Relaxing with Creative Writing
Writers‒novelists, essayists, poets, anyone with a keyboard‒will attest that writing can be a wonderful activity for escaping the pressures of the day and allowing your mind to indulge in more creative problem-solving. There is an incredible difference between working under a deadline and working at…
Faces of LIFE- Khyle Mingo
Khyle Mingo and his six siblings grew up in the coastal town of Milford, Connecticut. Mingo has the notable distinction of being the oldest boy, with only one sister older than him. His family lived in Connecticut until he was 16 before moving to Charleston, South Carolina. After high school, Mingo earned two bachelor’s degrees from Coastal Carolina University, one in Science and one in Public Health.
Club Spotlight: NutriDyn Student Functional Medicine Club
The Institute for Functional Medicine defines functional medicine as “a systems biology-based approach that focuses on identifying and addressing the root cause of disease. Each symptom or differential diagnosis may be one of many contributing to an individual’s illness.” The ideals behind functional medicine are…
Club Spotlight- Animal Chiropractic Club
A spine is a spine, whether it belongs to a person or a feline. As such, Animal Chiropractic care can be extremely beneficial to the health and wellness of animals. Is that a surprising notion? The members of the Animal Chiropractic Club at Life University…
Faces of LIFE- Catherine Clement
Prior to attending Life University (Life U), Catherine Clement owned and operated Stabilize Studios, a Pilates and movement rehabilitation studio in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her primary concentration in that business revolved around providing support for individuals with movement issues, particularly those related to scoliosis. Many people might think of Pilates as a trendy exercise regiment, but Clement’s clients typically came to her to alleviate systemic health issues as opposed to simple aerobic enjoyment.
One cannot talk about servant leadership without discussing Robert K. Greenleaf, the first person to coin this phrase. Servant Leadership is an ancient concept, but the concept was not given a name until modern times. Greenleaf named this concept through his published essay in 1970…
The Relationship Between Compassion & Integrity Creates Vital Training Program
Big ideas often come from humble beginnings, which makes sense as we reflect on how two Life University (Life U) colleagues came together in a College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies (CGUS) office to discuss ideas on compassion and integrity, which would lead to a…
Faces of LIFE- Amber Sproule
Amber Sproule grew up in Middle Georgia, and she is the second oldest of five kids. Sproule’s older sister graduated last quarter from the chiropractic program at Life University (Life U), so a vitalistic approach to education clearly runs in the family. “Life University caught my eye because of the holistic and vitalistic values and because it is one of the very few colleges in Georgia that offers dietetics as a degree. I also loved the peaceful campus environment and that it was close to my family,” said Sproule.
A Peek into the PEAK Clinical Program
PEAK stands for Practice, Excellence, Art and Knowledge, which are key attributes to success in any venture. The PEAK Clinical program is a crown jewel of chiropractic education at Life U, designed to allow senior interns to complete their clinic requirements under the direction of an off-campus doctor.
Dr. Richard Belcastro, Dean, College of Online Education (COE) at Life University
Dr. Richard Belcastro, Dean, College of Online Education (COE) at Life University Dr. Richard Belcastro has been the Dean of the College of Online Education(COE) at Life University (Life U) for a little more than five years. He was drawn to Life U because of…