September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

Special needs girl scouts get a new leader; Gao receives Lalor award and spooky door decorations... read article »

New American Academy of Nursing Fellow

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 »

SGA celebrates field house

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 »

Ghosts and goblins abound at UTMB

UTMB students started a new Galveston Halloween tradition three years ago in the direct aftermath of Hurricane Ike — a UTMB Halloween... read article »

Around campus

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 »

 November 1, 2011

Master Teachers class of 2011

The UTMB Academy of Master Teachers has selected eight new members to represent its class of 2011. The academy was established in... read article »

Baby boy born in UTMB parking lot

Originally published in Galveston Daily News  By Chris Paschenko A couple from Spring wanted to deliver their baby at... read article »

HPV linked to cardiovascular disease

UTMB News Release Women with cancer-causing strains of human papillomavirus (HPV) may be at increased risk for cardiovascular disease... read article »





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Jennie Sealy demolition celebration

UTMB President David L. Callender held a demolition ceremony — complete with detonator, confetti and hot dogs — for UTMB employees... read article »

Openings in UTMB Multi-Share Plan

The UTMB Multi-Share Plan is a limited health benefit plan designed for small business owners (2-50 employees) in Galveston County. The Multi-Share... read article »

Residents volunteer at Wings Over Houston

UTMB Health’s Aerospace Medicine residents oversaw the first aid tents at this year’s Wings Over Houston event at Ellington... read article »

Pumpkins, food and fun!

Pumpkin Ravioli, Pumpkin Bread Pudding and Pumpkin Bars topped the list of favorites at the UTMB Pumpkin Cook Off held in the Café on the... read article »

Building a better UTMB

A portion of Postoffice Street at 8th Street is scheduled to be closed for three days, beginning at 7 a.m. Monday, Oct. 31, to allow crews to set a... read article »

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