April 30, 2014— Logan University held its 173rd commencement for the degrees of Doctor of Chiropractic, Master of Science in Sports Science and Rehabilitation and Master of Science in Nutrition and Human Performance on Saturday, April 26, 2014 in the William D. Purser, DC Center on the Logan campus, in Chesterfield, Missouri, a western suburb of St. Louis. The ceremony, which included the academic hooding of each graduate, honored 70 students with the conferral of Logan’s flagship Doctor of Chiropractic degree by Logan President Clay McDonald, DC, MBA, JD. In addition, 23 students were conferred with the Masters of Science degree in Sports Science and Rehabilitation and nine students with the Masters of Science degree in Nutrition and Human Performance.
Daniel W. Haun, DC, DACBR, an associate professor served as master of ceremonies. The commencement speaker was Carl S. Cleveland, III, DC, president of Cleveland University in Kansas City, Kansas.
Five Doctor of Chiropractic graduates were recognized with special academic honors. They included: valedictorian Heather Catherine Davis, Vincent J. Cavallaro, Anna Catharine Schueneman, Grant Sanders and Katie Ann Smith—cum laude. Twelve Master of Science students graduated were recognized for Honors with Distinction for graduating with a GPA of 3.8 or better. They were: Cory Stanwyck Davis, DC; Erica Michelle Gaitley, DC; MaryAnne Harrington, DC; Kiran Kanwar; Joshua Bodine Lederman, DC; Andrew Michael Lowey, DC; Bradley S. Moffitt, DC; Shaun David Nibbe, DC; Amanda Marie Smith, DC; Abbi Nicole Sunner, DC; James Vincent Taylor, DC; Anna Lisa Vogel, DC.
Source: Logan University