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Navajo Nation Reservation landscape

Crisis on the reservation

Life is difficult on the Navajo Nation Reservation under the best of circumstances. Unemployment is around 50%. Nearly a third of Navajo reservation inhabitants lack access to water and electricity. And the population struggles with […]

Posted In: Features, Still Magazine
September 23, 2020
Dr. Loren Lunsford holding mask

Unmasking communication

Loren Lunsford, AuD, ’09, knew there would be a problem almost immediately. As the COVID-19 pandemic progressed across the country and experts urged the public to wear masks to protect themselves, Dr. Lunsford was focused […]

Posted In: Features, Still Magazine
September 23, 2020
Dr. Kelly Parling-Lynch

Words of encouragement

Kelly Parling-Lynch, DO, ’99, knew there were more ways than traditional medical treatment to help her west Michigan community during the COVID-19 pandemic. She recalled her time as a University of Chicago undergraduate student, and […]

Posted In: Features, Still Magazine
September 23, 2020
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Support echoes through the streets

ATSU-ASHS Dean Ann Lee Burch, PT, EdD, MS, MPH, shared a touching email with the School during the initial outbreak of COVID-19. She mentioned her daughter, who was living in New York City at the […]

Posted In: Features, Still Magazine
September 23, 2020
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ATSU responds to the coronavirus

Ted Wendel, PhD, ATSU’s senior vice president of university planning & strategic initiatives, recalls back to March 20, when the COVID-19 situation was beginning to escalate and the amount of uncertainty was beginning to rise. […]

Posted In: Features, Still Magazine
September 23, 2020