November 6, 2015 Warriors in the Workforce: Saluting UTMB's VeteransTake a moment to thank our veterans for their service, and learn about several veterans who have chosen to continue their mission at UTMB... more » Employee Service Day recognizes more than 1,500 Collectively, the employees represented 19,850 years of service to UTMB and its mission. more » UTMB nurses turn experience into innovationBlocker Burn Unit Nurse Manager Jason Sheaffer may not have a degree in engineering, but he has an idea for a device that could improve patient care. more » Let's Celebrate! UTMB kicks off 125th anniversary festivitiesUTMB leaders joined a large crowd of employees and students in front of Old Red to kick off a yearlong celebration... more » Contact Impact Impact is UTMB’s newsletter focused on celebrating the accomplishments of UTMB’s faculty, staff and students. Please send all inquiries to email@example.com. We hope you enjoy reading Impact and look forward to hearing from you! Working WondersThree UTMB nurses write the cover story for a critical care nursing journal, several employees receive the President's "Way to Go! Award" and more... more » Research BriefsPatients who use a nurse practitioner for primary care are less likely to have potentially avoidable hospital admissions, and more.... more » Eight programs to benefit Galveston and beyondSixteen UTMB faculty and staff and one student recently received UTMB President’s Cabinet awards, totaling more than $230,000. more » Raising Breast Cancer AwarenessEmployees pay to "bail" some high-profile jailbirds out of jail—or keep them in—with all proceeds going to UTMB’s Susan G. Komen fundraising efforts. more » View digital print version more » Spotlight on Betsy Clardy, Chief Development OfficerA Q&A series to help get to know UTMB leaders... more » Annual Preemie Reunion brings together NICU doctors, nurses with former patientsHannah Pavlu’s eyes glistened with emotion as she recalled the doctors and nurses in UTMB’s neonatal intensive care unit that helped save her son... more » Symposium educates university community on global health initiativesAnnual symposium showcases the work students do in other countries and forges partnerships with collaborators around the world... more » About TIME Program aims to hasten path to MDA new program aims to increase the effectiveness of medical education while shortening the time it takes to get a medical degree. more » 'Tis the season to be healthyWith holiday feasting right around the corner, follow these three key strategies to combat weight gain. more » Contact Impact Impact is UTMB’s newsletter focused on celebrating the accomplishments of UTMB’s faculty, staff and students. Please send all inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope you enjoy reading Impact and look forward to hearing from you!