Setting the story straight about stroke

Stroke is the number one cause of adult disability and the fourth leading cause of death in the United States. …

Alumnus shares views on small-town surgical practice

When Dominic Formaro Jr., D.O.’05, FACOS, spoke on campus last November, he laughed that the reason students came to the …

DMU mourns professor emerita

Evelyn Agee Celander, M.S.’67, D.Sc.,  associate professor emerita of biochemistry, died on Nov. 9, 2014, in Des Moines. She was …

Protecting public health

Kimberly Davis, M.P.H.’12, works on the front lines of preventing the spread of Ebola and other dangerous communicable diseases in …

M.H.A. program one step closer to accreditation

Accreditation of an academic program is much more than a piece of paper. It demonstrates the program meets the highest …

Regular check-ups are key to preventing top killers of men

“I don’t need a doctor, I’m fine.” “I don’t want to take time off work.” “It will get better in …

Instructional Technology Tip 2: How to View the Asynchronous Discussion Participation in D2L

This post is part of the Online Faculty Technology Series. One way of assessing your students’ participation might be through …

Instructional Technology Tip 1: How to View the Content Statistics in D2L

This post is part of the Online Faculty Technology Series. Are you interested in analyzing your students progress in the …

Incorporating Prezi for More Interactive Presentations

This post is part of the Online Faculty Best Practices Series. ​Best practice champion: Jami Haberl in the MPH Program. …

Collecting Structured Information from Students using D2L Form Templates

This post is part of the Online Faculty Best Practices Series. Best practice champion: Dr. Carla Stebbins in the MHA Program …

Using D2L Chat Tool to Improve Instructor-Student Communication

This post is part of the Online Faculty Best Practices Series. Best practice champion: Dr. Pamela Duffy in the MPH …

Mental, physical exercise equally important for brain health

Lost your car keys? Forgotten the reason you walked into a room? Don’t fret – you haven’t lost your mind. …