Roxanne Waggoner:
BCOM 2018 Student DO of the Year
Waggoner, a member of BCOM's class of 2020, was selected based on her strong commitment to community service through volunteer work and her dedication to the osteopathy profession. Her application has been submitted for the National Student DO Award, which will be announced at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM) in April.

BCOM News
Meet our Featured Faculty of the Month: Adrienne Kania, DO
Get to know this DO who is passionate about using Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM) to treat everything from blood pressure to asthma.
 
A Medical Student with a Passion for Policy
Harris Ahmed shares his experience working with the Domenici Institute for Public Policy as a panelist at their annual conference and as a participant in the Domenici Student Scholars Program.
 
John Rajala Exemplifies the Modern DO Student
BCOM's own John Rajala was featured in the American Osteopathic Association's publication The DO , exemplifying how the life of an osteopathic student has changed over the past 125 years.
 
Geriatrics Club Brings Cheer to Elderly Las Crucens
BCOM's Geriatrics Society banded together with Sigma Sigma Phi to make and hand deliver holiday cards to Las Crucens in need of a little cheer at the Munson Senior Center.

BCOM Student Cuts Hair, Raises $3,000 for Good Causes
Second year medical student Avery Neal saw a unique opportunity to raise money for Roadrunner Food Bank and Children with Hair Loss. He auctioned off a chance to cut the infamous "man bun" well-known around the BCOM campus.

BCOM In The News
Beyond Books
BCOM Health Sciences Library shares modern day learning with medical students, and the entire regional community
F rom teaching and ensuring seamless access to licensed medical information, to training librarians all over the region and bringing in literacy programs for the entire community, BCOM Librarians Erin Palazzolo (left) and Norice Lee go far beyond checking out books.

BCOM Beats
Learn how your opinions can be transformed into national policy and legislation on January 17.
Watch this in-depth look at our nation's dysfunctional healthcare system on
January 19.
The Sin Limites student group is hosting this drive for local elementary students. Donations accepted thru Feb. 7
BCOM was well-represented at the Arizona Bowl game with our brand appearing in the program and on city buses around Tucson.
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