A rendering of the new Jennie Sealy Hospital scheduled to open in 2016.  To learn more visit workingwonders.utmb.edu.


To learn more about the UTMB School of Nursing's online Master of Science Program, call 409-772-8271.


Second from left, Director of the Center for Global Health Education, Dr. Matthew Dacso (SOM '06), and several medical students prepare for a presentation before the SOM Alumni Assocation Board of Trustees.


Join us March 27-28 at the San Luis Resort in Galveston for Homecoming 2015.Click here to register.

For more information on registering or sponsorships, call 409-772-3006.

Click here to join the group.

WANTED: School of Medicine Alumni to Network with Students


The School of Medicine and the School of Medicine Alumni Association will co-host two dinner events in Houston and Galveston to complement the Practice of Medicine (POM) course for third- and fourth-year medical students.

We need SOM alumni to partner with UTMB faculty to serve as dinner table hosts to interact with students and foster conversations about the various practices of medicine.

Will you consider giving a couple of hours of your time to network with our students?

Volunteers are needed for the following dinner events:

  • Wednesday, January 28 at Cullen's Restaurant, 11500 Space Center Boulevard, Houston
  • Thursday, January 29 at Hilton Galveston Island Resort, 5400 Seawall Boulevard, Galveston

Don't delay...volunteer today!

Call toll free 1-888-866-7111 or email alumni@utmb.edu

Nominations Being Accepted for GSBS Distinguished Alumnus Award


The GSBS Distinguished Alumnus Award is presented annually to a graduate who has achieved special recognition in his/her professional career.  Nominations are being accepted now through Thursday, March 5.

The 2015 GSBS Distinguished Alumnus Award will be presented to the recipient during commencement ceremonies on Friday, May 15, 2015 at Levin Hall.

 Click here to see the nomination criteria and a comprehensive list of all GSBS Distinguished Alumni.

 For more information please call the Angie Tropea at 409-772-2665.


Ways to Stay Connected

  1. Support Your School’s Needs
  2. Update Your Information
  3. Join our mailing list 
  4. Join the President’s Cabinet
  5. Take advantage of Alumni Discounts
  6. Support the Working Wonders Campaign
  7. Join UTMB Alumni on Facebook


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