Faces of LIFE – Dr. Matthew D’Alessandro
Dr. Matthew D’Alessandro is an Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator for the new online Bachelor’s Degree in Anatomy and Physiology in the College of Online Education at Life U. He is also a Captain in the United States Army as a research psychologist.
Awakening with Life U- Equipping Incarcerated students with higher education materials to allow for leadership growth and positive change
Life University (Life U) has an admirable commitment to promoting the well-being and empowerment of incarcerated people because of an institutional ideal that all people deserve access to educational resources that enable them to thrive personally while building the world they wish to see. At…
Faces of LIFE- Jordy Carle
“The coolest thing about Life U is that it is very small. It’s fun because you get to meet a ton of people, and [a high percentage of students] are in the D.C. program. The coolest part is you always have something to talk about because many people are studying the same thing,” said Jordy Carle.
Through the Eyes of Runners: A Conversation with Cathy Tillery & Gustavo Duran
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…