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Alumni Headlines
ATSU-KCOM alumnus named president of American College of Osteopathic Internists

A.T. Still University-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (ATSU-KCOM) alumnus Robert L. DiGiovanni, DO, FACOI, FACR, ’82, has been appointed president of the American College of Osteopathic Internists (ACOI) for the 2021-22 year. Dr. DiGiovanni, a 1982 ATSU-KCOM graduate, has been a member of ACOI for more than 30 years, earning the distinction of fellow in […]

Alumni Headlines
ATSU-ASHS Doctor of Medical Science alumna founds Virginia PA committee

A.T. Still University-Arizona School of Health Sciences (ATSU-ASHS) Doctor of Medical Science program alumna Kimberly Sapre, DMSc, PA-C, CAQ-EM, ’21, recently founded and was appointed chair of the Virginia Academy of Physician Assistants’ (VAPA) Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Committee. Dr. Sapre is a 2021 graduate of ATSU-ASHS Doctor of Medical Science program, and also a […]

Still Magazine
Hippotherapy offers unique rotation opportunity for students

When the COVID-19 pandemic swept the nation, many ATSU programs made adjustments to their clinical rotations, shifting from hands-on, in-person labs to virtual simulations. As time went on, many students and faculty members were feeling burnt out on virtual simulations, which prompted two faculty members from ATSU-ASHS’ Occupational Therapy (OT) department to develop a unique […]

Alumni Headlines
ATSU Doctor of Medical Science program alumna named PA organization president

A.T. Still University-Arizona School of Health Sciences (ATSU-ASHS) alumna Kris Pyles-Sweet, DMSc, PA-C, MS, ’21, ’18, is currently serving a term as president of PAs for Tomorrow. PAs for Tomorrow develops professional policy statements and aims to promote and advance the physician assistant (PA) profession through advocacy. Dr. Pyles-Sweet is a 2021 graduate of ATSU-ASHS […]

Scholarly Activity
Center for the Future of the Health Professions Jan. 2022 digest

This month, The Center for the Future of the Health Professions is posting its first monthly op-ed column for 2022. Our columns represent strong, informed, and focused opinions on issues that affect the future of the health professions. As mentioned in the past, the center was developed to provide state, local, and national policymakers and health system […]

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TLC Hot Take January 2022

According to the American Educational Research Association (AERA), educational research is the “scientific field of study that examines education and learning processes and the human attributes, interactions, organizations, and institutions that shape educational outcomes.” Those who take part in this research study the science of learning in all formal or informal educational settings throughout a […]

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ATSU’s Office of Assessment & Accreditation reorganized in 2021

A.T. Still University’s (ATSU) Office of Assessment & Accreditation (OAA) recently announced a reorganization, with a goal to continue to provide assessment and accreditation support at the University, and improve efficiency.  Forrest Bollow, EdD, was selected as director in April 2021 following a national search. The reorganization process resulted in the promotions of Jordan Farris […]

Student Headlines
Alpha Phi Omega, Pediatrics Club support food pantry, adopt-a-child holiday efforts

Service organizations on A.T. Still University’s Kirksville, Missouri, campus have been busy this holiday season. Individuals from Alpha Phi Omega (APO) service fraternity helped the Pantry for Adair County in assembling 100 boxes for pantry clients. The pantry provides supplemental food to residents in need in Adair County, Missouri, distributing fresh produce, meats, and other […]

Student Headlines
ATSU CCPA students support Day of the Farm Worker health and resource event

A.T. Still University (ATSU) launched the Central Coast Physician Assistant (CCPA) program to make a difference in underserved communities across the globe, specifically in the program’s home city of Santa Maria, California, and The Golden State’s entire central coast region.  It has been just a bit more than two months since ATSU CCPA opened its […]

From the President
President’s Perspective – December 2021

The gift of time with family and friends Soon ATSU students, faculty, and staff will enjoy a well-deserved winter break. Spending time with family and friends is a true treasure and provides an opportunity to reflect, renew, and take stock of what matters most in our lives. Thank you for taking a few minutes to […]

Student Headlines
ATSU CCPA students volunteer at Santa Maria toy and household necessities drive

Dozens of first-year students from A.T. Still University’s Central Coast Physician Assistant Program in Santa Maria, California, along with faculty and staff gathered recently to wrap hundreds of gifts collected by Community Health Centers of the Central Coast during the center’s annual toy and household necessities drive.