Leadership Conversations

Leading With Compassion 

In this episode of Today’s Chiropractic Leadership, Dr. Michael S. Karlin, associate director of the Life U Center for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics (CCISE), discusses his approach to self-control, compassion and discernment in leadership. Visit the iTunes Store for more podcasts in the TCL…

Leadership Conversations

Leading Through Service 

Join this edition of TCL for Dr. LaMarche’s chat with Rev. Natosha Reid Rice, Associate General Counsel for Real Estate and Finance at Habitat for Humanity and founder of Fresh Rain for Life Ministries, about servant leadership. For more conversations on leadership, TCL podcasts can…

Leadership Conversations

Hansen on Leadership 

In this edition of Today’s Chiropractic Leadership, Mark Victor Hansen, motivational speaker, author and co-founder of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, shares his perspective on the need for servant leadership, a need he believes is greater today than ever before. For more TCL…


A Recommitment to Research 

It's no secret that one of the biggest gaps in chiropractic as a healthcare approach is its paucity of research. Life University is committed to contribute to filling that gap with a $1M allocation to its Sid E Williams Center for Chiropractic Research. To learn...
Education, History

A History of Persecution 

At the 2019 Fall CElebration, the Chancellor’s Plenary session included presenters who shared research and strategic direction for the future of chiropractic. The presentations also included a perspective on the history of chiropractic, which would be incomplete without including the persecution that the profession faced from the moment of…


Stephanie Sullivan, DC, PhD 

Dr. Stephanie Sullivan serves as the director of Life University’s Dr. Sid E. Williams Center for Chiropractic Research, fostering the objectively skeptical, collaborative, curious, creative, and exacting environment that science demands. Her work while earning a Ph.D. with the Biomedical & Health Sciences Institute, Neuroscience division…

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