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untitledA.T. Still University-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (ATSU-KCOM) students in the Alpha Phi Omega Club shared the microscope wealth with area children on Oct. 12, 2013. The club distributed ATSU-KCOM’s gently used microscopes to area public and home schools. The club gave out 100 microscopes and gave a demonstration of how to use them.

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Lapinski, JessicaJessica Lapinski, MedEd fellow, A.T. Still University Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine class of 2016, was recently awarded at the 57th AOA Annual Research Conference.  Lapinski won the second place poster and author award for “Examining the Doctor-Patient Relationship: Clinical Rotations and Healthcare Delivery for LGBT Patients.” The poster was presented at the AOA & SOMA research poster session at the conference Sept 30 – Oct 4 in Las Vegas, Nev.

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imagesHave you ever wanted custom-fitting earbuds for your headphones or iPod?The ATSU chapter of the Student Academy of Audiology is making earmold impressions available from Oct. 7 to 18. You can order custom-fit hearing protection or listening molds for your iPod and/or other devices. Information and demonstrations regarding hearing protection will also be provided.

A variety of products, including sound plugs, musician’s plugs, earbuds for headphones and more are available. Prices for the custom earmolds range from $80 to $130, depending on the style.

Check out the flyer for detailed information regarding dates and times.

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Kate Avery, D1, receives her white coat from Christopher Halliday, DDS, MPH, dean.

Kate Avery, D1, receives her white coat from Christopher Halliday, DDS, MPH, dean.

A.T. Still University has made history, as the inaugural Missouri School of Dentistry & Oral Health (ATSU-MOSDOH) class of 2017 was inducted on Sept. 28, 2013 at the White Coat Ceremony.

The ceremony was held at Ophelia Parrish Hall on the Truman State University campus.

Each student was presented with a white doctor’s coat and pin to symbolize the importance and service of becoming a physician.

Christopher Halliday, DDS, MPH, dean, was the keynote speaker. Liz Kaz, EdD, MS, presented the Key to the Class. Christine Beeson, OMS II, ATSU-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine class president, welcomed the new students to the ATSU family.

The inaugural class has 42 members. Classes begin Oct. 1, 2013.

 

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NormoreA.T. Still University’s (ATSU) President Craig Phelps, DO, ’84, has announced the appointment of the University’s first director of diversity. Clinton Normore, MBA, will serve in a strategic role through collaboration in assessing, promoting, and increasing diversity and diversity of service among the University’s students and workforce. Additionally, Normore will work with key leadership to collaboratively develop and oversee a comprehensive plan to implement diversity goals to support ATSU’s mission and vision.

Since 2005, Normore served as director of multicultural student affairs at Oklahoma City University. During his tenure, he established a robust program from the ground up, including two highly successful scholarship programs – the American Indian and Clara Luper Scholarships. Normore has notable teaching and presentation experience in the area of diversity and cultural proficiency, as well as involvement in diversity organizations at the state and national levels.

“Normore’s experience as a leader in promoting diversity, inclusion, cultural awareness, and cultural proficiency will prove to be a strong asset to ATSU,” said President Phelps. “His leadership will strengthen existing University-wide diversity objectives, impacting not only students, faculty and staff, but ultimately and most importantly, the patients ATSU graduates will serve.”

ATSU is committed to continued progress in the area of diversity, with the Board of Trustees designating it as one of the University’s primary strategic initiatives.

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