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Florida Campus showcased at Palmer Connection

10/13/2010 (Archived)

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 about the chiropractic health care profession, toured the campus and talked with faculty and students.

“I was very pleased to see the level of interest in chiropractic among the career advisors and educators in attendance. They all asked intelligent and probing questions in an attempt to better understand chiropractic in order to answer questions they felt their students may have. I came away from the Palmer Connection event with a very positive feeling toward developing true working relationships with the Colleges represented,” said Donald Gran, D.C., M.S. Ed., Dean of Academic Affairs.

Attending the event were representatives of nine institutions from six different states.

Mitch Pietras of Daytona State College shared the following comment: “It was an eye opener for me personally, and I believe I can do a much better job with students interested in going to Palmer College. You all should be very proud of the students who acted as guides. They were very confident, poised and knowledgeable and a wonderful representation for themselves and Palmer College. Thank you for the opportunity to visit the Port Orange campus. This was just a great experience.”

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Representatives of local and national colleges participate in Palmer Connection on the Florida Campus.