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Kathryn Fiandt, associate dean for clinical affairs in UTMB's School of Nursing, is now a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing. Fiandt is one of... read article »
The UTMB Student Government Association celebrated the new extended hours of the Alumni Field House with music, king-of-the-court dodgeball and... read article »
UTMB students started a new Galveston Halloween tradition three years ago in the direct aftermath of Hurricane Ike — a UTMB Halloween... read article »
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, together with the American Red Cross, will present free certified training in CPR and the use of automated... read article »
The UTMB Academy of Master Teachers has selected eight new members to represent its class of 2011. The academy was established in... read article »
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By Chris Paschenko
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