DMU student’s article published in narrative medicine journal

By Barb Boose

Mikayla Brockmeyer is passionate about science and has a love of the liberal arts and humanities. That combination was inspired in part by her Spirit Lake, IA, High School science teacher, Kathy Kleen, and experiences she had in “January terms,” …

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DMU students celebrate hope and optimism with virtual Diwali

By Barb Boose

With the persistent COVID-19 pandemic and prospects of a long winter ahead, DMU students provided a much-needed shot of hope and optimism by organizing the University’s annual Diwali event. This annual celebration of the festival of lights is part of …

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Committed to health equity for his community

By Barb Boose

In honor of Native American Heritage Month, Des Moines University celebrates the contributions of a graduate who serves his Native American community. Rudy Papakee, M.H.A.’11, once planned to become a pharmacist, but learning about community and public health as an …

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