Putting ‘compasion’ and care in one’s name

Juanita Baranowski, PA-C’96, her colleague Alan Berg, D.O., and their staff provide care according to their clinic’s moniker. Juanita Garcia …

Mercuris named Iowa Campus Compact Faculty Fellow

Kathy Mercuris, PT, D.H.S., associate professor in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program, was selected as a 2016-2017 Iowa Campus Compact Engaged …

DMU joins HuffPo “Sleep Revolution”

Sleep deprivation is something of a badge of courage for medical students, residents and providers who are expected to study …

Faculty fossil hunters make global headlines

When Julie Meachen and Rachel Dunn went digging, so did media outlets around the globe: Both assistant anatomy professors spent part of …

No restrictions, only opportunities

As a young man in Battle Creek, MI, James Haffenden bought stock in a company because a neighbor was then …

DMU honors Diversity Champions

Diversity doesn’t just happen; to make it real and relevant, it requires champions. This spring the DMU office of multicultural …

President Franklin honored for inspiring others

When Gloria Gutierrez-Medina was laid off from a good job with a financial company, the mother of four thought things …

Parents, monitor your kids’ media

Children who are allowed to spend a lot of time watching TV and playing video games are more likely to gain weight, do …

Coming to you live on “Love” from St. Lucia

Three participants in DMU’s health service trip to St. Lucia this spring got to be radio celebrities in addition to health …

Empowering Malaysia to save lives with CPR

Karl “Fritz” Disque, D.O.’07, R.Ph., and colleagues of his family’s Disque Foundation recently coordinated with St. John’s Ambulance to help train medical residents and …

Treasured adventures of being dean

On a recent morning this spring, I had the opportunity to address the 52 new physician assistant students who are members of the PA …

A journey of much more than 1,887 miles

The 31 students who participated in the DMU health service trip to Honduras touched the lives of more than the nearly 1,600 patients they …