The Norman Transcript


April 13, 2014


NORMAN — Chiropractic award

Megan Borne, a chiropractic assistant at Sparks Clinic of Chiropractic in Norman, was recently awarded the title of C.A. counselor with the Pinnacle Chiropractic Management Group.

She will assist other chiropractic assistants across the United States with improving service and daily operations at their own offices. Borne has been employed with Sparks Clinic for two years.

Pro bono program helps veterans

The Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program is seeking to train volunteer lawyers to assist veterans who claim entitlement to VA benefits.

The training from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 5 is sponsored by the Crowe & Dunlevy law firm in association with the American Health Lawyers Association.

Lawyers will receive a day of free training at the firm’s Oklahoma City office in exchange for one appeal pro bono. They receive a free training manual. Continuing legal education credit is available if requested.

Register by completing the application form at A limited number of webinar/videoconferencing space are available at the firm’s Tulsa office.

More information is available from

OU grad named dean

Dr. Shane Hunt has accepted the position of dean of the College of Business at Arkansas State University. Hunt’s areas of faculty expertise — strategic marketing, professional sales management and marketing management — were important factors in his selection.

Hunt was recommended to the university leadership by a search committee of university and community leaders. Along with co-author Dr. John Mello, Hunt recently published a new textbook for McGraw-Hill titled “Marketing.” The text is being adopted by colleges and universities across the country and includes an interactive tablet-based edition.

After completing his MBA at the University of Oklahoma, Hunt worked for a Fortune 500 company in Tulsa and spent eight years working as a pricing analyst, product manager and business development manager overseeing numerous mergers and acquisitions initiatives.

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