THREE LIFE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI HONORED BY TENNESSEE CHIROPRACTIC ASSOCIATION
Marietta, Georgia, September 29, 2021 – Three Life University (Life U) alumni were recently honored by the Tennessee Chiropractic Association at the 2021 Southern Chiropractic Conference for their contributions to the Chiropractic profession.
Trivia – Who said “nature needs no help, just no interference”?
“Nature needs no help … just no interference” is a classic saying attributed to B.J. Palmer.
B. J. Palmer was an American chiropractor. He was the son of Daniel David Palmer (D.D.), the founder of Chiropractic, and became known as the “Developer” of Chiropractic.
LIFE UNIVERSITY HONORS GRADUATES AT SUMMER 2021 COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY
Marietta, Georgia, September 24, 2021 – Life University (Life U) conferred 208 degrees upon graduates from its College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies (CGUS) and College of Chiropractic (COC) in a combined commencement ceremony on Friday, September 24, 2021. Thirty-three students earned undergraduate degrees, 14 earned master’s degrees and 80 earned Life University’s flagship Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) degree. Some graduates earned their degrees through the College of Online Education.
#TBT – Life University Veterans Day Assembly (2018)
Life University celebrated military veterans and the connection between the military and Chiropractic.
Speakers included Commander Frederick D. Gregory, former NASA Astronaut & U.S.A.F. Colonel; Dr. Tim Novelli, founder and president of The Patriot Project; and Staff Sergeant Shilo Harris, Author of “Steel Will.”
LIFE UNIVERSITY REBUILDING AFTER STORM DAMAGES LUPO FAMILY FIELD
Marietta, Georgia, September 23, 2021 – Life University (Life U) is undertaking significant repairs to its Lupo Family Field after historic flooding caused extensive damage earlier this month. Insurance coverage will pay for the reconstruction, which the University hopes to complete in the spring of 2022.
Trivia – What is an Anatomage Table?
Faculty members at Life University worked to evaluate lecture and laboratory scores of first-year chiropractic anatomy students. The goal was to establish whether students learning on the Anatomage Table would meet similar assessment objectives as students learning on anatomical models or cadavers.