Beat the Heat- Heat Exhaustion Prevention for Summer
These higher-than-normal temperatures that have plagued the start of summer 2022 in Georgia don’t appear to be dissipating anytime soon, reported the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in a recent article outlining the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) forecast predicting an increased likelihood of above-average temperatures across…
“Tech Neck”: Combatting Neck Strain related to computers and phones
According to an article by the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) titled “How to Triumph over Tech Neck”, Tech Neck is the shortened form of a relatively recently observed phenomenon dubbed “Tech Neck Syndrome”. Don’t let the cute name fool you, because neck strain is a serious matter that should be addressed sooner rather than later.
Faces of LIFE- Feaunte Preyear
Feaunte Preyear is the new Title IX Coordinator at Life University (Life U), joining the Life U family on April 11, 2022. She has lived in Mobile, Alabama for the past 25 years and worked for the University of Southern Alabama for the past 15 years. Preyear is originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she still has family, including her oldest daughter.
Hidden Figures- Special Student Presentations
Students came together to give their final presentations on a most valuable topic: Hidden Figures in history from Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI), Latino/Hispanic American, Caucasian, Native American & African American Ethnic Groups. The presentations were conducted by Dr. Marla Thompson’s Spring 2022 Diversity in Organizations class on June 9 in CGUS 131.
A Discussion with Bill Watson, Life University’s Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)
Bill Watson is the Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) at Life University (Life U) for the past six years. You will hear that this area of learning and education is actually pronounced see-till, not kettle.
Faces of LIFE- Matthew Peterson
Growing up in the not-so-bustling metropolis of Milltown, Wisconsin, with a population estimated at fewer than 1,000 people, Matthew Peterson made a point to get involved. As an only child, his parents pushed him to make connections and pursue different passions in his childhood and adolescence.
Club Spotlight: Muslim Students Association
At Life University (Life U), we place a high value on Integrity, which at Life U “is defined as a state of completeness or wholeness; adherence to a set of values, implying wholeness of body, mind and spirit; and in our relationships with people and the planet.” Supporting the whole person and community at Life U is paramount to our continued success.
My First Quarter- Ayman Mahmoud
Diversity is the first thing that comes to mind. But more importantly, it’s a platform where Muslims get to represent themselves, which isn’t always the case in some media sources. Also, inclusivity across cultures/beliefs is huge, I think. In the end, we’re all one kind – humankind.
Faces of LIFE- Dr. Blake Livingood
Dr. Blake Livingood graduated in 2009 from the Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C) program at Life University (Life U). He also married his wife Jessica that year, and together, they embarked on a journey to create their practice, named Triangular Health Center, which opened on August 9, 2010.