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Still Magazine: Profiles

Britz provides scholarship gift in estate

Former Kirksville business woman Alvina M. Britz, who died in November 2008, gave a $25,000 donation in her estate to ATSU because of her strong belief in education and her association with the university as […]

Posted In: Donor recognition, Headlines, Profiles
November 5, 2009

Close to home

Patient-centered approach demands global perspective Whether it’s small town Ohio, rural Texas, or remote villages in Africa, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine graduate John Bowling, D.O., ’69, has always been passionate about bringing healthcare to […]

Posted In: Headlines, Profiles
November 5, 2009

Meeting the need

First-year medical student Stanley Brewer gets it – “it” being SOMA’s new curriculum and mission of providing care to the underserved. Growing up in Mesa, working in community health, and serving as a missionary in […]

Posted In: Headlines, Profiles
November 5, 2009

Despite all odds

Ugandan PA makes his American dream come true Peter Kankaka, PA, ’08, will tell you that he comes from a humble background. Perhaps that’s why he’s so humble about his unusual and inspiring academic journey, […]

Posted In: Headlines, Physician Assistant, Profiles
November 5, 2009

Making a way for the willing

KCOM grad builds hospital, fulfills promise to people of Cameroon Where there’s a will, there’s a way. Or, in the case of The World Hospital, one KCOM alumnus is making a way for the willing. […]

Posted In: Headlines, Profiles
November 5, 2009