Wednesday, June 19, 2013
On June 22nd, National University of Health Sciences will welcome its sixth president, Joseph P. D. Stiefel, MS, EdD. DC. He is a graduate of NUHS, and has contributed his leadership skills to the university in a number of capacities over the last decade, including faculty and administrative positions. Dr. Stiefel’s vision for National University of Health Sciences is to continue the institution’s focus on broad-scope primary care practice for its graduates, and to deepen its commitment to integrative medicine.
Thursday, June 13, 2013
Dr. James F. Winterstein will retire after 27 years as president of National University of Health Sciences on June 22nd, 2013, when he’ll take up the role of President Emeritus. As the fifth president of National, his many accomplishments changed history, expanded opportunities and raised educational standards for both the university and the chiropractic profession. His legacy is an example of what can be achieved through uncompromising dedication to higher standards in both education and professional practice, and an unwavering commitment to patient-centered medical care.
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Come meet National graduate, Sister Brigitte Yengo, DC, MD, who will be speaking at noon on Friday, June 14th in room 220 of Janse Hall. She founded a chiropractic clinic and orphanage that brings health, hope and caring to the underserved in the Congo.
Thursday, June 06, 2013
National University's Dr. Jerilyn Cambron recently gave two presentations and facilitated several other activities and group sessions at the International Massage Therapy Research Conference in Boston.
Tuesday, June 04, 2013
New grassy amphitheatre seating, new bench and picnic table materials, wildflowers, native grasses and indigenous plants highlight the many outdoor improvements underway at National University's Lombard Campus.
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
President James F. Winterstein enjoys a 50-Year perspective on NUHS and the chiropractic profession. As he approaches retirement, he reflects on the profession's changes over the years. Here's a glimpse of the progress he's seen from his student years up until today, and the optimism he holds for both NUHS and the chiropractic profession of the future.
Thursday, May 23, 2013
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of it's Lombard campus, National University opened a time capsule on Wednesday, May 22, that was originally cemented into the stone wall of Janse Hall in 1963. President Winterstein opened the copper box filled with papers from the university's history. The documents inside the capsule shine a light on the university and chiropractic profession's history.