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Still Magazine Recent Issues ■ Still Magazine – Fall/Winter 2018
Fall/Winter 2018 | Vol. 12 No. 2
ATSU's most innovative courses

The innovative course guide

Educational innovation is a high priority at ATSU. The University’s mission places an emphasis [...]


The front line

Forensic pathologists are tasked with determining the cause and manner of death in sudden, unexpected, or violent deaths. They perform autopsies, analyze medical records and crime scene evidence, and talk to family members and law […]

Do what you love

U.S. Air Force Capt. Mike Love, DMD, PHC, ’18, always knew he had to excel at something. Dr. Love’s younger sister, who seemingly excelled at everything, pushed him to aim high. Motivated by a speech […]

All it takes

Kelly Boyce, MS, ’16, knew she wanted to be an athletic trainer, but she didn’t know what steps to take to reach her goal. With a tenacious attitude and an inquisitive nature, she worked to […]

A love for learning

From the streets of New Jersey to the shores of California, Dr. Turcillo’s journey to become an osteopathic physician began with his determination to learn. Growing up during the Great Depression in a cold water […]

Rural route dentist

According to her classmates, Emily Nieto, DMD, ’14, MPH, ’13, didn’t just say she was going to work in rural communities — she went out and did it. Dr. Nieto’s first experience with dentistry came […]

Salsa, skydiving, and healthcare policy

As a public health management analyst with the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Janelle Anderson, DHEd, ’17, MPH, ’09, plays an important role in shaping the national healthcare landscape. She’s also a professional salsa […]

From The President

Universities must evolve to meet the changing needs of students and society. Growth and progress stem from new and creative ideas. At ATSU, innovative ideas are a core element of our mission and lead to […]

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Class Notes

’70s Donald E. Snyder Jr., DO, ’72, welcomed a new addition to his family. His daughter had a second son, George, on April 4. ’80s Paul Burk, DO, ’83, an ear, nose, and throat physician, […]

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Faculty & Staff News

ATSU Forrest Bollow, EdD, is the new university data manager for Assessment & Accreditation. Dr. Bollow previously served as an accreditation specialist. Anabel Burgara, became assistant director of Human Resources on the Arizona campus. Art […]

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Board Speaks
In Memoriam

Les L. Barrickman, DO, ’82, Fairfield, Iowa, died May 10, 2018.   David L. Berg, DO, ’68, Chesterfield, Missouri, died July 4, 2018, at age 77. He was born July 24, 1940. He was a […]

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Donor Recognition

For more than 125 years, the tradition of excellence in healthcare education has endured and flourished at ATSU. This strong tradition is a direct result of the generosity of alumni and friends who have chosen […]

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