DMU students to spend break providing health care in Honduras

Thirty-three Des Moines University students are skipping the traditional spring break hot spots for a week in Honduras. Instead of …

Friday recipe: tofu sesame almond cookies

I had the great pleasure last week of observing a nutrition/healthy cooking class taught in the University’s wellness center kitchen …

Celebrate Black History Month with Dr. Ross-Lee

Join us in celebration of Black History Month with a presentation by Dr. Barbara Ross-Lee on Monday, February 27. The talk …

President Franklin featured in dsm’s Faces of Education

President Angela Walker Franklin was featured recently in dsm Magazine‘s Faces of Education, a special publication highlighting leaders of 12 local educational institutions. Learn a little more about what attracted her to DMU and what she thinks makes us distinct.

Is the U.S. medical care system “resource constrained”?

It’s well-documented and well-known that the United States spends more on health care than any other developed nation. Many assume …

PA students pounce the PANCE

We don’t like to brag, but we are continually impressed by our hard-working students. We just got word regarding the …

Friday recipe: chicken-sweet potato stir-fry

I love those relaxing, unscheduled weekends when I can lazily ponder new recipes over my coffee, trek to the store …

Always impressed

As always, we are continually impressed with our students here at DMU. It was another excellent year for board results …

We HEART you

In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’d like to take the time to let you know how much we L-O-V-E all …

Let’s get coordinated

Coordinated medical care, with fewer hand-offs, more efficiency and lower costs, is a goal for many organizations. Consumers/patients seem to …