Study secrets: Where to go when you want to get away

There are many different places to study on campus, but when there’s a big test or it’s finals, study space can …

Dana Lowry wins national public health award

Dana Lowry, D.O.’17, received the 2015 Excellence in Public Health Award from the U.S. Public Health Service Physician Professional Advisory Committee. …

DMU students team up with YMCA for Healthy Kids Day

Des Moines University students are passionate about promoting healthy, active lifestyles to local youth. For several years, the Iowa Medical Society …

Student gives life-saving gift

In 2011, when first-year DMU student Matthew Sabongi was encouraged by a fellow student to join the National Marrow Donor …

Glanton Scholarship donors set new record

As an all-American defensive tackle on the University of Northern Iowa football team, Ben Boothby caught the eye of more than …

Cindy Lin named CPMS Student of the Year

Cindy Lin, D.P.M.’16, was voted the 2015 College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Student of the Year by her classmates …

Student seeks to bring unique services to rural Iowa

Jayna Hoover, D.P.T.’15, hopes to eventually return to rural Kossuth County, IA, where she grew up. “The area has predominantly …

Girls in Science Day promotes health care careers to kids

The typical Des Moines University student holds at least a bachelor’s degree, but on Saturday, March 28, the halls of …

D.P.M. student discusses podiatric care issues with Senator Grassley

Brady Stewart, D.P.M.’17, represented the Iowa Podiatric Medical Society (IPMS) on Capitol Hill in a meeting with Iowa Senator Charles Grassley …

Students offer food for thought

If we are what we eat, it seems wise to know all we can about what’s in our food. Sharing …

CPMS Class of 2015 notches 100% placement, pass rates

All 51 members of the College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Class of 2015 were selected by residency programs. In …

They came, they ran, they got treated

More than 20 DMU physical therapy and podiatric medical students and clinicians staffed eight tables to treat participants in the …