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Registration Still Open for Homecoming 2015

by Jun 9, 2015

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It’s not too late to register for National University’s Homecoming 2015 held Thursday, June 25th through Saturday, June 27thhomecoming 2014 group photo.  Join your former classmates, fellow alumni and favorite faculty for three days of fun, continuing education, great food and updates on NUHS.

On Thursday, activities will be held on our Lombard, Illinois campus. You can enjoy a panel discussion on “Chiropractic Through the Ages,” as well as a research update. The Thursday evening cook-out will feature casual dining al fresco on the campus green.

Friday and Saturday, we’ll be at the DoubleTree Hotel in Oak Brook, Illinois and will feature lectures on a variety of topics such as Functional Medicine, Kinesiotaping, Preventive Medicine, and more. Saturday’s special events will include a “State of the University” address from President Stiefel, and our traditional Homecoming banquet. Finally, on Saturday evening we’ll enjoy dancing to the big band sound of the Duane Landini Orchestra.

DC and ND grads can earn up to 20 hours of continuing education at a variety of presentations throughout the weekend.  A special CE track is available for massage therapy graduates on “Understanding Pain: A Musculoskeletal Perspective.”

Homecoming is a great time to renew old acquaintances, add new contacts to your professional network, and reinvigorate your practice with new skills and information.

For questions about registration or homecoming, contact Lynn Nelson at [email protected] or 630-889-6702.

(Enjoy photo and video highlights from last year’s Homecoming 2014 event. )

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