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In the News

August 16 – “What Kansans are looking for in the next generation of physicians” by Robert Hasty

August 13 – “A peek inside the proposed medical school in downtown Wichita”

June 21 – Things are happening downtown. What excites you most?, Wichita Business Journal

June 10 – ICOM Founding Dean to Lead New Medical School at KHSC, AACOM

June 5 – Kansas Health Science Center to open downtown in 2021, Wichita Eagle

June 4 Former ICOM dean to launch Kansas osteopathic school, Idaho Business Review

May 31 BizTalk with Bill Roy Episode 106: Project updates with Assoc. Editor Kirk Seminoff, Wichita Business Journal

May 31 – Ten Minutes With… Tiffany Masson, Wichita Business Journal

May 24 – Founding dean of ICOM to help open Kansas’ first osteopathic medical school, Idaho Press-Tribune

May 24 – Robert T. Hasty, DO, Selected as Founding Dean of KHSC, NBOME

May 24 – New medical school leaders say they’re here to innovate and cooperate, Wichita Business Journal

May 24 – Tokala steps away from downtown medical school – but not the project, Wichita Business Journal

May 23 – TCS and Kansas Health Science Center Partner for Medical Education, Philanthropy News Digest

May 23 – Downtown Wichita’s private osteopathic medical school announces leadership team, Wichita Eagle

May 23 - Kansas Health Science Center Announces New Leadership, PR Newswire

May 23 – Kansas Health Science Center names president, board of trustees, Wichita Business Journal

May 23 – Kansas Health Science Center Announces New Leadership, Yahoo Finance

May 22 – Downtown culinary school in talks with college partners, Wichita Business Journal

May 21 – Downtown Wichita medical school would be managed by Chicago-based company, Wichita Eagle

May 21 – Nonprofit TCS Education System Affiliates with Kansas Health Science Center, Inc, Yahoo Finance

May 21 – Nonprofit TCS Education System Affiliates with Kansas Health Science Center, Inc., PR Newswire

May 21 – Tokala: ‘I’m reversing what the Minnesota Guys did, Wichita Business Journal

May 21 – Tokala’s medical school received $15 million pledge, Wichita Business Journal