Faculty

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Skilled professors to help you succeed

Cleveland University-Kansas City maintains highly qualified faculty with broad experience and credentials in their subject areas. And with an average of one instructor for every 13 students, you'll have the opportunity to get to know them well.

Use the directory below to learn more about Cleveland University-Kansas City's esteemed faculty members — the men and women who will inspire you to be the difference in health care.

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Dr. Mitchell Ludwig

Dr. Mitchell Ludwig

Instructor, Technique Simulation Lab Faculty
B.S., Nebraska Wesleyan University
D.C., Cleveland University-Kansas City

Dr. Ludwig received his B.S. in biology from Nebraska Wesleyan University, and his D.C. degree from Cleveland University-Kansas City (CUKC). He practiced in Lee’s Summit, Mo. and Olathe, Kan. before joining CUKC as a clinical educator in the Chiropractic Technique Simulation Lab. In addition, he continues to practice part time. Ludwig and his wife enjoy going to the lake, golfing and cheering on the Nebraska Cornhuskers.

Sara Manion

Sara Manion

Adjunct Faculty
A.A.S., Colorado Technical University
B.S., University of Missouri
M.A., Chapman University

Sara Manion earned a B.S. in Secondary Education from the University of Missouri in 1996, and later earned an M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction from Chapman University in Orange, Calif. She spent several years teaching in elementary and early childhood settings while living around the U.S., and for a short time in Europe. In 2010, Manion chose to pursue a career in healthcare, and earned an A.A.S. in Radiologic Technology from Colorado Technical University in 2012. Since then, she has worked as a radiologic technologist in various capacities for a large, family practice in Johnson County Kan. Her responsibilities there have included orthopedics, pain management, and administrative work for the imaging department. Manion spends her spare time with her three children, trail walking, working out at the gym, and cake decorating.

Dee Mathison

Dee Mathison

Adjunct Faculty
B.A., Auburn University
M.A., Auburn University
Leah Maugans

Leah Maugans

Adjunct Faculty
B.S., University of Kansas
M.O.T., University of Kansas Medical Center
Dr. Todd McBroom

Dr. Todd McBroom

Instructor
B.S., Colorado State University
D.C., Cleveland University-Kansas City
John McGlaughlin

John McGlaughlin

Professor
B.S., Southwest Baptist University
M.A., University of Missouri-Kansas City


Mr. McGlaughlin received his B.S. degree in math education from Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Mo. He has a Master’s degree in studio art from the University of Missouri, Kansas City (UMKC). He joined the Cleveland Undergraduate Studies faculty in 2003. McGlaughlin teaches Algebra, Physics I & II and Independent Study in Health Science. His professional interests are in the human biological applications of physics and researching the feasibility of alternative energy sources. He enjoys following the St. Louis Cardinals, playing softball and basketball and biking and running.

Dr. Stuart McIntosh

Dr. Stuart McIntosh

Instructor
B.S., Logan College of Chiropractic
M.S., Logan College of Chiropractic
D.C., Logan College of Chiropractic


Dr. McIntosh is a graduate of Lindenwood University and Logan College of Chiropractic. He joined Cleveland in 2014 as a clinician in the Health Center. McIntosh is proficient in Diversified adjusting, Activator Protocol, Acupuncture, Active Release Techniques and the Selective Functional Movement Assessment. McIntosh also holds a master’s degree in Sports Science and Rehabilitation, and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He has worked with the Southeast Missouri State University Sports Medicine Department, the Hidden Valley Ski Patrol and has coaching experience with track and field athletes.

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