More than 1,900 historic specimens are in danger of deterioration.  Adopt your specimen today!  Call 409-772-5714 for information.
More than 1,900 historic specimens are in danger of deterioration. Adopt your specimen today! Call 409-772-5714 for information.

 

 

Results of Our First #givingtuesdayforUTMB

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We are very pleased and most grateful to report that UTMB's inaugural Giving Tuesday appeal raised more than $11,000 in support of the new UTMB 1891 Fund!

Proceeds from this fund will be used to promote and accelerate innovaioins in education, biomedical research and quality patient care.

I want to extend my personal thanks to those who contributed to our new 1891 Fund. Certainly, our beloved institution's success and growth are contingent upong the generosity of alumni and friends like you.

We look forward to expanding this annual giving initiative in future years, hoping that you will continue to be an important part of it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WANTED: School of Medicine Alumni to Network with Students

 


The School of Medicine and the School of Medicine Alumni Association will co-host a dinner event in Houston 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 in January to network with our students?

The dinner, proudly sponsored by the School of Medicine Alumni Association, will be held at 6:00 PM on Wednesday, January 29 at the DoubleTree Hotel - Houston Hobby Airport, 8181 Airport Boulevard.

For more information or to volunteer, call Kim Barfield at 409-772-5147 or email alumni@utmb.edu

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