Erin Schalick Enrolls at the University of Findlay
FINDLAY, OH (10/15/2018)-- Erin Schalick, of Cape May Court House, 08210, has enrolled at the University of Findlay for fall 2018. New students began their studies at UF on August 21.
Schalick is pursuing a degree in nursing. Schalick is a graduate of Middle Township High School.
Located in Findlay, Ohio, the University of Findlay is known not only for science, health professions, animal science and equestrian studies programs, but also for cultivating the next generation of business leaders, educators and innovative thinkers through a dedication to experiential learning, both in and outside of the classroom. Established in 1882 through a joint partnership between the Churches of God, General Counsel and the City of Findlay, the University of Findlay has nearly 60 majors leading to baccalaureate degrees and offers 11 master's degrees, and four doctoral degrees. More than 3,800 students are enrolled at Findlay, and the University is nationally recognized by U.S. News and World Report and the Princeton Review.
Fox Joins Sherman College Chiropractic Health Center as Intern
SPARTANBURG, SC (10/16/2018)-- Michael Fox of Hainesport, NJ, is now seeing patients at the Sherman College Chiropractic Health Center, a teaching clinic for senior students in their final stage of internship prior to graduation from the doctor of chiropractic program. Interns celebrated the entrance of the final phase of their chiropractic education recently during a pinning ceremony on the Sherman College campus in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
The teaching environment, coordinated by licensed doctors of chiropractic, allows interns to practice chiropractic under close supervision and constant consultation. Because the clinic is open to the public, residents in Upstate South Carolina experience excellent chiropractic care at affordable prices through 35,000 patient visits per year.
"Sherman students transitioning into their clinical internship at the Health Center are well prepared to deliver quality and effective care to our friends and neighbors in the greater Spartanburg area," said Dean of Clinic Operations and Outreach Kristy Shepherd, M.A. "These students are the future of the chiropractic profession. On behalf of the faculty and staff of the Sherman College Health Center, we are proud and excited to welcome this newest class of chiropractic interns."
In the clinical phase of the doctor of chiropractic program at Sherman College, interns practice every aspect of patient care, including case histories, physical and spinal examinations, x-ray, diagnosis, report of findings, chiropractic adjustments and case management. Interns are encouraged to work with the research department to advance the profession with evidence based study; they also complete remaining clinical and business courses.
The chiropractic internship also gives these senior students the opportunity to participate in community events, both in the Health Center and off campus - including spinal screenings, health fairs, school visits, and more - to help them build communication, leadership and community relations skills so they are well prepared for practice following graduation.
Sherman College of Chiropractic provides students with a comprehensive education, preparing them to enter the field as doctors of chiropractic who are highly skilled, compassionate, ethical and successful. On its 80-acre campus in South Carolina, Sherman offers a first professional degree program unique in its approach to health care and known globally for the skill and art of chiropractic delivered by graduates. The college's on-campus Health Center, where senior students intern under licensed doctors of chiropractic, provides quality and affordable chiropractic care to the local community with nearly 35,000 visits each year. For more information, visit www.sherman.edu or call 800-849-8771.
Troy Hunter Collaborates on Flying Dutchmen Ale
ANNVILLE, PA (10/16/2018)-- Troy Hunter, from Delran, N.J., is one of 32 Lebanon Valley College science and business students who collaboared in the productin and marketing of the 2018 Flying Dutchmen Ale. The science students worked with Snitz Creek Brewery to create a recipe and brew the traditional ale that was revealed and served at Homecoming 2018. Business students then sold the ale to area businesses as a seasonal offering.
Hunter, a graduate of Delran High School, is working toward a bachelor of science in business administration at LVC.
The task of bringing the Dutchman to life as an ale started in 2014, though due to time constraints, that team of LVC students brewed an ale based on an existing recipe then applied the Flying Dutchmen Ale label.
In 2015, the team made a more concerted effort, with Snitz Creek recruiting chemistry, biology, and biochemistry & molecular biology majors to not only assist with the brewing process, but also devise a new recipe. Students were responsible for choosing, among other things, the malt and the hops for the beer.
Lebanon Valley College is a private, coeducational college in Annville, Pa. The College offers more than 40 undergraduate majors plus self-designed majors and a range of minors, concentrations, and pre-professional options, as well as graduate degree programs in athletic training, business administration, music education, physical therapy, science in STEM education, speech-language pathology, and fully online MBA.
The College has 1,624 full-time undergraduate students and 118 full-time faculty. Students can choose from more than 95 clubs and organizations, and 19 study abroad programs. LVC awards generous academic scholarships to those whose high school records demonstrate a commitment to challenge and achievement. Learn more at www.lvc.edu.