September 21, 2010

Physical therapy students celebrate milestone

UTMB's Department of Physical Therapy in the School of Health Professions recently celebrated the entry of their second-year students into their... read article »
 

School of Nursing begins new year

Pamela G. Watson, dean of UTMB's School of Nursing, welcomed students, faculty and friends during the school's academic year opening exercises held at... read article »
 

2010 John P. McGovern Professionalism essay award winner

UTMB medical student HyoJeong Han won the 2010 John P. McGovern Professionalism Essay Award for her essay “Ethics and Spirituality Part of... read article »

 September 3, 2010

UTMB welcomes students

UTMB's Welcome Weekend was held recently at the Moody Gardens Convention Center to welcome 2010 students and their... read article »

Class of 2014 receives white coats

More than 200 members of UTMB's incoming class of medical students recently received their white coats in a ceremony that formally... read article »

Party on the plaza

Old Red Plaza, usually noted for its noble, picturesque qualities, was recently transformed into a rock-climbing, bull-riding and... read article »

 





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Vince Loffredo, UTMB's associate vice president of Student Services and ombudsman, might not be a true superhero, but when it comes to issues involving UTMB students he is suited-up and ready for anything that comes his way. Impact recently spent some time with Vince to find out more about the... more »

UTMB gets a new look

The Health Affairs Committee of the UT Board of Regents recently approved UTMB’s new logo and theme line. This marks a momentous first step in... read article »

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