Welcome to Sherman Shares, the college's monthly newsletter for alumni and friends. It features news about Sherman College, upcoming events, continuing education opportunities, research, and activities on campus.
Website Launch: A New Way to Show Our #ShermanPride

We’re excited to share that a new launches today! Inspired by the desire to provide clearer messages, more engaging content, easier navigation and beautiful images, our revamped website takes #ShermanPride to a new level.
Our big ideas were focused on creating the best experiences for our many groups and followers – including prospective students, current students, alumni, supporters, continuing education clients, Health Center patients, employees, community partners and more.
Junior System Administrator Todd Bachman oversaw the four-month project, partnering with Drum Creative, a web design firm in Greenville, SC. “This website update has been one of the most enjoyable projects I have gotten to work on at Sherman,” he shared. “Our main goals have been to bring an updated, clean look to our website and make it easier to navigate.”
The site incorporates a new chat feature that will allow prospective students to interact with the Admissions team. Bachman and Drum Creative also implemented simplified, clean menus so that each audience can find all the helpful and necessary resources in one convenient place.
We would love your help celebrating our revamped website. We will be sharing updates on our social channels, particularly Facebook and Instagram, so please “like” and “share” with us! We can’t wait for you to explore the new site and share in the #ShermanPride!
Sherman Becomes First Chiropractic College to Install CBCT
True to its commitment of leading chiropractic education and improving patient care, Sherman College has become the first chiropractic college to introduce cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) to its radiology department.
CBCT is a radiographic imaging method that allows accurate, three-dimensional imaging of hard tissue structures; its use and emergence in medical diagnostic imaging make CBCT an exciting addition to chiropractic radiographic analysis in the upper cervical region of the spine.
“Adding new technologies like cone beam computed tomography here at Sherman College further enhances our doctor of chiropractic program, improves patient care, and increases engagement and research opportunities within the profession and the community,” said Vice President for Academic Affairs Joe Donofrio, D.C., ’94, A.C.P. Read more on our blog .
Caption: From left, Drs. Christopher Kent, Jaime Browning, Pat Kuhta, Christine Theodossis, Joe Donofrio, Daiki Ishiyama, Ohmar Land, Laura Greene-Orndorff and Armand Rossi with the college’s new CBCT unit.
COVID-19: Sherman Family Sees Silver Lining, Celebrates Adaptability
With Sherman College’s switch to online learning for spring quarter 2020, our college community has taken numerous changes in stride. Faculty adapted their courses. Students have realized that time management is key. And many have found some challenges and perks associated with their new co-workers (pets, children and roommates!).
To highlight our students, faculty and even some of our furry friends, the college has launched several projects on social media. Keep an eye out on our college Facebook page, our Admissions Facebook page, and our main Instagram page, as well as our Admissions Instagram .

You’ll find student profiles, faculty spotlights, furry study-mates and co-workers, and even an occasional story time post with our employees! We hope these posts help inspire you and brighten your days during this time.
Ambassador Spotlight:
Emily Hartman of Wake Forest, NC

Education: B.S. in exercise science, minor in Spanish from UNC Wilmington.

Activities/Hobbies: Hiking/camping, soccer, exercise, photography, and reading.

Why Chiropractic: Through chiropractic, I have discovered that my body is capable of so much more. I desire to give this light and power back to the people so that their bodies can function at 100% as God intended them to. That is what I want for each of my patients.

Favorite thing about Sherman: Besides the anatomy lab, the family atmosphere. Everyone knows your name and you’re always guaranteed a smile and a hug.
About Our Ambassadors: Read more about Sherman College’s Student Ambassador Program on the website.
Interns Join Chiropractic Health Center

Twenty-six interns are now ready to serve the community and see patients at the Sherman College Chiropractic Health Center, a teaching clinic for senior students in their final stage of internship prior to graduation from the doctor of chiropractic program. In an abundance of caution, the Health Center is currently closed for patient care with a reopening date currently under consideration.
“Sherman students transitioning into their clinical internship at the Health Center are well prepared to deliver quality and effective care to our friends and neighbors in the greater Spartanburg area,” said Dean of Clinic Operations and Outreach Kristy Shepherd, M.A. “These students are the future of the chiropractic profession. On behalf of the faculty and staff of the Sherman College Health Center, we are proud and excited to welcome this newest class of chiropractic interns.” See the list of interns and read the release on our blog .
Chiropractic Student Government Unites Students During Online Learning

Chiropractic Student Government (CSG) builds leadership skills and relationships among students as they work within the governance process to address the needs of the Sherman College student body and oversee all campus clubs.

“I’m proud of our CSG executive board as they work together through these unprecedented times to ensure that our students stay well informed,” said Director for Student Affairs Michelle Schutrumpf. “They are doing a great job creating a more accessible student government, providing valuable perspectives on the student experience, and keeping students connected to the college.”

The executive board has worked diligently to support and unite the campus during this significant change to remote learning. The officers quickly facilitated the process of bringing all 25 clubs on campus to a virtual platform for their weekly meetings this quarter. They also hosted a virtual meet-and-greet with first quarter students to offer support and advice during their first full week of classes.

CSG re-invented Club Day and hosted (for the first time ever) a virtual opportunity for students to explore active clubs on campus. The group also hosted its first virtual General Assembly Meeting open to the entire campus. The officers have created a list of potential community service opportunities (quarantine-approved) for students to engage in. Opportunities include donating blood, sewing face masks, donating to local food banks, and contacting a local senior citizen facility to send letters, set up phone calls, or Skype with the residents to offer support and companionship. Since starting their term in January, the officers have already submitted four proposals designed to improve campus.

Pictured: Shelby N. McHugh, President; Jennifer Becker Lee, Vice President; Michelle Anthonies, Secretary; and Alyssa Keeling, Treasurer.
International Research and Philosophy Symposium Postponed

In spring 2020, Sherman College’s Office of Academic Affairs committed its focus and resources to ensuring a smooth transition to online learning in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

We have been carefully monitoring events and recognize that the spread of this virus will have long-term effects on many chiropractic offices and research opportunities. Due to these considerations, we regret to announce that our 17th International Research and Philosophy Symposium ( IRAPS ) has been postponed until 2021.

While we are disappointed to not see everyone and hear the latest in evidence-based research and principled philosophy at IRAPS this year, the college looks forward to further improving this seminar and hosting IRAPS once again in October 2021.
Next Showcase Sherman Weekend Scheduled for August
Due to COVID-19, Sherman College has cancelled its spring Showcase, but we hope to see you in August. Showcase Sherman Weekend allows prospective students to explore chiropractic and is designed to ignite their passion for leadership as well as help them begin pursuit of becoming the next generation of DCs2B. Attendees tour campus, attend a palpation session, participate in leadership exercises and more.
Check out the  Showcase Sherman Weekend page  on our website to learn more and make sure you  watch and share our video ! Spread the word and send the next generation of chiropractors to visit. Please contact the enrollment services team if you would like more information. View photos from our February event . Remaining dates for 2020 include August 7-8 and November 13-14.
Sherman College Lyceum 2020 Becomes Virtual Event

The Sherman College Continuing Education team has been working tirelessly behind the scenes to move our in-person annual Lyceum (April 30 - May 2) to a live-streamed event for the first time in Sherman College history. 
In response to COVID-19, many states have lifted caps to the amount of distance learning hours you can earn, made exemptions for live-streamed events, and even moved to allow distance learning in lieu of live events for the first time ever. But one thing remains constant – 98% are still requiring licensees to get their hours regardless of the unprecedented situation. For information on your state, please visit .
While we may not have the gift of revenue right now, with so many chiropractors having to either cut back on hours or close completely, we do have the gift of time. Take advantage of our virtual Lyceum where you can earn up to 23 credits in most states for $359 or only $15 per credit hour. States are still requiring D.C.s to earn hours, and this could be your most economical opportunity to complete them. If you are already registered, stay tuned for updates on how to access Lyceum as it approaches. If you have any questions, please contact Director of Continuing Education Dr. Jillian Farrell .
Subscribe to CE Newsletter for Deals
Have you already signed up for Sherman College's Continuing Education email newsletter? Great! If not, you are missing out. Visit to sign up and you will automatically receive an hour of free CE (in approved states).

When you sign up, you will receive up-to-date information on additional free hours and other news and announcements on how Sherman College of Chiropractic is helping you prepare for your license renewal.
Online CE with Dr. Simon Senzon

Let Sherman College’s Online Continuing Education help you reach your CE requirements with ease during this uncertain time.

What better way to earn your credits than to spend some time with Dr. Senzon and his high-quality philosophy courses in “The Chiropractic Program: Chiropractic Principles.”

Visit to check out this course and the rest of the Online CE Library!
College Establishes Sherman Pride Student Emergency Fund

Uncertain. Challenging. Unprecedented. The world has used these words to describe what everyone across the globe is facing. But Sherman College has added another word to the dialogue: determined.

Please know that we appreciate the calls, emails, and messages that continue to show your encouragement and support for our Sherman family. As we continue to adapt to change, we are determined to continue providing the same quality of education as we always have. With your continued generosity, we have been able to carry on the great work we do to support our mission and vision. We still need you during this crucial time.

Currently, we are focusing our efforts on creating the Sherman Pride Student Emergency Fund . You will be able to join us in bringing hope and financial relief to the students of our Sherman family. We will share updates on this developing fund via email, social media and our website. In the meantime, if you would like to be one of the first to give, we have set up the fund and are currently accepting initial gifts. You can make your gift here .
Chiropractic Health Center Names Intern of the Month

The Chiropractic Health Center faculty recognize an intern each month who excels in clinical performance, patient management, professionalism, and analytical and adjusting technique. The February 2020 Intern of the Month is
Michael DiNunzio from Raleigh, NC. He graduates in June 2020 and plans to open a practice near Asheville, NC.
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