• Supply Chain Logistics team members, Dr. Maria Belalcazar and Dr. Patricia Maeso stand with UTMB’s $10,000 medical supply donation.

    Helping Puerto Rico

    November 20, 2017, 11:16 AM by Shannon Porter
    During Hurricane Harvey, Dr. Maria Belalcazar saw firsthand how a natural disaster can devastate a community. So when Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico in September, leaving residents without power and running water—and hospitals without supplies—she wanted to do whatever she could to help.
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    UTMB again achieves Magnet recognition

    October 24, 2017, 17:23 PM by Kurt Koopmann
    The American Nurses Credentialing Center recently notified UTMB that it had met the criteria of the Magnet Recognition Program, which distinguishes health care organizations that meet rigorous standards for nursing excellence. This credential is the highest honor for professional nursing practice.
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    2017 President’s Cabinet Awards

    October 24, 2017, 17:23 PM by KirstiAnn Clifford
    Twenty-six UTMB faculty, staff and students recently received UTMB President’s Cabinet awards for projects that promote outreach, education and improved patient care in the community and beyond. The 11 funded projects total more than $243,000.
  • Dr. Callender (left) with 45-year employees Dr. Joan Richardson, Dr. Barbara Thompson, Johnny Peterson, PhD, and Shirley McGraw.

    Employee Service Day celebrates 22,135 years of employee service

    June 20, 2017, 06:15 AM by KirstiAnn Clifford
    More than 1,700 UTMB employees were recognized for reaching important milestones in their careers during a festive Employee Service Day ceremony on May 31 on the Gal­veston Campus.
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    Fast-track learning: Mini Medical School at UTMB's Angleton Danbury Campus graduates first class

    June 20, 2017, 06:14 AM by Simone Parker
    UTMB’s Mini Medical School graduated its first class at the Angleton Danbury Campus on April 26, which included nearly 60 participants from working professionals and community leaders to retired seniors and high school students.
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    Construction Update

    June 20, 2017, 06:13 AM by Stephen Hadley
    UTMB’s three campuses continue to experience growth and expansion. The following are some of the projects currently underway at the institution.
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    UTMB celebrates Earth Day

    May 22, 2017, 07:55 AM by Simone Parker
    If you’re looking for ways to go green, look no further than UTMB. The university is ranked No. 2 in paper recycling and No. 3 in cardboard recycling among higher education institutions nationwide.
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    GEM program encourages employees to recognize co-workers who ‘GO THE EXTRA MILE’

    April 20, 2017, 12:49 PM by Stephen Hadley
    The GEM (Going the Extra Mile) program gives employees, students and volunteers an opportunity to recognize each other for exemplary service and dedication performed in their roles at UTMB. It’s easy to award a GEM card to someone you see going above and beyond.
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    New UTMB clinics!

    April 20, 2017, 12:49 PM by KirstiAnn Clifford
    The Women's HealthCare Clinic in Friendswood and Angleton Urgent Care Clinic are now open!
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    UTMB honors four with MLK awards

    February 17, 2017, 16:08 PM by Simone Parker
    Four UTMB employees and students were honored at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Awards Ceremony and Luncheon in January. The annual event celebrates the life and legacy of Dr. King by honoring faculty, students and staff who promote diversity, inclusion, civic engagement and service to UTMB and the greater community.
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    The Road Ahead for 2017-2019

    February 17, 2017, 16:07 PM by KirstiAnn Clifford
    UTMB’s institutional vision, The Road Ahead, has been updated for 2017–2019. It outlines four essential strategic priorities—People, Value, Strategic Management and Growth, and Resources—which are the foundation for the institution’s strategic vision and all our efforts to improve lives in an evolving health care landscape.
  • Over the holiday season, APA members took part in a local food drive and sponsored an activity cart for UTMB’s ACE Unit.

    Administrative Professionals Association celebrates new name, 60 years at UTMB

    January 19, 2017, 17:31 PM by KirstiAnn Clifford
    As the new president of UTMB’s Administrative Professionals Association, Florence McMillian is on a mission to build membership and broaden the appeal of the organization. Founded in 1956 as the Secretaries Club, its name was changed to Support Staff Professionals in 2001 when the group grew to include more than secretaries. Today—more than 60 years since its founding—members are celebrating a new name: Administrative Professionals Association (APA).
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    EMERGE Resource Group aims to advance culture of inclusion for next generation of leaders

    January 19, 2017, 17:31 PM by KirstiAnn Clifford
    More than 90 members of the UTMB community attended the inaugural meeting of the EMERGE Resource Group on Nov. 30 on the Galveston Campus. As the second employee and student-led resource group to be created by UTMB’s Diversity Council, EMERGE is focused on advancing a culture of inclusion for the university’s next generation of leaders. Its mission is to shape the future of UTMB by inspiring innovation, engagement and learning in a way that connects, aligns and harnesses multigenerational professionals.