Possible Career Paths for Science Programs at Life U
Career exploration is an important part of personal and professional growth. For students who are enrolled in science-specific majors here at Life University (Life U), here is a helpful starter guide to get you thinking about possible career paths. For more assistance with career exploration, please contact Life U Career Services.
Love Yourself- Self-Care Tips in Time for Valentine’s Day
At Life U, we boast a unique emphasis on health and wellness in harmony with our vitalistic approach to health care. Promoting self-care is a major part of that, as we support healthy habits that start from the decisions of individuals, which can grow into a healthy living movement.
Winter Workout Habits
Life University’s educational and clinical philosophy is based on Vitalism—our recognition that the Universe itself is self-conscious, and as such, creates itself as a dynamic system wherein living organisms are self-developing, self-maintaining and self-healing.
Tips for Having a Healthy Relationship with Social Media
NEUROLIFE INSTITUTE AT LIFE UNIVERSITY EXPANDS TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR LOCAL PATIENTS AND COMPLEX CASES
Marietta, Georgia, May 17, 2021 – NeuroLIFE Institute (NLI) is expanding the treatment options it offers to patients in the metro Atlanta area as well as those needing more complex care. An applied clinical neuroscience clinic located on the campus of Life University (LIFE) in Marietta, Georgia, the NLI’s mission is to provide the highest level chiropractic neurological care and to be a resource for patients and doctors locally, nationally and internationally.
Faces of LIFE: Dr. Jacob Glazier
Dr. Jacob W. Glazier is an adjunct professor in the Department of General Education and Psychology. He is originally from Illinois and grew up in a small farming community. Dr. Glazier’s father and uncle were both farmers. He studied for a M.S. Ed. In Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Western Illinois University. Eventually, he found his way to Carrolton, Georgia where he studied at the University of West Georgia to become a Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology with an emphasis in Consciousness and Society.
With the goal of winning Nationals in mind, Vidallon created a simple cardboard sign as an inspirational daily reminder. “It helped me think, ‘You are enough; you can achieve these things,’” she recalled. “Winning [a national championship] was really special to me because every single day, I was working so hard toward that goal. It was definitely an amazing experience for sure.”