Chiropractic around the world - Palmer Alumni are making a difference

Chiropractic around the world - Palmer Alumni are making a difference

Fall/Winter 2013

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Davenport Campus improvements

New signage on the Davenport Clinic entrance.
patients entering clinic doors

Work is being completed on a new elevator for the D.D. Palmer Memorial Building, which will enhance handicap accessibility and traffic flow in the building. Additionally, a campaign to dramatically improve signage around the Davenport Campus is being spearheaded by Vice Chancellor for Marketing and Communication Jim O’Connor and Provost Dan Weinert, M.S., D.C., Ph.D. The goal is to improve wayfinding around the campus for prospective students and their families as well as clinic patients, and to enhance awareness of the College in the Quad-City community.

New signage includes white vinyl College logos on buildings with glass doors, including the Academic Health Center entrances and Campus Center, additional signs providing directions to the clinics and clinic parking, and a large, metal-finish logo on the side of the Administration Building. Additionally, large, full-color artwork depicting Palmer’s tagline, identity statement and guiding documents as well as a pewter-finish College logo now grace the walls in the Welcome Center conference room, where prospective student visits are hosted.

Future plans include a large electronic billboard on the side of the Campus Center and electronic signage for student clubs in the Campus Center.

Provost Dr. Dan Weinert leads a new Campus Council, which includes representatives from all areas of the College, to guide these and many other projects on the Davenport Campus.

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