman Preview Saturdays are designed to help busy future chiropractors take the next step toward pursuing their professional career. Preview Saturdays, which are available once a quarter, are special half-day events for people who are unable to visit during the week. 
The next Preview Saturday is November 1. More information...


Delivering the Goods!


Lyceum 2015

Win a free registration for Lycuem 2015 by entering the #ShermanPRIDE Instagram/Facebook contest. See above for details
or visit http://www.sherman.edu/chiropractic-education/sherman-pride-day/


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