The road ahead: A Native American woman's journey to shaping future physicians
"Just as I was never ashamed of being Native American or a migrant worker, I was never ashamed of my breast cancer diagnosis," said Glenna Wallace. "I had to have a mastectomy."
Inside KCU - October 2022
As we enter fall, both of our campuses are busy with wide-ranging and far-reaching activities. Score 1 for Health offers an opportunity for our student doctors to practice their clinical skills by providing health screenings for children in grades K-5.
KCU president and CEO receives lifetime achievement award
Kansas City University (KCU) President and CEO, Marc B. Hahn, DO, received the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Health Policy Fellowship (HPF) Lifetime Achievement Award at their annual alumni retreat for notable and sustained accomplishments in health policy, as well as demonstrable commitment to service to others in his public and personal life.
Kansas City University names Sharon Gustowski, DO, MPH Kansas City campus dean - College of Osteopathic Medicine
Kansas City University (KCU) welcomed Sharon Gustowski, DO, MPH as Kansas City campus dean - College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM).
KCU names Dr. Steven D. Waldman, MD, JD as senior vice provost for strategic academic initiatives
Dr. Steven D. Waldman, MD, JD has joined Kansas City University (KCU) as senior vice provost for strategic academic initiatives.
Bill Patterson Joins KCU as Executive Director University Relations
Kansas City University has named Bill Patterson as the university’s executive director of university relations.
Kenneth Heiles, DO, Named Campus Dean for KCU-Joplin College of Osteopathic Medicine
Kansas City University announces the appointment of Kenneth Heiles, DO, as campus dean for the College of Osteopathic Medicine – Joplin.
KCU trustee Chief Glenna Wallace honored at Pink Ribbon Gala
W. Joshua Cox, DO, named KCU Executive Dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine, Vice Provost for Medical Affairs
Kansas City University and Harris-Stowe State University Formalize Academic Partnership
Two Missouri institutions join efforts to increase the State’s pipeline for underrepresented minorities in medicine