News in Brief
By Editorial Staff
Parker U. Announces Consulting Agreement With Dr. Fab Mancini
Just months after retiring from Parker University, Dr. Fabrizio Mancini is returning to the institution, so to speak, in a consulting role. Parker has announced that its president emeritus will be relied on to help improve "various aspects of Parker Seminars, institutional advancement and admissions – all areas that Dr. Mancini deeply impacted during his time as president" of the college and seminar program.
"Dr. Mancini has such an extensive history with Parker as a former student, former president, and mentee of Parker's founder, the late Dr. Jim Parker, that this partnership seemed like the perfect fit," said Dr. Brian McAulay, newly appointed president of Parker University. "Over the years, Dr. Mancini has had a tremendous influence on the chiropractic profession and we're excited to continue to work with him. His insights on Parker Seminars, future chiropractic students, and partnerships with donors will be extremely valuable."
New President of Association for Chiropractic Colleges Elected
Speaking of Dr. McAulay, he was recently elected president of the Association of Chiropractic Colleges. The ACC made the announcement while notifying the profession of its new officers, each of whom will serve two-year terms. The new VP of the ACC is Dennis Marchiori, DC, PhD, chancellor of Palmer College, while Todd Knudsen, DC, vice president of academic affairs at Southern California University of Health Sciences, is the new secretary / treasurer.
Richard Brassard, DC, president of Texas Chiropractic College, becomes the immediate past president of the association with Dr. McAulay's election.
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