LIFE UNIVERSITY’S CENTER FOR CHIROPRACTIC RESEARCH SEEKS PARTICIPANTS FOR COLON CANCER STUDY
July 28, 2023 – Marietta, Georgia – Life University’s Dr. Sid E. Williams Center for Chiropractic Research (CCR) is currently seeking participants for a study to examine the effects of chiropractic care on patients with colon cancer.
Successful Wrestling Camp at Life University Draws Wrestlers from Across 10 States
July 20, 2023 – Marietta, Georgia – The recently concluded individual wrestling camp held at Life University (Life U) on July 14-15 saw an impressive turnout of young athletes from across the nation. With 163 eager participants from grades 3-12, this camp showcased a high level of talent and fostered a sense of camaraderie among wrestlers from diverse backgrounds.
LIFE UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH HEAD GAMES CONSULTING
July 18, 2023 – Marietta, Georgia – Life University Athletics has announced that, in partnership with Head Games Consulting, their student-athletes will now have access to mental skills training to provide support and enhance athletic and academic performance, as well as build tools to support their individual growth and development.
LIFE UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCES NOTABLE CHANGES FOR LIFE VISION EXTRAVAGANZA 2023
June 22, 2023 – Marietta, Georgia – Life University’s (Life U) annual Life Vision Extravaganza (LVE) is undergoing some notable changes for the fall of 2023. For the first time, this chiropractic continuing education (CE) event will take place at the Cobb Galleria Centre for three days, instead of five, giving chiropractors the opportunity to get their Continuing Education (CE) credits in a shorter time period while still continuing to run their office with minimal disruption.
LIFE UNIVERSITY MEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK AND FIELD GOES BACK-TO-BACK IN DEFENDING NAIA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Marion, Indiana– June 1, 2023 – The Life University Outdoor Men’s Track and Field team produced one national champion, four runner-ups and six All-American placements to claim their second consecutive team NAIA Outdoor Championship.
LIFE UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR DR. CHARMAINE HERMAN INDUCTED AS FELLOW INTO INTERNATIONAL CHIROPRACTORS ASSOCIATION (ICA)
May 23, 2023 – Marietta, Georgia – The International Chiropractic Association announced that Dr. Charmaine Herman, a Life University (Life U) Professor in the Clinical Sciences Department, was inducted as a new ICA Fellow. Dr. Herman was among 10 honorees who were recognized at the ICA annual convention on April 22, 2023, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
“The ICA is proud to have these individuals as leaders in our community and as ambassadors of Chiropractic to the wider world. We thank them for their years of service and will continue to support them in their chiropractic endeavors,” remarked the ICA on their official website.
LIFE UNIVERSITY’S DR. STEPHANIE WAKEFIELD RECEIVES BEST ARTICLE AWARD
Marietta, Georgia- May 9, 2023 – The editors of Urban Studies are pleased to announce that Dr. Stephanie Wakefield, Program Coordinator & Assistant Professor for Human Ecology at Life University (Life U) is the winner of the Urban Studies Best Article 2022 for her article, “Critical urban theory in the Anthropocene”.
LIFE UNIVERSITY LAUNCHES 20% UNDERGRADUATE TUITION SCHOLARSHIP FOR ELIGIBLE COBB COUNTY RESIDENTS
Marietta, Georgia– May 10, 2023 – Life University (Life U) is proud to announce the launch of its 20% Undergraduate Tuition Scholarship for eligible Cobb County residents beginning with the 2023 Summer Quarter (Classes start Monday, July 10).
LIFE UNIVERSITY MEN’S & WOMEN’S RUGBY 7s TEAMS CLAIM NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS AT USA RUGBY 7s COLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Houston, Texas– May 9, 2023 – Life University’s Men’s & Women’s Rugby 7s teams claimed National Championships at the USA Rugby 7s Collegiate Championships last weekend.
LIFE UNIVERSITY PARTNERS WITH KEEP SYMRNA BEAUTIFUL AND THE SIERRA CLUB CENTENNIAL GROUP FOR EARTH DAY SERVICE PROJECT
Smyrna, Georgia– April 22, 2023 – Life University (Life U) celebrated Earth Day 2023 by offering students an Earth Day Service Activity experience, allowing volunteers to assist in the thinning out and removal of non-native invasive species in the Cheney Woods neighborhood.