“Visiting the national parks is a great adventure, experiencing the new terrain, wildlife and gaining knowledge about the history of the parks and the people who made them happen.”
When was the last time you weren’t tagged by a pager, attached to your cell phone, plugged into e-mail or engrossed by your iPod? Give yourself some much-needed time off the grid: Get inspired by people who know how to get away from it all.
Hard work, perseverance, anticipation, relief and a readiness to pursue new opportunities were evident at DMU’s summer graduation ceremony.
At any institution of higher education, it isn’t just the students who change every year. Catch up on some other recent transitions at DMU.
The medical students who visit DMU and Iowa from Uganda’s Makerere University get more than an intense introduction to American life and medicine.
Nestled among the food vendors and fresh produce stands, DMU students have been peddling wares uncharacteristic of your average farmers’ market.
DMU and Iowa lost a great leader, physician, inventor and citizen with the passing of Anil K. Sahai, D.O.’79, Ph.D., FACP.
The DMU Clinic was recognized for its commitment to a program that helps Iowans make informed decisions about Medicare and other health coverage.
A visit by the first female and youngest president of Kosovo could lead to further relationships between the European nation and Iowa, including with DMU.