Skip to content
A.T. Still University
Prospective Students
Current Students

iConnect News
ATSU Headlines
Arizona Campus Missouri Campus ASDOH ASHS KCOM SOMA Awards Community Health Centers Graduations Grants

Student Headlines AZ Student Affairs MO Student Affairs ATSU Portal Login

Alumni Headlines Classnotes In Memoriam Continuing Education

Faculty & Staff
Faculty/Staff Headlines Research & Publications ATSU Portal Login

iConnect Newsletter Grants & You Newsletter Athletic Training Alumni Newsletter Still Partner Newsletter Still- Well Being Newsletter Healthy Investments ATSU Research
A.T. Still Library Newsletter
Still Magazine
Current Issue
Past Issues
Donor Recognition
Hot Sheet
In Memoriam
The Last Word
Web Exclusives
President’s Desk
Research News
Spark magazine 2017-18
Spark magazine 2019-20
Winter 2020
Supplement 2019
Fall 2019
Spring 2019
Summer 2019
Winter 2019
Supplement 2018
Fall 2018
Summer 2018
Spring 2018
Winter 2018
Supplement 2017
Fall 2017
Summer 2017
Spring 2017
Winter 2017
Museum of Osteopathic Medicine

iConnect News

Thank you for 125 years!

August 4, 2017
Posted In: Letters

This edition of Still Magazine celebrates our 125th anniversary and thanks the countless advocates of ATSU and osteopathic medical education. On the following pages, you will see story after story of alumni and students carrying on the legacy that began in 1892.

When Andrew Taylor Still, DO, started the American School of Osteopathy, it was the local Kirksville community, patients from across the country, and interested individuals who assisted in making the school a reality. Today, we are still thankful for those who support ATSU and the professions of our graduates. As you will find in this issue, ATSU has grown into a leading, comprehensive graduate health sciences university, and osteopathic medicine has reached even greater heights.

Early in my career, I was amazed and humbled by the dedication and support from ATSU, patients, non-DO healthcare professionals, and state and national osteopathic organizations. Through the generous support of others, I learned to be thankful for those who believe in you and what you do. I now am privileged to witness this support every day from our advocates at the University level.

On our Missouri campus and around the city of Kirksville, it is easy to see and sense the impact of Dr. Still’s legacy. On our Arizona campus and at the St. Louis Dental Center, Dr. Still’s presence is visible through the caring ways and innovative spirit of our faculty, students, and staff. None of this would be possible without the support of all who believed in us.

So once again, thank you for 125 wonderful years.

Yours in service,

Craig M. Phelps, DO, ’84, president

Comments are closed.

« »