Welcome to Sherman Shares, the college's monthly newsletter for alumni and friends. It features news about Sherman College, upcoming events, continuing education opportunities, research, and activities on campus.
Save $100 : Lyceum Early Bird Registration Ends 2/29
The February 29 early bird deadline for Lyceum 2020: Roaring into the Future is this weekend! Lyceum is Sherman College’s annual continuing education and homecoming event, and this year’s program will be held April 30-May 2, 2020, on the Sherman College campus in Spartanburg, SC. Up to 23 hours of CE have been applied for.

The plenary speaker lineup includes Drs. Monique Andrews, Edwin Cordero, Christopher Kent and Chris Chapman.The college has brought in experts in Gonstead, Thompson, animal adjusting, geriatrics, philosophy, research, neurology, ADD, radiography (including cone beam CT), practice management, documentation and more. Another part of “Roaring into the Future” is making sure the office team is primed to succeed. Bring the whole team and reap the benefits of investing in their professional development. See the full list of speakers on our blog and register today to secure early bird pricing and save $100 !
IRAPS 2020:
Now Accepting Abstracts
Sherman College of Chiropractic is now accepting abstracts for its 17 th annual International Research and Philosophy Symposium (IRAPS). Abstracts must be submitted by April 15. IRAPS 2020 will be held October 10-11 on the Sherman College campus.

Topics for this year’s abstracts may include case studies that focus on the location, analysis and correction of vertebral subluxation (LACVS), philosophy of chiropractic as a component of LACVS care, or scholarly pursuits that will advance chiropractic education, practice and the profession. Full details are available here.
Continuing education credit will be available, but attendees may choose to attend without CE credit for a lower registration rate. Full details will be released after speakers have been selected. Registration for the conference opens June 1.
Sharing Sherman and Chiropractic in Local Schools
Knowing the importance of sharing chiropractic with the next generation of students, Dean of Clinical Sciences Armand Rossi, D.C., visited the Swofford Career Center on February 5 to share information about Sherman College and chiropractic as a career path. Rossi spoke with 10 th grade Health Science students, sharing information about chiropractic as a profession and also a bit of history on how chiropractic was discovered in 1895.
Swofford Career Center is a multi-district career center serving Spartanburg County School Districts 1 and 2, including Boiling Springs, Chapman, Chesnee, and Landrum High Schools. The Center offers programs in health science, as well as auto collision and tech, carpentry, culinary arts, engineering drafting and design, graphic communications, horticultural sciences, machine technology, protective services, welding and more.
ACP Underway in Europe

The fourth ACP program in Europe kicked off in London, England, on February 8-9 with a group of enthusiastic chiropractic philosophers in attendance. Sherman College’s ACP is a one-year course designed to enhance the understanding, depth, and breadth of chiropractic philosophy.
ACP sessions challenge the thinking process and the application of philosophy in the chiropractic profession. Successful completion of the 100-hour program leads to membership in the prestigious Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers, and the ICA Council on Philosophical Chiropractic Standards accepts the successful completion of the ACP for 100 hours toward its Diplomate in Philosophical Chiropractic Standards.
Sessions for the Europe class are being held in various locations across the continent, along with one session in the U.S. The schedule is as follows:
  • Module II: May 2 - 3, 2020, in Spartanburg, South Carolina (at Lyceum)
  • Module III: September 12 - 13, 2020, in Athens, Greece
  • Module IV: November 7 - 9, 2020, in Eindhoven, Netherlands
  • Module V: February 6 - 7, 2021, in Hamburg, Germany
Schedules and details ACP programs are posted on our website. Email Angel Radick if you have interest in establishing an additional ACP course in your area.
DePasque Honored by TLC
Sherman College Instructor of Clinical Sciences, Rosemary DePasque, B.S., D.C., was recently honored with the “All In TLC Award” from TLC4Superteams during the #ExperienceTLC Forum in Sanibel, FL.This honor goes to the TLC coach whose members attended the most events (there are 28 coaches). Statistics within TLC show attendance at events is congruent with practice statistical growth, so event attendance is emphasized and celebrated.
Online CE: T.I.C. with Dr. Erin Jacobs
The department of Continuing Education is excited to introduce its latest online course, “Working with Special Needs Populations.” This five credit-hour course led by Dr. Erin Jacobs is both informative and empowering, providing immediate, practical application to anyone who works with the public.

Visit to access this course and our entire library of quality, affordable online CE.
Ambassador Spotlight
Jeimmy L. Sánchez Guzmán of
Coamo, Puerto Rico

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Biomedical Sciences

Activities/Hobbies: I enjoy playing the guitar, singing, sleeping, and cooking.
Why Chiropractic: Chiropractic came into my life unexpectedly and gave me a chance. In my heart, everything happens for a reason. My goal in life is to be of help to people. To me, this is the only way to achieve my goals.
Favorite thing about Sherman: Sherman has offered me with breathtaking views during the time I’ve been studying here. When I started school in summer 2017, everything looked green, vibrant and warm. Fall came along and the trees began turning different colors – even the temperature began to drop. The trees looked so plain and gray during the winter, but now, at the beginning of spring, flowers have started to bloom from two trees that are located in front of the Olsen building. That’s my favorite thing about Sherman at this moment. Beautiful!
About Our Ambassadors: Read more about Sherman College’s Student Ambassador Program on the website.
Keeping it Clean: Sherman Pride Around Campus

This week, about 20 students dedicated some time to cleaning up the area around Sherman College’s 80-acre campus on Springfield Road in Spartanburg. The roadside clean-up was organized by the college’s Chiropractic Student Government. Thank you, students, for your dedication to serving the local community! See more photos in our album on Facebook.
ACP Journal, Volume 4, Now Available on Amazon
Volume 4 of the Journal of the Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers is available in hard copy and Kindle at Amazon.
Included are papers by Michael J. Price, Jr., Zachary Sedivy, Jack M. Bourla and Lyle E. Koca.
Get yours here. Learn more about the Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers on our website.
Regent Program: Thanks to Sherman's Newest Supporters

Sherman College thanks the following individuals who joined the Regent Program during the last month:

New Regents:
  • Dr. Ricardo Alvarez (Hatillo, PR)
  • Dr. James Ryan Fenn, ’00 (Tallahassee, FL)
  • Dr. Rayce Meyers (Murrieta, CA)
  • Dr. Eva Sepulveda (Caguas, PR)

Returning Regents:
  • Dr. Haig John (Melbourne, FL)
  • Drs. Heath & Cindy Treharne (Moore, SC)
  • Dr. David Yachter (Plantation FL)

Members of the Sherman College Board of Regents support the college with annual gifts of $1,000 or more. Become a Regent and become a partner with the college, directly impacting campus enhancements and a student recruitment program to grow the profession.
Chiropractic Health Center Names Intern of the Month

The Chiropractic Health Center faculty recognize an intern each month who excels in clinical performance, patient management, professionalism, and analytical and adjusting technique. The December 2019 Intern of the Month is Stephanie Colón Cabot, a fourteenth-quarter student from Sabana Grande, PR. She graduates in March 2020 and plans to return to Puerto Rico and open a practice.
Upcoming Co-Sponsored CE Seminars and Workshops

Don’t procrastinate when it comes to your license renewal! Further your knowledge of basic sciences, clinical arts, case management, philosophy and research. Guided by the institutional objectives, the college offers programs and workshops for the purpose of license renewal in most states. These continuing education chiropractic courses are conducted by Sherman College faculty, well-respected chiropractors and extension faculty.
We Appreciate Our Corporate Regent
Sherman College of Chiropractic