News in Brief
By Editorial Staff
D'Youville Vet Program Gets High Praise
New York's D'Youville College, one of only two accredited, multidisciplinary schools in the country with a DC program, has been named in a white paper by the Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities as one of five colleges / universities with excellent military-friendly programs.
According to a press release from D'Youville, the white paper "details how higher education groups, federal and state governments and media enterprises have contributed to the refinement of veteran programs in higher education."
Military Times Edge also recently ranked D'Youville as the No. 1 four-year college / university in the nation for veterans in the magazine's "Best for Vets Colleges 2014" report.
D'Youville has a number of policies and programs in support of veterans, including participating in the Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program, which helps fund tuition expenses (partial to full, depending on length of military service) for veterans. The college currently boasts more than 400 enrolled veterans and military dependents, a number of whom are studying to become DCs, according to the college.
A Moment of Silence for Dr. Paul Reginald ("Reg") Hug
Member of the ACA Board of Governors and past chairman of the ACA History Committee; board member of the Congress of Chiropractic State Associations; president and board member of the Association for the History of Chiropractic; board member of the Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research; author and professor: Pqalmer College graduate Dr. Paul Reginald Hug wore these and many other hats during his distinguished chiropractic career. Dr. Hug passed away on May 23, 2014, leaving a wife, three daughters, six granddaughters – and a lasting legacy. Read Dr. Hug's complete obituary as it appeared in the Birmingham (Alabama) News by tapping here.