Although she was enjoying her work in hotel management, Diane Baldemor realized she wanted more – more opportunity to help others and more security in her career field.More ››
In the 1920s, the Chicago College of Osteopathy (our founding college, now CCOM) had a swimming club. They practiced in the nude. No, we aren't going to post the photos.
Before we bought the land for our campus in Glendale in 1994, it was a lemon orchard and a dump site for old refrigerators and tires. In fact, the entire block on both sides of 59th Avenue was filled with lemon orchards. We still own and maintain the orchard across the street at Utopia, and MWU students, faculty, and staff are welcome to pick the lemons.
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Decorated U.S. Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell, the subject of the New York Times bestseller and Hollywood blockbuster movie Lone Survivor, visited Midwestern University’s Glendale campus on April 2nd to share his perspectives on the human-animal bond. More ››
Jennifer D’Souza, Pharm.D., CDE, BC-ADM, has been selected to participate with five other pharmacists in the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) Research and Education Foundation Research Boot Camp, a research skills development program composed of distance education, experiential, and research conduct components. More ››
Students from Midwestern University’s College of Dental Medicine-Illinois recently teamed up with the DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) Dental Clinic to improve children’s oral health through the national Give Kids A Smile program. More ››
Midwestern University is pleased to announce that Karen D. Johnson, Ph.D., Vice President, University Relations, recently received the prestigious Dorothy Willey Award from the YWCA Maricopa County. More ››