Carlos R. Escobar, Associate Vice President for Business Operations and Facilities has agreed to assume responsibility for UTMB’s Supply... read article »
April is Occupational Therapy Month, a time for practitioners, students and researchers to celebrate and showcase the importance of the profession.
Last month a cross-functional Lean team was formed to analyze the end-of-day balancing process for on-campus clinics. The objective was to align... read article »
Records Management — the department that oversees UTMB compliance with laws regarding which paper and electronic records to keep... read article »
About 90 percent of the debris from demolition of the Jennie Sealy Hospital and old Shriners building at the UTMB will be... read article »
With no fanfare at all, Ball High School and UTMB have been collaborating for two years on a program that may well be the only one... read article »
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Only TWO DAYS left to participate. Check out the latest blog and the new $100 naming opportunity along with employee testimonials... read article »
Employees of the UTMB RMCHP Dickinson and Texas City clinics and their families joined as one team to help raise money for the Bay Area Habitat for Humanity... read article »
Fifty-eight interdisciplinary UTMB students, staff, and faculty gathered for the “Elephant in the Room: Talking About Death,” a bereavement... read article »
UTMB commuters will have a new transit choice starting April 30 with the introduction of Island Connect, the first park-and-ride service between... read article »
Earth Day is a day designed to inspire awareness and appreciation for the environment. This year marks UTMB's 20th anniversary of celebrating Earth... read article »