September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

UTMB hosted an Italian delegation visiting to discuss a potential collaborative relationship with the University of Palermo. UTMB’s Dr. Luca... read article »

UT Academy inducts new members

Twelve faculty members from health institutions within The University of Texas System have been inducted into The University of Texas Academy of... read article »

Around campus

Recycle your games and cheer up a child. Pediatrics and the Child Life Program at UTMB hope people will donate DVDs and PlayStation games they no... read article »

 January 18, 2012

Employees take LEAN approach to problem solving

Employee ideas are moving from the drawing board to the manager’s desk in UTMB’s internal program to improve business... read article »

Air Force Colonel begins new journey in nursing

At a time in life when many of his friends are contemplating how to spend their retirement, retired U.S. Air Force Col. Byron Nash is... read article »

‘Stealth Crews’ at UTMB are unnoticed and appreciated

Teams of construction workers carry out sensitive dusk-to-dawn projects at UTMB so well that they have the nickname “stealth... read article »

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In your shoes with the Moody Medical Library

On his most recent In Your Shoes visit, UTMB President Dr. David L. Callender toured the Moody Medical Library, met several of the library staff and... read article »

School of Nursing graduates laud new program

UTMB's School of Nursing recently honored the more than 100 students, including 43 master’s degree candidates, who completed their degree... read article »

School of Health Professions holds commencement

The UTMB School of Health Professions graduated 62 students at its winter commencement. Students were awarded degrees in clinical laboratory... read article »

Building a better UTMB

Postoffice Street near 8th Street is scheduled to be closed for three days, starting at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 24. Motorists will be unable to use... read article »