Faces of LIFE: Jaime Gonzalez Mesa
Mesa came to Life University (Life U) from Valencia, Spain because of the flexibility in studies offered here at Life U, including the ability to complete a double major. He is a student-athlete on the soccer team and a RISE Award recipient.
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.
Faces of LIFE- Stan Vandierendonck
For a student-athlete, time management is critical in achieving personal, academic and athletic goals. Stan Vandierendonck, mid-fielder and captain for the Life U Men’s Soccer team, understands the delicate tightrope he must walk and appears confident to take on any challenges that life throws at him.
Faces of LIFE – Sophie Hose
Sophie Hose is from Hanover, Germany and is currently a student at Life U studying four different programs: she just finished her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and is currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies, Master of Science in Sport Health Science and the Doctor of Chiropractic program.
Faces of LIFE – Mathieu Desmarais
Mathieu Desmarais is a Canadian from Winnipeg, Manitoba who comes from a family of chiropractors. “Both of my parents are chiropractors, and I basically grew up in their practice. So, it’s always been a love of mine, and I’ve always enjoyed connecting with people.”
Did you know Life U’s Compassionate Integrity Training was Recommended for all University Students in India?
A self-directed learning (SDL) version of Compassionate Integrity Training (CIT), developed by the Life University (Life U) Center for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics (CCISE), has been recommended for all university students in India by its Ministry of Education, according to CCISE Associate Director Dr. Michael Karlin.
LIFE UNIVERSITY’S COMPASSIONATE INTEGRITY TRAINING RECOMMENDED FOR ALL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN INDIA
Marietta, Georgia, June 25, 2021 – A self-directed learning (SDL) version of Compassionate Integrity Training (CIT), developed by the Life University (LIFE) Center for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics (CCISE), has been recommended for all university students in India by its Ministry of Education, according to CCISE Associate Director Dr. Michael Karlin.
Faces of LIFE – Dr. Mansan Ho
Dr. Mansan Ho spent his youngest years in Hong Kong before moving to the U.S. when he was about 13 years old with his adoptive mother, who is his biological mother’s older sister. He first learned about Chiropractic from his adoptive mother, who had her own practice in Gainesville, Florida that also specialized in Chinese and Western medicine.