September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

The Support Staff Professional Star of the Month; a successful Drug Take Back day and two UTMB members of the Association of Women Surgeons... read article »

UTMB artists illustrate island culture

Members of the UTMB community—faculty, students and staff—took part in the St. Vincent’s Art Walk, illustrating their... read article »

Around campus

Every 17 seconds, someone is diagnosed with diabetes — a disease that kills more Americans each year than breast cancer and AIDS combined.... read article »

 November 15, 2011

Visitors focus on safety during visit to GNL

Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Galveston are separated by 4,977 miles as the crow flies. But the long trip was more than worth it for... read article »

Able and Aging square off at FAC WAC

UTMB faculty—team Aging—and students—team Able—contended for the coveted title of... read article »



SHP awards $287,000 in scholarships

The UTMB School of Health Professions held its annual scholarship luncheon, awarding more than $287,000 in scholarships to 190 existing and... read article »



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In Your Shoes with Food Services

UTMB President Dr. David L. Callender spent some time with Morrison Healthcare's Food and Nutrition Department, touring their brand new... read article »

SSP quilt finds new home

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the UTMB Support Staff Professionals (SSP)—the first meeting was held on Sept. 16, 1956—members decided to create a quilt to display the areas of the university in which SSP members worked... read article »

UTMB Hospital Galveston hosts Thanksgiving lunch

The UTMB Hospital Galveston team invited folks to a Thanksgiving potluck luncheon and dinner. Turkeys were provided courtesy of the Hospital Galveston... read article »

Building a better UTMB

  Replacement of damaged culverts will require the closure of 14th Street between Market and Mechanic streets until Nov 25. The closure will... read article »

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