Thelma Fordyce-Mack Award winners on Davenport Campus
Director of Diagnosis
and Radiology Lisa Killinger, D.C., and Assistant Professor Lia Nightingale,
Ph.D., each received a 2010 Thelma Fordyce-Mack Award for their scholarly
project submissions. Dr. Killinger’s project was titled “Aging & Public
Health: A Role for Chiropractic.” Dr. Nightingale’s was titled “Concept Mapping
as a Study Tool for Chiropractic Students in a Basic Science Course.” The
projects submitted for this year’s awards were evaluated by four groups of five
faculty members, and the two winners were recognized at the Faculty Recognition
Luncheon on July 12. They also received cash awards.
Killinger (center) with Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Dan
Weinert (left) and Davenport Campus President Dr. Don Kern.
Nightingale (center) with Dr. Dan Weinert (left) and Dr. Don Kern.