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Dynamic Chiropractic – March 15, 1991, Vol. 09, Issue 06

Life College Teacher of the Year Announced

By Editorial Staff
For the third consecutive year, Dr. Samuel Demons, basic sciences professor at Life College has been elected the outstanding teacher of the year.

Dr. Sid E. Williams, founder and president of Life College, presented the award to Dr.


Dr. Demons received his Ph.D. from Atlanta University in molecular biology.

Photo Caption: Samuel Demons Ph.D, receives the outstanding Teacher of the Year award from Life College's President Dr. Sid Williams.


Master's Degree Program in Sports Health Science Announced

Life college has been granted approval from the state of Georgia for a new master's degree program in Sports Health Science. This marks the first graduate degree program ever offered at Life College.

The founder and president of Life College, Dr. Sid Williams said, "The college staff and students are proud of this continuing growth as we move toward university status."

The academic program will emphasize courses in research, exercise physiology and the prevention and care of exercise induced injuries; the health and wellness field and conditioning programs will also be a major part of the course work, according to Dr. Deloss Brubaker, chair of sports health science. Dr. Brubaker holds a doctorate in education from Oregon State University.

Life College has a student body of approximately 2,000, making it the largest chiropractic school in the world. In 1989 the college added a school of undergraduate studies.

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