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Layers of History

February 22, 2023

We invite you to celebrate the spirit and character of the College in these thoughtful reflections of influential faculty, alumni and philanthropists.

Founders' Day 2023

February 21, 2023

Norman Edward Vinn, DO '77, MBA, the recipient of the O.J. Snyder Memorial Award, revolutionized in-home care and coined a term in the process.

The Longest-Tenured Dean

February 16, 2023

Provost Kenneth J. Veit, DO '76, MBA, FACOFP, reflects on his 30 years as PCOM's Dean of Academic Affairs, the longest deanship in osteopathic history.

This Old House

February 15, 2023

The Tudor Revival–style mansion at the center of PCOM's Philadelphia campus was given new life when PCOM purchased the home and surrounding acreage in 1957.

Illustrated Stories of the Places That Indelibly Marked the College's History

August 1, 2022

Look with new eyes at the College's campus buildings, structures and spaces. Discover the sense of place and the spirit of the historical moments.

A Little Bit of History: The Angus Gordon Cathie Museum of Anatomy

August 1, 2022

Dr. Cathie's most enduring legacy may be the College's collection of pathological and anatomical specimens that bears his name and dates back to 1935.

PCOM Board of Trustees Elects New Chairman

April 14, 2022

Thomas J. Gravina was elected chairman of the PCOM Board of Trustees on November 10, 2021.

Past PCOM Chairman John P. Kearney's Legacy

April 14, 2022

The recipient of the O.J. Snyder Memorial Award reflects on his late son, his PCOM family and the College's solid financial position.

A Humble Genius

April 14, 2022

Beloved professor David Festinger, PhD, is remembered as an amazing instructor and researcher—and an even better person.

A Pandemic Within a Pandemic: Addressing Marginalized and Minoritized Communities to Foster Recovery

July 6, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic is a socioeconomic crisis for underrepresented communities. College alumni discuss the effects and offer solutions.