DMU President Angela L. Walker Franklin accepts the Iowa Volunteer Hall of Fame honor from Governor Terry Branstad.

DMU receives highest state honor for volunteerism

Des Moines University was inducted into the Iowa Volunteer Hall of Fame on April 13 as part of National Volunteer …
A record $344,552 was raised for the Glanton Minority Scholarship Fund this year.

2015 DMU dinner raises record donations

The scholarship fund continues to inspire future health care professionals and garner generous support, including the record $344,552 raised this …
Gov. Terry Branstad and Ed Skinner

DMU to honor Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad, Ed Skinner at Glanton Dinner

Heroes present, past and future will be honored at Des Moines University‚Äôs 12th annual Glanton Minority Scholarship Fund Dinner on …

Good news for physical therapists, great news for patients

Physical therapy often can help patients recover faster, more fully and with less invasive and expensive procedures from conditions ranging …

Cynthia Hoque, D.O. ’14, awarded Branstad-Reynolds Scholarship

Cynthia Hoque, a Des Moines University osteopathic medical student, received the Medical and Health Related Scholarship from the Branstad-Reynolds Scholarship …

President of Kosovo visits Iowa, DMU

When Atifete Jahjaga, the president of Kosovo, visited Iowa June 13-15, her itinerary included a tour of DMU. Her visit, …