Explore Your Way at Discover DMU Day March 4

If you’ve wished you could step into a lab to see current students in action and actually witness students’ skills …

Dinner for 2, on a budget

There’s an article in today’s Des Moines Register showing 10 tabs at local restaurants – each offers a meal for …

Mastering medical sciences, fighting stress

Guest blog by Jolene Kelly, PA-C, PA Program director Graduate school is a whole new ball game and learning about …

More DMU students able to travel on medical service trips, thanks to Foster Group

(Des Moines, IA) – More people in Third World countries will be treated for illness and disease thanks to a …

What to do in Iowa? Hard to choose!

Whether you’re planning your next weekend or wondering if you’d be bored attending school in Iowa, visit TravelIowa.com for a …

Cool art exhibit coming to DSM this year

A recent Wall Street Journal article highlighted artist Tara Donovan and her sculptures made with everyday objects. I talked to …

A good read

It’s been very hard to catch up on leisurely reading with school and that’s why I took advantage of my …

DMU welcomes famed author in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

(Des Moines, IA) – The public is invited to a free presentation by James H. Jones, Ph.D., author of Bad …

A typical school day – in case you were wondering

Alarm goes off at 6:45 a.m. Breakfast at 7 a.m. Off to school by 7:30 a.m. Class from 8 a.m. …

Research spotlight: Shane McClinton

Shane McClinton, D.P.T., CSCS, is a physical therapist within the Des Moines University Physical Therapy Clinic and Human Performance Laboratory. …

Research spotlight: Marie Nguyen

Marie Nguyen, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of microbiology and immunology at Des Moines University specializing in virology. Nguyen first …

Research spotlight: Simon Geletta

Simon Geletta, Ph.D. is an assistant professor at Des Moines University in the public health program teaching health care research and …