MWU Now Stories

Allison Rushing, D.P.T.

College of Health Sciences, 2012

Being a student at Midwestern University was definitely hard work and fast-paced, but it was not competitive here. Everyone just wanted to help each other and in that aspect it was just really welcoming. People studied together and shared ideas.

Brooke Siesel

College of Health Sciences, 2018

Midwestern University helped me be a practitioner who can utilize my understanding of patients' occupations in therapy in order to help them to live life to the fullest.

  • Chessa Calabrese

    College of Dental Medicine-Illinois, 2015

    Not many aspiring dentists have the opportunity to help lead an entire dental program and I jumped at the chance to be a part of it. It's an honor to pave the way and set the bar for future CDMI classes.

  • Danny Wu

    College of Health Sciences, 2011

    The faculty members encourage you to participate in class and volunteer opportunities, and they really want you to succeed. It is very engaging for students, and it helped me in my future professional career.

  • Diane Baldemor

    College of Health Sciences, 2014

    There's such a sense of professionalism here. Everyone has set a goal to be great in whatever field they chose.

  • Gloria Yueh, Ph.D.

    Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine

    Biochemistry shows us the narration of a living cell. The story is fascinating because it shows us the many ways in which the human body is intelligent.

  • Heather Thoreson

    College of Pharmacy-Glendale, 2012

    I really like MWU's open-door policy. Our deans and the faculty are so open, welcoming and friendly.

  • Hillary Carnell

    Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2012

    You can become addicted to community service-it's such a great experience you want to keep doing it!

  • Jared Techau

    College of Graduate Studies, 2013

    With a lot of dedication on your part, the faculty and staff do everything they possibly can to help you reach your goal. You are prepared for success not only in the programs here at Midwestern but also for whatever awaits you in the future that you pursue.

  • Kathleen P. O'Hagan, Ph.D.

    Department of Physiology, IL

    That's what physiologists do: try and solve problems related to how the body functions at rest and in response to change, such as the stress of disease, environment, or activity.