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NEWS & NOTES


NEW HIRE Palmer welcomes a new


Do you know someone who would be an amazing chiropractor? On Path to Palmer Day, we’re asking our alumni to refer someone they know to Palmer College. You can help someone find the career they’ve been looking for by


referring them to Palmer on Path to Palmer Day. You don’t have to take our word for it; just read about how a Palmer


referral changed the career trajectory of current Palmer student Rachael Harnish: “I’m grateful for Dr. Edward Camacho for helping me discover the chiropractic profession. My journey to Palmer started at Summit Chiropractic where I worked for Dr. Camacho. He guided and challenged me in the office every day. Being part of his team helped me grow as a person and get excited to start this career. Knowing that he got his education at Palmer is what brought me here.”


Tuesday, April 13 palmer.edu/pathtopalmer Vice Chancellor for Admissions.


New Palmer College Vice Chancellor for Admissions, Michael Norris, Ph.D., M.B.A., began working at Palmer on March 23, 2020—the day that much of the world shifted to remote work and learning due to COVID-19. Yet even with that extra obstacle, Michael quickly experienced the excitement of being part of the Palmer College community. “It’s pretty amazing to come to work every day knowing that I get to promote the best chiropractic college in the world,” he says. Michael earned his undergraduate degree from


Simpson College, where he played football, and upon graduation was immediately hired as an admissions counselor. Little did he know that this would be the start of a nearly 20-year career in admissions. He’s since earned his M.B.A. from Drake University and his Ph.D. in Education from Iowa State University. “Many of the prospective students we work with


already have the awareness that they’ll earn a first- class education from Palmer,” Norris says. “Now more than ever, they want to know they’ll be part of a welcoming and inclusive campus community. They want to be able to picture themselves fitting in here, grabbing lunch or unwinding with classmates. All of Palmer’s investments in its campuses positively impact that student experience they’re looking for. “The number of prospective student referrals we receive from alumni is astounding,” Norris adds.


GETTING EXCITED ABOUT PALMER Edward Camacho, D.C., ICCSP (Florida, ’13), and Rachael pictured in Dr. Camacho’s office.


“It truly shows the commitment and excitement that our alumni have not just for chiropractic, but also for Palmer College.”


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SPRING 2021


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