September 21, 2010

Shining Stars

Ashley Purgason, a UTMB student pursuing her doctorate in preventive medicine and community health, was appointed by Gov. Rick Perry as a student... read article »

UTMB Police: Movers and shakers

After nearly 40 years in the same location in the Administration Building, the UTMB Police Department recently relocated to the second floor of... read article »

Lemonade Day: Build a stand, spark a dream

Young entrepreneur, Diego Coronel, 6, of Bolivia, a patient at Shriners Hospital for Children, helped kick off National Lemonade Day on Friday,... read article »

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month

Each May, audiologists and speech language pathologists join together to promote the importance of communication in children and adults. Communication... read article »

 May 7, 2012

Child’s life transformed through technology

When 5-year-old Evan Sebesta donned his new baseball cap, his world and the world of those who love him was forever changed. Not in the... read article »

Baby girl defies the odds at UTMB

When Sarah Blackwell had her second sonogram at 20 weeks, her ultrasonographer Maxine Aguilar, spotted a tiny irregularity — a... read article »

Hands and Feet on a medical mission

No one would ever suggest a repeat of the terrible trials Hurricane Ike brought to the island, people of faith consistently... read article »



Earth Day: Celebrating 20 years

UTMB celebrates 20 years of Earth Day on campus with great food, give-a-ways, a recycled fashion show, entertainment and much more!



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New Standards of Conduct Guide

UTMB’s vision is bold: “We work together to work wonders as we define the future of health care and strive to be the best in all of our... read article »

School of Nursing celebrates its largest graduating class

UTMB School of Nursing recently graduated its largest class. The school awarded 508 degrees — 371 bachelor of science in nursing degrees... read article »

Free fares in May for Park-and-Ride

New park-and-ride commute service between Galveston and the Clear Lake-League City area kicked off Monday, April 30, with a month of free fares for... read article »

Building a better UTMB

Scaffolding is being placed around John Sealy Hospital so crews can repair exterior masonry near the 11th and 12th floors. Access to the hospital will... read article »

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