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ISSUE 003


EDITORIAL TEAM


VICE CHANCELLOR FOR INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT


BARBARA MELBOURNE, J.D.


VICE CHANCELLOR FOR MARKETING & COMMUNICATION


JAMES O’CONNOR, APR


MANAGING EDITOR JILLIAN MCCLEARY WRITERS


LAUREN APETZ, M.S. ANGIE BARDSLEY, MOL BETSY FISHER, M.A. KT BROWNE, M.F.A. and TED STEPHENS III, M.F.A. / THE NUMAD GROUP


GRAPHIC DESIGNER & ILLUSTRATIONS BRENDAN WHIPPLE / THE NUMAD GROUP


PHOTOGRAPHERS JAMES PEACHEE TIM RICHARDSON


EDITORIAL BOARD


MICHELLE DROVER, M.S.W., D.C. BETSY FISHER, M.A. KATIE HOYT, MOL


ROGER HYNES, D.C., D.PH.C.S. JILLIAN MCCLEARY


JENNIFER STEWARD, M.B.A. ON THE COVER


A custom illustration commemorating the XXXII Summer Olympic Games.


BOARD OF TRUSTEES CHAIRPERSON OF THE BOARD


TREVOR V. IRELAND, D.C., FPAC, FICA, FPCW, FICC


VICE CHAIRPERSON


PAUL VANDUYNE, D.C., FPAC SECRETARY GENERAL


VICKIE A. PALMER, H.C.D. (Hon.), FPAC DON BETZ, Ph.D.


MICHAEL D. CHANCE, D.C., FPAC DONNA CRAFT, D.C., FPAC, FICC DONALD S. DOUCETTE, Ph.D. PATRICIA L. HARDAWAY, J.D., M.P.W. SUSAN HATFIELD, Ph.D.


NATHAN HINKELDEY, D.C., DACRB CHARLES J. KELLER, D.C., M.A., FPAC KENNETH KOUPAL KENT M. PILCHER


Palmer Proud is published by Palmer College of Chiropractic’s Advancement & Alumni Office. The magazine is a collaboration with the Marketing & Communication Office and The Numad Group, and is inspired by the daring work of alumni, students, faculty, staff, and the broader profession.


CONTACT US


Share your news with us! Send news by email to alumni@palmer.edu or by mail to Advancement Office, 1000 Brady St., Davenport, IA 52803.


Palmer College of Chiropractic does not discriminate in employment, admissions or in educational practices, programs, services or activities on the basis of age, ancestry, citizenship status, color, creed, disability, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status or other characteristics protected by law in the state in which the applicable college premise is located.


Advancing Student Learning and Success DENNIS MARCHIORI, D.C., Ph.D.


CHANCELLOR AND CEO, PALMER COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC


If you’ve ever heard me talk about the future of Palmer College, you know that advancing student learning and success drives our vision. That’s why we’re investing in our campuses and technology—to ensure that Palmer’s commitment to remaining the best chiropractic college in the world is delivered through an exceptional student experience. In addition to enhancing our learning spaces and technology, we also strive to ensure that the best and brightest students can pursue their dreams of becoming a Palmer chiropractor, regardless of their financial situation.


Scholarships make that possible. I’m


proud to say that Palmer College offers more scholarships every year than any other chiropractic institution. We’re able to do this thanks to the commitment and


generosity of our alumni who recognize the power of scholarships in helping students pursue their dreams. In fact, approximately 20% of all Palmer students receive a donor-funded scholarship. Last year, more than 500 alumni came together on Giving Day to contribute gifts that impact student success, including $30,000 in scholarship funding. In the pages that follow, you’ll read about the alumni who recently made gifts that will enable an endowed scholarship and their legacy of giving to continue in perpetuity. Our profession started with a movement of hands that changed health care forever; today it continues with Palmer alumni around the world who give by caring for their patients, give within their communities, and give to the future of our profession through scholarship gifts.


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