Parker College of Chiropractic Opens State of the
Art Standard Process Student Activity Center
A festive celebration marked the official grand opening of the Standard Process Student Activity Center located on Parker College of Chiropractic’s campus. Standard Process Inc.®, a nutritional food supplement manufacturer, bestowed a generous one million dollar donation to Parker College to help advance the college’s academic potential and to further the education of future doctors of chiropractic. Part of the donation was used to support renovations and the naming of a new state-of-the-art student activity center which is stocked with the latest workout and weight training equipment that will be used by students, faculty, and staff. The two-story activity center also includes a gymnasium, locker rooms, and student lounge. The Standard Process Student Activity Center will help to maintain the health and wellness philosophy that Parker College promotes. For additional information about Parker College of Chiropractic, visit the college’s website at www.parkercc.edu.
Gephardt Headlines NCLC;
Chiropractic Summit Joins Meeting
Former U.S. House Majority Leader Richard Gephardt will give the keynote speech at the 2010 National Chiropractic Legislative Conference (NCLC) in Washington, DC. The meeting will take place Feb. 24-27 at the Capitol Hilton.
Gephardt’s consulting firm, Gephardt Government Affairs, has been working with the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) since October to promote the inclusion of pro-chiropractic provisions in national health care reform bills.
The Chiropractic Summit, which represents the leadership of the chiropractic profession working cooperatively on issues affecting DCs, will also meet during NCLC this year to discuss strategies related to health care reform. Visit www.acatoday.org/NCLC.
Foundation for Chiropractic Progress Launches 50-State Advertising Campaign: Partners with State Associations, Chiropractic Colleges
The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (www.f4cp.com), architect of the chiropractic profession’s longest running public awareness campaign, announces the launch of a national media sweep to place advertisements in at least one major newspaper in every State. The “State-2-State” campaign, which rolls out in early 2010, will give state associations and chiropractic colleges an opportunity to partner with the Foundation to increase the size and frequency of the advertisement for additional exposure.
“We already have several state associations and colleges that are moving forward, and are gratified that the Foundation is fulfilling its mission to make media campaigns like this possible,” states Kent S. Greenawalt, chairman and director of the Foundation. “Not only does this grass roots campaign give the chiropractic profession attention in local and regional media, but it also provides a unified message for the entire profession. We want to reach health care decision-makers at every level–from government and health plan executives to consumers.”
As a participating partner in the “State-2-State” campaign, organizations will enjoy multiple benefits:
• Access to specific Foundation ads–www.foundation4cp.com/communications.htm
• Collaboration in the selection of the targeted newspaper or publication
• Their logo and web address included in the featured advertisement
For more information regarding the “State-2-State” campaign, please contact Gary Cuneo, executive director of the Foundation, at 1-703-868-2420 or email, [email protected].
Palmer College of Chiropractic
Announces New Chancellor
Following what might be the most expansive search for a chiropractic college leader in the history of the profession, the Palmer College of Chiropractic Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the unanimous selection of Dennis Marchiori, D.C., Ph.D., D.A.C.B.R., as chancellor of Palmer College.
Dr. Marchiori was approved by the Board of Trustees at its October 30, 2009, meeting in Daytona Beach Shores, Florida. He was recommended to the full Board after a comprehensive interview process led by a Board-appointed, seven-member ad hoc Succession Planning and Search Committee.
In assuming the chancellor role, Dr. Marchiori will succeed Mr. William Wilke, a respected Quad-City area businessman and a member of the Palmer Board since 1998. In December 2008, following the departure of Chancellor Larry Patten, the Board asked Mr. Wilke to serve until a complete and thorough search could be conducted. An investiture ceremony is being planned for early this year.
For more information visit www.palmer.edu.
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