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Welcome! As a WesternU alumnus or alumna, you are automatically a member of the WesternU Alumni Association, a network of more than 15,000 graduates of Western University of Health Sciences. Alumni like you have an established presence in every state in the U.S., as well as in a dozen territories and overseas countries. Regardless of where you are residing, we hope that you will stay in touch as the Alumni Office is committed to providing assistance to you throughout your journey as a healthcare professional and beyond.

We love to hear all your exciting news, so please share new contact information, jobs, publications, presentations, awards, honors, marriages, births, etc… Anything you would like to share, we would love to hear about it and share it with your classmates in the Class Notes section of the WesternU View!  We also welcome all photos pertaining to your updates. Click here to share your news!

 


WESTERNU NEWS:

WesternU’s “A Tribute to Caring” gala set for Nov. 3
Western University of Health Sciences will honor two extraordinary men at its annual “A Tribute to Caring” gala Saturday, November 3, 2018 at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, California. Proceeds ...Read More
WesternU alumnus is OMM Outstanding Resident of the Year
  Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific (COMP) alumnus Matthew Barker, DO ’15, has been named 2018 Outstanding Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM) Resident of ...Read More
Kindergarteners test their skills at Mini-Medical School at WesternU
Western University of Health Sciences students from the Pediatric Interest Group hosted about 40 children – who were mostly kindergarten students – for the school’s inaugural Mini-Medical School. Kindergarteners learned ...Read More

 

WesternU Connect

WesternU ConnectWesternUConnect is a free and secure web-based platform designed to connect WesternU students and alumni for professional networking and career advice, as well as help you keep in touch with classmates, make new contacts in your specialty or region, find out about upcoming events, stay up to date on campus news, and more! Signing up takes just about one minute with your existing LinkedIn or Facebook account, or you can register using your email address. Get connected today!

ALUMNI REUNION 2018 – RECAP

Thank you to all alumni and guests who attended the first Western University of Health Sciences Alumni Reunion, held on Sept.15, 2018! More than 100 alumni and guests enjoyed reuniting with other alumni and loved ones. The evening was filled with live music, delicious food, and great conversations. We hope to see all who attended this year’s reunion next year, as well as welcoming many more alumni. Click here for more from photos from this wonderful evening. Thank you again to those alumni and their guests who attended our first reunion; we hope to see you all next year! It’s not too early to save the date for Saturday, September 28, 2019!

BENEFITS 

All WesternU alumni are automatically members of the WesternU Alumni Association and are therefore eligible for discounted fitness club memberships and insurance, library and job board access, networking opportunities, debt management services, email for life and more. Make sure you’re taking advantage of all your alumni benefits by visiting https://www.westernu.edu/alumni/alumnibenefits/.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Connect with fellow alumni, as well as current students and faculty, at dozens of events and conferences held on campus and across the country. Find all the details at https://www.westernu.edu/AlumniEvents.

 

 

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RECENT ALUMNI NEWS:

Kentaro OnishiKentaro Onishi, DO ’10, a physical medicine and rehabilitation physician at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and an assistant professor at the Pitt Medical School, is part of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) medical team at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

Jeremy Lewis DVM 2010.jpgIn September, U.S. Army Capt. Jeremy Lewis, DVM ’10, a Veterinary Corps Officer out of the Public Health Command-Atlantic in Fort Bragg, N.C., won the 2017 Regional Health Command-Atlantic Best Medic Competition.

Diva Malinowski Green, DVM ’16, was featured in an NBC Boston news segment on her treatment of an arthritic giraffe using acupuncture. The segment re-aired several times and was even picked up by NBC affiliates nationwide, as well as news outlets in the United Kingdom, Canada, and Russia. The segment can be viewed here.

Amy GouleyAmy Gouley, MSPA ’03, founder of the non-profit Project Happy Face, was named as one of 50 individuals whose work best represents the PA profession. Her organization provides dermatological treatments and products to disadvantaged junior and senior high school students to help boost their self-esteem and confidence.