Happy thanksgiving!

Today I hope you are taking time to be thankful for your family, friends, home, job, education & the beauty …

Glanton Scholarship Fund Dinner 2010

The annual Scholarship Fund Dinner was held Oct. 14. Elizabeth Ceballos was the recipient of this year's Glanton Scholarship.

So when does this alumnus sleep?

When it comes to being a doctor, Michael Miller, D.O.'85, FACOS, FAPWCA, CWS, does it all and then some.

We salute you!

Today is Veteran’s Day, a time when Americans honor our veterans. Come hear one of our own, Lt. Col. Shawn …

Alumni spotlight: L. Marie Keplinger, D.P.M.‘07

I am a foot and ankle surgeon with New England Foot and Ankle Specialists in Portland, ME, and am currently completing an orthopedic foot and ankle fellowship. This extra year of training is an in-depth approach to a range of non-operative and operative care of traumatic, degenerative, sports, rheumatoid and diabetic foot and ankle problems, especially complex deformities and [...]

Hands-on learning for physical therapists

The post-professional doctor of physical therapy (PPDPT) program at DMU can be completed entirely online, making it a great option …

Free health screenings at DMU for seniors Nov. 6

Adults 50 and older are invited to Des Moines University’s Senior Health Fair for free health screenings on November 6, …

Free dinner conference on young adults with cancer includes national experts, panel of cancer patients

Hodgkin’s lymphoma, breast cancer, leukemia — these are not things most 20- and 30-somethings worry about. They are, however, very …

Pink ribbon, great reminder or distractor?

It’s October, breast cancer month, and everything is pink. Is that a good or bad thing? Do pink shoes and …

DMU narrows field to three finalists for university president

Des Moines, IA – Three finalists for Des Moines University president were announced to employees and students October 11. A …

Alumni spotlight: Kevin E. Ware, D.O.’73

After DMU I did my residency at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in the department of family and community medicine. I am board certified in family medicine. I provide acute medical care in isolated settings at sea and overseas. Worldwide travel combined with interesting medical problems. Unless you just have to be a subspecialist, try to stay as generalized in your post-graduate [...]

Tickets still available for Glanton dinner

UPDATE on 10/13/10: Tickets are now sold out. The 2010 Des Moines University Glanton Scholarship Dinner at the Meadows at …