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Josiah Middaugh

Josiah Middaugh, Human Movement, ’12, of Colorado, earned a long-awaited victory at the XTERRA USA Championship on Saturday, Sept. 22 at the Snowbasin Resort near Ogden, Utah. XTERRA is the nation’s premier off-road triathlon series, and the USA Championship consists of a 1.5k swim, 29k mountain bike ride, and a 10k trail run.

Middaugh was the overall winner, breaking a string of frustratingly-close performances in this event. Middaugh, 34, has been the top-ranked American male in the XTERRA Series for seven of the past eight years, but previously had never placed higher than third at the USA Championship. He finished with a winning time of 2:26:34.


More than 500 pounds of non-perishable food and hygiene items were collected on the ATSU Mesa campus for Open Arms Food Bank and Care Center in Gilbert. The University Staff Council sponsored the food drive. Thanks to everyone on the Mesa campus who participated in this great effort!


ATSU’s Office of Continuing Education remaining 2012/early 2012 programs at a glance.

October 25-27, 2012
ATSU – KCOM Campus
Kirksville, Missouri
25 hours category 1-A credit, AOA

November 29 – December 1, 2012
Big Cedar Lodge
Ridgedale (Branson), Missouri
18 hours category 1-A credit, AOA

February 17-24, 2013
Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas
16 hours category 1-A credit, AOA

On-line Programs can be viewed at:    https://www.atsu.edu/kcom/cme/index.htm

For more information contact:

Kimberly Blackman, Director
Continuing  Education
A.T. Still University
Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine
Direct 660.626.2232
Toll free 866. 626.2878, ext. 2232
Fax 660.626.2931
E-mail:  cme@atsu.edu
Website:  www.atsu.edu


A.T. Still University’s School of Health Management held its 10th annual graduation ceremony Saturday, Sept. 8, at Ophelia Parrish Performance Hall on Truman State University’s campus in Kirksville, Mo.

A total of 133 online students earned masters or doctoral degrees. Forty-three men and 90 women, representing 36 states, the District of Columbia, and two Canadian provinces, received degrees in health education, health administration, public health, or public health with a dental emphasis. For many students, this was their first visit to Kirksville.  Stephen Wilson Wyatt, DMD, dean, College of Public Health at the University of Kentucky, gave the commencement address.

“If serving others gets your attention, if a career worth counting is in your direction, I am confident in your destination,” said Dr. Wyatt.


The Legislative Committee of the American Student Dental Association, ASDOH chapter, is proud to announce that Congressman Paul Gosar, representing Arizona’s First Congressional District (AZ-01), is coming to A.T. Still University on Sept. 24. Dr. Gosar is one of two dentists currently serving in Congress, and he is visiting ATSU to speak with faculty members, staff, and students about his leadership roles in the healthcare community and his current involvement in reforming healthcare.

Congressman Gosar serves on numerous committees and caucuses dedicated to issues like increasing access to healthcare and improving federal healthcare policies.

All ATSU Mesa campus is invited to attend this interprofessional FREE event. If interested, please RSVP to this event at: https://docs.google.com/a/atsu.edu/spreadsheet/viewform?fromEmail=true&formkey=dGF4alA3b0pzUzUtQS1tcWlKRGlYQlE6MQ . For more information, please contact: Angela Lee, ahlee@atsu.edu.

Event details:

Monday, September 24, 2012 , 5-8 pm, Jack and Jamie Learning Center, ASDOH Administration Building, 5835 E. Still Circle

Refreshments and BBQ Dinner will be served to RSVP’d guests.

**This event will have limited capacity, therefore, only confirmed guests will be able to attend. Confirmation emails will go out no later than one week in advance. If you don’t receive a confirmation email, that means you are on the wait list. We will do our best to accomodate everyone.**

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