DMU announces 2017 Glanton honorees, presenting sponsor

When Des Moines University hosts its 14th annual Glanton Dinner on Oct. 5, it again will honor local leaders as …

Daniel Finney addresses DMU Grand Rounds

Des Moines Register columnist Daniel Finney recently addressed DMU students candidly about his lifetime battle with obesity, chronic depression and …

May 19 memorial to honor DMU body donors

On May 19, 2017, Des Moines University will honor some of the best teachers a medical student could have: 58 …
Campaign Celebration 2017

Another record breaking year for the Employee Campaign

When Des Moines University’s faculty and staff are asked to give back, they continuously dig deeper each year during the …
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Rotations, residency and beyond: alumni share their knowledge with students

DMU’s Development & Alumni Relations department, in collaboration with Sigma Sigma Phi (the National Osteopathic Honor Society) and the Internal …

The importance of physicians as leaders

In presenting the final installment of DMU’s 2016-2017 Innovative Leadership Series, three UnityPoint Health Des Moines leaders encouraged students to …

Courage in humanitarian crises

Dr. Floyd Olin Smith, who worked as a missionary with his wife, Bessie, arrived in Dyabakir, Turkey, in 1914. After …

Collaborating to continue education

When two forces come together, great things can happen. This is often the case when Des Moines University’s Development & Alumni Relations department …

Shorn locks, pied faces for a great cause

More children are lost to cancer in the United States than any other disease – in fact, more than many …

Celebrating Women’s “Herstory” Month

Traci Bush looks upon her life as a “series of fateful events that led to a series of opportunities.” From …

DMU supports students’ financial literacy

An education in medicine and the health sciences is a major investment of time, effort and money. To help students …
DMU Day of Unity

Attend a forum for civil discourse on Feb. 1

At a time when politics have been especially rancorous and divisions among people seem increasingly sharp, open discussions in respectful …