“There was a time in my life when I was told by every professor [...]
ATSU’s six schools celebrated summer commencements and white coat ceremonies with pomp and circumstance. Here’s a look [...]
John Krogh choked back tears as he addressed the Founder’s Day crowd on Oct. 17. [...]
Our world is in the midst of the worst Ebola outbreak in history and tensions [...]
Twice a day, five days a week, Grzegorz Ros puts on his makeup and costume, or lack thereof, and starts his warm-up routine. His adrenaline crescendos as he hears the 30-, 15-, and five-minute warnings to the top […]
Eleven countries, 15 mission trips, and four more on the docket: April Westfall, DMD, ’10, has no shortage of stamps in her passport.
The Centers for Disease Control reports nearly one out of every two adults has at least one preventable chronic illness. The public’s need to take charge of their health is more apparent than ever. For David Fife, DO, […]
Although a more recent ATSU graduate, Tom Abdenour, DHSc, MA, ATC, ’11, has nearly 40 years of experience in athletic training and has been honored with multiple awards including the NBA’s Athletic Trainer of the Year (1980) and the National Athletic Trainers’ Association’s Most […]
Brian Goodman, DO, MBA, ’14, began his journey at SOMA with one goal in mind: to return to his hometown and practice medicine. Now completing his first year of medical residency at Mountain Vista Medical Center in Mesa, […]
With one hand on a table outside of a hospital cafeteria, Patrycja Wierzbicki lifted her small frame off the ground and held a jaw-dropping pose only an exceptional athlete could execute. Her body was weightless, parallel to the ground.
Across America each fall, hundreds of ATSU alumni spend their Friday nights voluntarily covering local high school football games. While it may not seem as glamorous as the NFL or NBA, it is just as, […]Read more
1960s Edward M. Hobbs Jr., DO, ’62, Austintown, Ohio, is retired after more than 50 years in primary care. Wayne C. Cole, DO, ’65, retired in October 2013 after more than 40 years of serving patients in Providence, Ky.Read more
ATSU Bob Basham, CFRE, retired in May. Basham served as vice president, university advancement, from 2005-13. He then transitioned to director, alumni relations, focusing on building a strong university-wide alumni association.Read more
Joel Alter, DO, ’64, Santa Rosa, Calif., died Jan. 27, 2012. Martha J. Andrews, DPT, ’11, Colorado Springs, Colo., died July 8, 2014. She was born Jan. 27, 1962, in Niles, Colo., to George W. and Shirley […]Read more