AOA President Martin S. Levine, DO, visited the campus of the Midwestern University/Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine (MWU/CCOM) today to give a presentation to osteopathic medical students and meet with MWU/CCOM Dean Karen J. Nichols, DO, AOA Immediate Past President. President Levine’s remarks to students this afternoon focused on ways to “think osteopathically” in their education and training, by which these newest AOA family members can stay connected to their osteopathic roots throughout their careers. The MWU/CCOM has 203 first-year students, 84% of whom are members of the Student Osteopathic Medical Association, and 710 students overall enrolled. Approximately 64% of students who graduated in 2011 went on to pursue osteopathic graduate medical education. During today’s events, several SOMA members sported freshly-shaved heads due to last evening’s St Baldricks fundraiser. The event raised over $20,000 for the St Baldricks Foundation, which is dedicated to childhood cancer research, by having osteopathic medical students, faculty, and students at the other medical colleges of MWU shave their heads.