Archives for: "News - October, 2010" [12 items]
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  • West Campus Homecoming 2010: A Great Way to Celebrate 30 Years!

    Palmer Homecomings always feature an impressive array of educational programs and entertaining events. The West Campus Homecoming 2010 added one more element to the excitement a 30 year anniversary celebration.More than 200 registrants attended West Homecoming 2010. All events took

  • Palmer’s Florida Campus hosts ChiroWalk

    The SACA Chapter and the Student Alumni Association hosted a chiropractic walk on campus on Saturday, Oct. 23. Students, faculty and staff were encouraged to participate and to show their support for chiropractic and health. The walk was held in

  • Davenport Campus graduates 125 students October 22

    Commencement ceremonies on October 22, 2010, in Palmer College of Chiropractic’s Vickie Anne Palmer Hall auditorium, marked the graduation of 120 Doctor of Chiropractic, three Associate of Science in Chiropractic Technology, and two Master of Science in clinical research degree

  • Davenport Campus student Princely Ebwe authors “This Moment”

    Princely Ebwe is a 9th Trimester student on the Davenport Campus who is originally from Cameroon, West Africa. He recently published “This Moment,” a collection of “inspirational thoughts that will transform the way you view every moment in your life.”

  • Drs. Killinger and Stites honored by APHA

    At this year’s American Public Health Association (APHA) conference Nov. 6 9, Lisa Killinger, D.C., director of Diagnosis and Radiology for the Davenport Campus, will be awarded the APHA’s Lifetime Achievement Award. In addition, John Stites, D.C., director of community

  • Palmer College graduate is 32nd in her family to become a chiropractor

    The legacy of chiropractic runs strong in some families, continuing through multiple generations. When Kalie Elizabeth Judge of LaSalle, Ill., receives her diploma from Palmer College of Chiropractic during commencement ceremonies at 1 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 22, she will

  • Rhonda Snyder appointed regional trustee of Florida Association of College Stores

     The Florida Association of College Stores (FACS) recently appointed Florida Campus Bookstore Manager Rhonda Snyder as the association’s central region trustee. Her three year term began October 7, 2010.  Snyder, who has been with Palmer for five years, was the

  • Davenport Campus: Palmer Women's Rugby wins playoff game, heads to Midwest Championship

    Palmer College of Chiropractic's rugby lady Dragons are heading to the Women's Division II Championships after a 12 5 win Oct. 16 over the County Will Morrigans. The semifinals will be held Oct. 30 and the championship will be held

  • Chiropractic loses a stalwart supporter: Michael D. Pedigo, D.C.

    The Palmer College of Chiropractic community was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Michael D. Pedigo, D.C., who passed away on Sunday, Oct. 10, 2010. Dr. Pedigo graduated from Palmer’s Davenport Campus in 1969, and began practicing in

  • Florida Campus showcased at Palmer Connection

    Academic and career advisors and science educators from local and national colleges participated in the Palmer Connection held on the Florida Campus on Saturday, Oct. 9. Designed to provide information about Palmer’s Doctor of Chiropractic Dual Degree Program, participants learned

  • New addition to Palmer's Dual Degree Program 3+1: Briar Cliff University

    Briar Cliff University in Sioux City, Iowa, is the latest university to take part in Palmer College's Dual Degree Program, which is available through Palmer's Davenport Campus. The purpose of a Dual Degree Agreement, also known as an Articulation Agreement,

  • Palmer's Florida Campus graduates 79 in September

      The Florida Campus graduated its eighteenth class on Sept. 24, 2010, at the News Journal Center in Daytona Beach, Fla. The commencement address was given by J. Donald Dishman, D.C., M.Sc., and professor. Donald Gran, D.C., M.S. Ed., Dean

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