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Meet the Team: Dr. Regina Glenn and Audra Kramer

Regina Glenn, PhD, RHIA, CHDA, CCS has been promoted as Program Director for the Master of Science in Health Informatics (MSHI). In her new role, Dr. Glenn offers administrative oversight and supervision for all facets of the degree program. Additionally, she will continue to instruct students within the program and is responsible for the capstone/internship program. Dr. Glenn’s responsibilities extend to the design, development, implementation, and assessment of the program curriculum. She is involved in crafting policies and procedures to effectively manage all aspects of the program, ensuring fair, equitable, and considerate treatment of both prospective and enrolled students. Furthermore, …

Logan Alumni Competing with USA Bobsled Team

When Logan Radik, MS-SC (’23) was growing up in Nebraska, bobsledding was not a sport he thought he would be involved in one day. “I grew up wrestling, so bobsledding was not on the horizon until much later,” he said. Logan came to Maryville University in St. Louis to wrestle and earn his bachelor’s degree in psychology. His senior year was during the pandemic, which caused wrestling to slow down. That is when he saw an ad for a bobsled combine and decided to look into it. “Many bobsled athletes are retired college athletes, and I felt like I could …

A Career in Health Informatics Combines Data and Healthcare

If you’re analytical and fascinated by health, technology and business and you are driven to improve outcomes, you may find a career in health informatics of interest. The U.S. National Library of Medicine defines health informatics as “the interdisciplinary study of the design, development, adoption and application of IT-based innovations in health care services delivery, management and planning.” So if you have a degree or work experience in health care, information management or data analytics, Logan University’s Master of Science in Health Informatics (MSHI) may be a great option to advance your career. Named one of the Most Affordable programs in the U.S. …

Logan’s MS-AND Offered Perfect Mix of Clinical, Didactic Learning for Alumna Stephanie Rossler

Stephanie Rossler, MS, RDN (’21) was always interested in nutrition and helping others optimize their health. Originally from Mobile, Alabama, Stephanie attended the University of Alabama where she graduated in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in food and nutrition. After graduation, Stephanie moved to Mobile, AL with dietetics on her mind, but decided to begin working in corporate wellness. Stephanie’s time in corporate wellness and nutrition coaching consisted of conducting health screenings and advising on nutrition. “A friend of mine told me about Logan University and mentioned they had a great online dietetics program that included an in-person internship, so …

Logan MS-AND Graduate Helps Elite Athletes Maximize Performance

Originally from Southern California, Geoffrey Samson, MS-AND (‘23) attended Arizona State University online where he earned a bachelor’s degree in nutrition communications. He graduated in December of 2017 and began work as a personal trainer. “After graduation I decided to go the personal training route, and my nutrition background was very impactful for my clients,” said Geoffrey. He also started an internship at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) where he worked closely with athletes in the school’s Division I football program. “While I was interning at UCLA, I learned a lot about performance nutrition,” said Geoffrey. “These athletes …

How to Complete an Internship for the MS-SSR Program

Logan University’s online Master of Science in Sport Science and Rehabilitation (MS-SSR) program combines virtual learning courses with a hands-on internship experience. As a part of the MS-SSR degree, students in the graduate program are required to complete an internship at a site of their choosing. Once approved by the Program Director, students work in a clinical setting with health professionals for a total of 180 hours over a 15-week time frame. Given that this degree is mostly online, students often ask what the best way to approach this internship requirement is to successfully complete it. Brittany Ramirez, DC, MS, …