August 26, 2014 — Logan University held its 174th 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, Aug. 23, in the William D. Purser, DC Center on the Logan campus in Chesterfield, Missouri.
The ceremony, which included the academic hooding of each graduate, honored 60 students with the conferral of Logan’s flagship doctor of chiropractic degree by Logan President Clay McDonald, DC, MBA, JD. In addition, 12 students were conferred with the masters of science degree in sports science and rehabilitation and 10 students with the masters of science degree in nutrition and human performance.
Donna M. Mannello, DC, a professor at Logan, served as mistress of ceremonies. The commencement speaker was Timothy W. Ray, DC, from Longmont, Colorado.
The doctor of chiropractic co-valedictorians were Kevin E. Bradshaw and Melissa Palma Julie Tancredi. In addition, Logan recognized Michael L. Masucci, DC, as valedictorian for the master of science in sports science and rehabilitation degree. Vanessa K. King, DC, and Justin Taylor Woodrow, DC, were recognized as co-valedictorians for the master of science in nutrition and human performance degree.
Logan University is dedicated to maximizing human performance through innovative health education, based on evidence-informed curriculum and immersive opportunities. Complementing the flagship doctor of chiropractic degree program, the College of Health Sciences offers accelerated undergraduate coursework and bachelor and master’s degrees, ranging from sports science and rehabilitation to nutrition and human performance.
Source: Common Ground Public Relations