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April 2013

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Sherman College of Chiropractic Lyceum offers inauguration, inspiration, education

April 13, 2013 — Sherman College of Chiropractic will celebrate its “40 Years and still TIC-ing” Lyceum from Thursday to Saturday, May 23-25. The event is held each spring on the college’s campus in Spartanburg and involves three days of seminars, reunions, alumni events and more. This year’s Lyceum features more than 30 seminars with attendees able to receive up to 21 hours of continuing education credits.

The college will host a formal investiture ceremony for its fifth president, Edwin Cordero, DC, on Thursday evening, May 23. Cordero is a dynamic leader passionate about inspiring, motivating, and leading future chiropractors to a better understanding of the principles of chiropractic so they can make a positive impact in the communities they will serve around the world. He began his tenure at the college in January.

In addition to the investiture, key evening events include a 40th anniversary  celebration, an all-school reunion, and a 1970s-themed banquet to close the weekend. The college also hosts a number of special events for the public, including a career day for prospective students, a golf tournament, and a 5K race.

Plenary sessions during

Lyceum feature well-known chiropractors and inspiring themes. Sherman founder Thomas A. Gelardi, DC, will present  a program on “A Reasoned and Sustainable Chiropractic.” Steve Judson, DC, Brian Lieberman, DC, and Dean Sottile, DC, will present “Living the Dynamic Essential,” and Sherman Trustees Joseph Borio, DC, Liam Schubel, DC, and Shane Walker, DC, will share “How to be a Winner.”

Additional Lyceum 2013 speakers include Craig Berko, DC, Robert Braille, DC, Justin Brown, DC, Ron Castellucci, DC, Lona Cook, DC, Tony DeMarco, DC, Michael Dorausch, DC, James Dubel, DC, Hussein Elsangak, M.D., DC, Mark Fullerton, DC, Harold “Skip” George, DC, Patricia Giuliano, DC, Tim Guest, DC, Chris Kent, DC, Peter Kevorkian, DC, Danny Knowles, DC, Lyle Koca, DC, Tedd Koren, DC, Nalyn Marcus, DC, Russell McArthur, DC, Tim O’Shea, DC, Kevin Pallis, DC, Rose Panico, C.A., Edward Plentz, DC, Todd Riddle, DC, Fred Schofield, DC, Susan Schofield, BS, RPh, David Serio, DC, Erick Swenson, DC, Robert Tarantino, DC, and Keith Wassung.

Registration is open; for additional information about Lyceum, go to sherman.edu/lyceum.

Source: Sherman College of Chiropractic, sherman.edu

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