KCU Named as One of Kansas City’s Healthiest Employers
Osteopathic Medicine: The Whole-Person and Community-Based Focus for Medical Care
In the United States, colleges of osteopathic medicine have long trained medical students through a philosophy of holistic patient care and a strong commitment to service.
Message from the President: Our Condolences for the Lives Lost in Atlanta
KCU Students Volunteer for COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics
Esteemed Veterans in Medicine: KCU Military Professor Applauds Colleague Appointed as White House Physician
Maj. Gen. Philip Volpe, DO, is an osteopathic physician and celebrated U.S. Army veteran with more than 30 years of service. He also serves as an assistant professor of Primary Care at Kansas City University where he annually leads...
Preeminent Scientists from MRIGlobal join KCU as Faculty
(Kansas City, Mo.) In an extraordinary step demonstrating commitment to scientific excellence, Kansas City University (KCU) recently added three renowned microbiologists to its faculty roster.
NSU President Accepts Wager on the Big Game from KCU President
(Kansas City, Mo. – February 4, 2021) The Big Game is almost here.
When the Kansas City Chiefs face off against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this Sunday, there is more on the line than just the Lombardi Trophy.
Message from the President: Community Vaccine Update
KCU Students Win Inaugural Bioethics Bowl
Osteopathic medical students enrolled in Kansas City University’s Masters in Bioethics dual-degree program debated bioethical issues in medicine and won first place in the inaugural Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Bioethics Bowl held virtually on January 24.
KCU D’Agostino to Join Texas Tech
(Kansas City, Mo. – January 12, 2021) Kansas City University’s executive dean for the College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM), Darrin D’Agostino, DO, MBA, MPH, will become the next provost and chief academic officer for Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC). D’Agostino, executive dean and vice president for health affairs at KCU, will step down and assume his new role this spring.