Organizations On Campus

Click on the organizations below to learn more about their mission, membership, officers, and more! You can view organizations by membership or type by using the links in the column on the right.

Student Organizations

Type: Service, Social, Cultural, Professional

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: Allies in Medicine is an organization dedicated to educating faculty, students and staff about topics of sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, romantic orientation and other LGBTQI+ health care topics. We spread awareness on LGBTQI+ issues and promote a more inclusive environment for faculty, students, staff and patients at UTMB. We host specialized trainings in LGBTQI+ inclusive healthcare as well as community and social events.

Activities: Trainings in LGBTQI+ inclusive care, special topic lectures, Pride activities, community events, socials, and Diversi-Tees.

Officer Board:

Organization Email: alliesinmedicine@gmail.com
Organization Website: Allies in Medicine Facebook

Type: Service

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: The goal of the ART in Healthcare group is to bring attention to the holistic patient experience through service art projects and social comfort. This group will focus on demonstrating kindness, compassion, and empathy during patient interactions.

Activities: Service art projects tailored toward pediatric, hospice and palliative care patients. Examples: paper plate bunnies for Easter, reindeer cups and paper snowflakes for Christmas, firework mobiles for Fourth of July, pumpkin painting for Halloween, etc. (Mindful of religious orientation). There would also be a stock of crafts that could be done throughout the year- acrylic (non-toxic) painting, paper plate dream catchers, handprint fishes, superhero crafts etc. Setup and clean up would be simple and efficient; apron and gloves would be provided to minimize messiness if appropriate.

Officer Board:

  • Faculty Advisor – Dr. Jeff Temple, Behavioral Health and Research, Obstetrics and Gynecology (jetemple@utmb.edu)

Organization Email: utmbartinhealthcare@gmail.com

Organization Website: ART in Healthcare Facebook

Type: Social, Professional

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: Exploring perspectives in literature and the arts with the purpose to expand empathy, broaden understanding of the human condition, and build meaningful connections with peers.

Activities: 

- Monthly book club meetings led by the club officers.
- Community student panel where students answer questions from the community regarding health care and medical ethics.
-Group members will discuss the best way of involving the community and service projects into our club.
- Community service activity details to be determined each semester by club members.

Officer Board:

  • Faculty Advisor – Dr. Jerome Crowder , Institute for the Medical Humanities (jw.crowder@utmb.edu)

Organization Email: byob.utmb@gmail.com

Type: Service

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: Binding Generations is an educational, non-profit organization for students pursuing a career in the healthcare field who are interested in geriatrics and wish to bring the young generation and the elderly generation together. As an organization, we will accomplish this through community service and building relationships.

Activities: Community service and building relationships.

Officer Board:

Organization Email: bindinggenerationsatutmb@gmail.com

Organization Website: Binding Generations Facebook

Type: Social, Service

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: The purpose of this org is to provide a venue for graduate students of the BMB/MBET department to meet, exchange about their experiences, and to socialize. It is also to provide a place to get involved in the UTMB and surrounding community.

Activities: Monthly meetings, Volunteering, Social Events

Officer Board:

Type: Service

Membership:  University - Wide

Mission Statement: The purpose of this organization is to meet once a week to visit the pediatric floor of John Sealy. On the floor, we dress up like clowns and perform magic tricks for the children who want to see us. We believe that laughter is the best medicine. After our tricks, we give out goodie bags to the children.

Activities: We visit the hospital once a week, and we plan at least 1 event in the community where we allow our members to create balloon animals for children at community events while dressed up like clowns.

Officer Board:

  • Faculty Advisor – Shelley Smith, Interprofessional Scholars Education (apthomps@utmb.edu)

Organization Email: utmbcaringclowns@gmail.com
Organization Website: Caring Clowns Facebook

Type: Religious

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: The Catholic Medical Association aims: To provide support and assistance to the Catholic medical students and personnel so that they can grow in their faith and understanding of the principles of the Catholic faith in the course of their education and training; To provide formal opportunities for education, formation, service, and worship in the medical school settings, including the formation of organized chapters; To collaborate with local guilds of the Catholic Medical Association, in advancing the principles of the Catholic faith in the science and practice of medicine.

Activities: A weekly rosary on Friday's, a general meeting once a month, a Christmas part, and a spring seminar

Officer Board:


Organization Facebook: 
Catholic Medical Association

Type: Religious

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: We are Galveston's local chapter of the Christian Medical and Dental Association. Bonded by a common faith, we are advancing Christian values in our profession and society, integrating our personal faith and professional practice, and using our skills to serve others in need.

Activities: Small group meetings, mentorship, large group gatherings, prayer/worship nights, social events

Officer Board:

Organization Email: cma.utmb@gmail.com

Organization Website: utmb.edu/cma

Type: Religious

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: The purpose is to provide all students and faculty members the opportunity to study the Bible and to enjoy Christian fellowship.

Activities: Weekly Bible studies

Officer Board:

Organization Facebook:  Christians on Campus

Type: Professional

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: The goal of this organization is to expose students to the career opportunities available to them as well as offering them the skills they need to make the most of their professional lives.

Activities: Hosting workshops and seminars for the benefit of students. Monthly meetings to plan future events and identify needs of the students at UTMB.

Officer Board:

Organization Website: Committee for Career Development

Type: Professional

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: The Dermatology Interest Group (DIG) at UTMB is a student organization which recognizes dermatology as a broad, interesting, and challenging area of medicine. The missions of DIG @ UTMB are to:

  • Encourage medical student interest in dermatology
  • Increase exposure of medical students to dermatology
  • Foster a sense of collegiality among students interested in dermatology
  • Help students find mentors within the field of dermatology
  • Provide information for students interested in skin research
  • Inform students about dermatology events at UTMB, locally, regionally, and nationally
  • Promote attendance at national and regional dermatology conferences
  • Teach people in the Galveston community about preventive measures to protect against skin diseases
  • Create and disperse an electronic newsletter which will form a cohesive link between students, faculty, residents, and alumni, and to disperse information regarding opportunities in research, experience, and volunteerism within dermatology

Activities: Bake sale, Teaching kids about UV protection, Fundraising and raising awareness about melanoma

Officer Board:

Type: Professional

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: The Emergency Medicine Interest Group (EMIG) at UTMB is student organization dedicated to promoting the exciting speciality of emergency medicine and facilitating students informed decision to pursue it as a career. Our monthly meetings are designed to expose students to valuable information and contacts to further explore the field and get involved on local, regional, and national levels.

Activities: Our Clinical Experiences Committee develops and maintains opportunities for members to explore EM tangibly through a unique mentoring/shadowing program and skills workshops, like laceration repair and airway management. Our organization will also host special guest speakers such as resident program directors.

Officer Board:


Organization Email: 
emig.utmb@gmail.com

Type: Service

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: Offer nutrition counseling, and home-cooked meals to patients at St. Vincent's Hope Clinic. Food for Thought also participates in health fairs, Holland House events, and other similar events to promote nutrition information and a nutrition meal.

Activities: Cook and serve healthy meals at St. Vincent's Hope Clinic and at other similar health events.

Officer Board:

Organization Email: foodforthought.utmb@gmail.com

Organization Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1567630983478445/

Type: Professional     

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: Frontera de Salud is dedicated to bringing healthcare to the underserved.

Activities: Monthly meetings or events (such as workshops, volunteer opportunities, or socials). 2 trips (public health and medical mission) out to Presidio Texas each year for a subset of members who applied to go and were chosen.

Officer Board:

 

Organization Email: fronteradesalud@gmail.com

Organization Website: Frontera De Salud Facebook

Type: Service, Religious

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: Provide Medical Services to people in the form of short term medical care, referral and follow up with local organizations, and education that can make a lasting difference in their lives; Create an environment that is educational to the students and faculty participating, allow students to learn and practice clinical skills; Provide much needed spiritual care that is often overlooked in medicine; Help anyone learn more about medical missions and give students an opportunity to learn, participate, and equip them for future trips of various kinds

Activities: Going to our annual Lima, Peru trip to set up a free clinic. Also experience local medical service via St. Luke's society

Officer Board:

Type: Service

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: HPCO brings attention to issues of death and dying in healthcare and offers students opportunities to learn about end-of-life care.

Activities: Volunteer training, film screenings, dinner discussions

Officer Board:

Type: Professional

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: The purpose of this group is to expose medical, graduate, and allied health students at UTMB to the clinical, research and epidemiological opportunities that the field of infectious disease offers.

Activities: The activities of the group will fall under three broad categories which include guest speaker presentations, student research presentations, and recreational activities. The guest speakers will include, but are not limited to, physicians, researchers and social scientists. The research will include both novel research and journal presentations. The social aspect will center around movies related to infectious disease and informal get-togethers.

Officer Board:

  • Faculty Advisor – Marjan Afrouzian, Department of Pathology (mpryan@utmb.edu)

Organization Email: utmb.idig@utmb.edu

Organization Website: Infectious Disease Interest Group Facebook

Type: Social, Professional

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: Uncovering needs, imaginatively designing, and effectively implementing, we seek to dramatically improve healthcare through biodesign and research.

Activities: Clinical challenges, Research

Officer Board:

  • Faculty Advisor – Stanley J. Watowich, Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (watowich@xray.utmb.edu)

Type: Social

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: To promote cohesion among students in the military, specifically those involved with the Health Professions Scholarship Program. Our organization also serves to mentor younger medical students in this program to prepare them for their basic training courses and other logistics between UTMB and the military.

Activities: Monthly meetings to keep all members in the group connected and to allow any school or military questions to be answered by other members

Officer Board:

Organization Website: Military Medical Association Facebook

Type: Professional

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: OGSS is a recently formed interest group whose services extend beyond the School of Medicine to benefit students in other health disciplines such as Physician's Assistant School and Nursing School. We intend to assist and mentor present and future UTMB students interested in OB-Gyn. OGSS connects members with this specialty-specific speakers and opportunities. OGSS executes skill workshops for students across various schools along with other interprofessional events.

Activities: 

-Member meetings

-Connection with mentors in Ob-Gyn

-Specialty-specific skill workshops

- Volunteering events

Officer Board:

Organization Email: obgynstudentsociety@gmail.com

Organization Website: OGSS Facebook

Type: Professional

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: 

The purpose of this organization is to get different schools of UTMB together who share the interest in working in the field of oncology in the future. Our meetings consist of doctors, nurses, physical therapists, etc. who already work with oncology patients, telling us about their on the job experiences and answering our questions about how to get to where they are in their careers today.

Activities: Relay For Life, Castaway Cancer, MD Anderson And UTMB Blood Drives, Fundraisers with other clubs that are apart of the School of Nursing

Officer Board:

  • Faculty Advisor –Dr. Sandra Hatch, Radiation Oncology (shatch@utmb.edu)

Organization Email: 
oig.utmb@gmail.com
Organization Website: Oncology Interest Group Facebook Page

Type: Social, Professional

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: Pan-African Student Society strives to build a network of students across the African diaspora and serve as a source to educate other students about our culture. 

Activities: Afrofest, Auction, Crushgram, Dinner w/ Faculty Advisor

Officer Board:

Organization Email: pass2k1718@outlook.com

Type: Service, Professional

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: The Pediatric Student Association is a student organization that seeks to provide educational and service opportunities to medical students and other students in health professions who are interested in pediatrics. In addition, the Pediatric Student Association strives to provide an opportunity for professional interaction between pediatric faculty and students at UTMB.

Activities: Volunteering in pediatric unit, pediatric resident mentors, interprofessional panel

Officer Board:

Organization Email: utmbpsa@gmail.com

Type: Professional

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: To raise awareness and stimulate interest in the specialty of physical medicine and rehabilitation; To connect students with doctors in physiatry; To provide opportunities for workshops and volunteerism; To ultimately increase exposure to this rapidly growing field of medicine.

Activities: Monthly meetings hosting professionals in the field, workshops involving activities that PM&R physicians would perform, and volunteer opportunities related to physiatry

Officer Board:

Organization Email: pmrsig.utmb@gmail.com
Organization Website: PM&R SIG Facebook

Type: Service, Professional

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) at UTMB aims to create a culture of humanitarian concern and awareness in the medical community. Through investigation and dialogue, this organization hopes to engage future physicians in the intersection between health and human rights from both a local and global perspective.

Activities: Educational Forums/Speaker Series and Community Service

Officer Board:

  • Faculty Advisor – Dr. Arlene Macdonald, The Institute for the Medical Humanities (almacdon@utmb.edu)
  • Faculty Advisor – Dr. Hani Serag, Pediatrics (haserag@utmb.edu)

Organization Email: PHRatUTMB@gmail.com

Type: Professional

Membership: University

Mission Statement: 

The purpose of the organization is to promote a peer-reviewed literature-based discussion of potential health benefits and detriments of a whole foods, plant-based diet among the UTMB community.  We aim to achieve this through critical analysis of the existing body of knowledge, hosting talks by scientists and physicians recognized in the field, and raising awareness of the effects of diet on initiation and progression of chronic diseases, as well as exacerbation of existing conditions.  

Activities: 

  • Critical analysis and presentation of peer-reviewed literature regarding health effects of various diets with an emphasis on whole foods, plant-based diet:
    1. Proving the overview of the current nutritional guidelines and historical context for currently accepted and previously rejected nutritional guidelines.
    2. Keeping members informed on the latest research pertinent to the whole foods, plant-based diet.
  • Hosting talks by distinguished scientists and physicians in the field, while facilitating open discussion of the topic.

Officer Board:

  • Faculty Advisor – Owen Bryan Holland, Internal Medicine - Division of Endocrinology (obhollan@utmb.edu)

Organization Email: plantpowereddialogues@gmail.com

Type: Sport

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: The Powerlifting Student Association at UTMB is an educational and non-profit organization meant to teach and enhance man and woman of mankind’s primal state of physical dominance, ensure physical and mental wellness, and form camaraderie.

Activities: Get-togethers, tutorials, socialize

Officer Board:

Organization Email: psautmb@gmail.com

Organization Website: Powerlifting Student Association Facebook

Type: Service

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: We aim to understand public health issues in communities and how we can address them as future physicians. We plan to engage the community through service opportunities and teach those that are interested in the principles of Public Health!

Activities: 

1) Educating current UTMB students about the principles of and their roles in the realm of public health.

2) Carrying out public health-oriented projects to benefit members of the Galveston community.

Officer Board:

Organization Email: pho.utmb@gmail.com

Organization Website: PHO Facebook

Type: Sport

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: To provide a fun, safe, stress-free environment for UTMB students and faculty to come together and play the sport of racquetball while promoting social interactions and friendly competition.

Activities: 
-Tutorials of how to play racquetball to promote new members
-Weekly games against members of similar skill level
-Annual Racquetball tournament
-Season games and playoffs
-Will offer volunteer events to promote helping community

Officer Board:


Organization Email: UTMBRacquetball@gmail.com

Type: Professional     

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: The Right to Life Advocates will serve to unite and support all U.T.M.B. students, faculty, and staff, regardless of religious or political differences, in activities that promote and defend the sanctity of all innocent human life and the inalienable human right to live.

Activities: Hosting luncheon meetings with invited guest speakers + hosting fundraisers for local-area pregnancy centers + engaging students in dialogue about pro-life issues and ethical dilemmas related to defending the sanctity of life.

Officer Board:

  • Faculty Advisor – Patrick Roughneen, Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery (ptroughn@utmb.edu)

 

Organization Email: right2lifeadvo@gmail.com

Organization Website: Right to Life Advocates Facebook

Type: Sport, Social

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: Our purpose is to provide education in and encourage the sport of sailing in both a competitive and non-competitive manner, to provide education in water safety measures as well as diagnosis and treatment of illnesses and injuries specific to the marine environment, to provide opportunities for instruction in the sport of sailing, to promote discussion of the sport of sailing.

Activities: Monthly sails, relevant lectures on tropical medicine, volunteering with sites such as Sea Scouts and beach cleanups, and potential to compete in races.

Officer Board:

Organization Email: sailclubutmb@gmail.com

Organization Website: Sail Club Facebook

Type: Professional

Membership: University- Wide

Mission Statement: The Society is an educational association, whose objectives are to provide education in the practices of emergency room staff, to encourage interest and excitement for the emergency care of patients to promote mentorship and camaraderie between students at UTMB, to enrich the educational experience of students through hands-on experiences and interactive lectures and to participate in emergency simulation competitions as they arise in order to promote professionalism and team-building skills among members.

Activities: Regular meetings, skills workshops, simulation competitions, etc

Officer Board:

Organization Email: simsocietyutmb@gmail.com

Organization Website: Simulation Society Facebook

Type: Professional, Service

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: The purpose of the Society for Neuroscience Galveston Chapter shall be for educational and scientific purposes. A) to advance the understanding of nervous system, including the part the nervous system plays in determining behavior, by bringing together scientists of various backgrounds and by facilitating the integration of research directed at all levels of biological organization; B) to promote education in the neurosciences; and C) to inform the general public of the results and implications of current research in this area.

Activities: Brain Fair each semester. Local community presentations and events, educational events in Shriner's Hospital.

Officer Board:

Organization Email: sfngalveston@gmail.com
Organization Website: sfngalveston.org

Type: Cultural, Social, Service

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: To provide all students, regardless of their backgrounds, the opportunity to learn and participate in events centered around South Asian culture. In addition, we hope to connect students and members from different schools and specializations to form connections and strengthen healthcare delivery.

Activities: Holding socials, celebrating major cultural events throughout the semester, and informing members about cultural events going on in the Houston/Galveston area. We will also be partnering with similar groups from Baylor College of Medicine and McGovern Medical School.

Officer Board:

Type: Professional

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: SMI is an educational student organization with the goal of providing educational opportunities to learn more about Sports Medicine practice and volunteer opportunities at athletic events within the community.

Activities: Monthly meetings with speakers in the field, volunteer opportunities at athletic events, and various workshops for student members.

Officer Board:

Organization Email: amwautmb@gmail.com
Organization Website: SMI Facebook

Type: Service

Membership:  University-Wide

Mission Statement: St. Vincent’s Student Clinic is a free student-run clinic that provides quality medical care to those in the Galveston community who lack medical benefits and have no other means. In partnership with St. Vincent's House and the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB), we offer free primary and specialty care to those who might otherwise go without treatment. We depend on student volunteers to help our clinic run.

Activities: Running and maintaining a free clinic that serves under and uninsured adults in Galveston County and the surrounding areas

Officer Board:

Organization Email: support@stvsc.org
Organization Website: stvsc.org

Type: Service

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: Student Advocates for Mental Health is an inter-professional, inter-specialty group which seeks to promote volunteer service to communities suffering from mental illness within the Galveston and Houston area.

Activities: Meetings among members and officers, Community service/volunteer work in Galveston and Houston

Officer Board:

Type: Professional

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: The purpose of this organization is to share the principals of healing with Interprofessional students studying at UTMB.

Activities: Presentations on topic related to healing.

Officer Board:

Type: Professional

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: A national organization that provides opportunities to participate in clinical, research, and service activities in neurology and increases the medical student's neurologic knowledge.

Activities: Monthly speakers from the field of neurology at a lunch meeting.

Officer Board:

Organization Website: SIGN Facebook

Type: Professional

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: The Student Psychiatry Organization at UTMB is an interest group for students looking to find out what the field of psychiatry is about. We welcome all students who want to establish connections with practicing and future psychiatrists, give back to the community through service, and discuss the current state psychiatry is in and what the future holds with their fellow peers.

Activities: 
Meetings - Typically every other month for members to learn about the different aspects of psychiatry from various practicing psychiatrists

Community Service events - events that typically involve mental health awareness

Psych Movie Nights - mostly for recreational purposes; usually every other month, students will watch a movie along with practicing psychiatrists and break down the myths of mental health as shown by these movies

Officer Board:

  • Faculty Advisor – Cindy Wiggs, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences (cwigg@utmb.edu)

Organization Website: SPO Facebook


Type: Professional, Service

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: Students for Integrative Medicine creates and maintains an interdisciplinary forum that will increase the opportunity for individuals to learn, experience and feel supported in the exploration of integrative medicine.

Activities: Meetings and Community Service Projects

Officer Board:

Type: Service

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: The purpose of SIGHT is to encourage students to have a global mindset and work to address international humanitarian issues.

Activities: Activities will include fundraisers, hosting speakers and conferences.

Officer Board:

  • Faculty Advisor – Premal Patel, General Internal Medicine (pgpatel@utmb.edu)

Organization Website: SIGHT Facebook


Type: Service

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: Students Serving Shriners is an educational organization developed to serve the patients and families being treated at Shriners Burn Hospital for Children and to foster a sense of compassion and dedication between UTMB students. It is an opportunity to serve the community while providing students the opportunity to work together and mentor/guide each other on how to cope with emotional cases in a primarily Spanish speaking setting through projects and events.

Activities: Arts and crafts with the Shriners Burns Hospital for Children patients, movie nights with popcorn, and special holiday activities.

Officer Board:

Organization Email: studetnsservingshiners@gmail.com

Type: Service

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: Students Together for Service (STS) serves to promote and to facilitate the student service culture at UTMB while optimizing opportunities for students to put their service ideals into practice. In accordance with this purpose, STS participated and organized events that benefitted not only the UTMB student community but also the Galveston community.

Activities: School supply drives, voter registration drives, food drives, general meetings, health fair

Officer Board:

Organization Website: Students Together for Service Facebook

Type: Service

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: To educate and equip students and healthcare professionals with the knowledge and resources to recognize the signs of human trafficking in patients and how to offer victims support while raising community awareness about human trafficking.

Activities: Fundraisers, community outreach presentations at St. Vincent's and local clinics, global health symposium, van tours with Elijah Rising, movie screenings, etc.

Officer Board:

  • Faculty Advisor – Marci Contreras, Physician Assistant Studies (mrcontre@utmb.edu)

Organization Email: swatutmb@gmail.com

Organization Website: SWAT Facebook

Type: Service

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: Syncope Acapella Group strives to provide music for the Galveston community and the UTMB community by uplifting their spirits and drawing people to an experience of music.

Activities: Each year, we volunteer by singing for patients in the hospital, people in nursing homes, and students at multiple school-run events. We also express gratitude in the form of song to the families of those who have donated their bodies to science for our learning.

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Organization Email: 

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Type: Service

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: The Butterfly Project, through the University of Texas Medical Branch, practices interprofessional student care through volunteer efforts aimed towards the infant, pediatric, labor and delivery, antepartum, postpartum, and bereavement populations of UTMB and the Galveston community.

Activities: Volunteering at the UTMB Preemie Reunion in Fall, March of Dimes in Spring, and Ronald McDonald House throughout the year. Building Bereavement boxes to be donated to the ISCU to be given to families who have lost their infants.

Officer Board:

Organization Email: butterflyproject@gmail.com

Organization Website: The Butterfly Project Facebook

Type: Sport

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: The Ultimate Frisbee Club offers a stress free environment for students to play ultimate frisbee so that they can exercise and socialize with others that share similar interests.

Activities: Bi-weekly games

Officer Board:

Organization Email: utmbultimate@gmail.com

Organization Website: Ultimate Frisbee Club Facebook

Type: Professional

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: Promote awareness of vascular surgery and provide information about the specialty to medical students; Provide shadowing opportunities in Vascular surgery for a more “hands-on” experience; Host surgical skills events to allow students to acquire useful technical skills; Host Q/A’s sessions with faculty, residents, or senior medical students to permit addressing the concerns/questions that students might have.

Activities: Meetings, lectures, guest talks, workshops

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Type: Religious

Membership: University-Wide

Mission Statement: Willie T's is a ministry that serves students in the Galveston area. We are a mission of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas. We provide a 24/7 student center, and every Wednesday at 6pm we host a weekly student fellowship dinner!

Activities: Weekly fellowship dinners for students, Outreach projects and events to meet student needs

Officer Board:


Organization Email: 
wtecgalveston@gmail.com

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