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

 

 

Homecoming 2021:  October 22 & 23 in Galveston


HC 2021 

Since we were unable to celebrate Homecoming last year, this year we will honor the 50th year reunions of our 1970 and 1971 graduates. 

Additionally, a special luncheon will be held to recognize all golden anniversary guests and distinguished alumni on Friday, October 22.

This year we will also be celebrating the graduates of 1981, 1991, 1996, 2001, 2010, 2011 and welcoming back all graduates prior to 1970.

Several events are planned for the weekend including an alumni reception at Old Red, campus tours and reunion dinners. 

The San Luis Resort, Spa & Conference Center in Galveston will serve as Homecoming headquarters. 

The online event registration page will be available soon.

 

 



School of Medicine Alumni Association Annual Meeting, May 14




The School of Medicine Alumni Association Board of Trustees will hold their Annual Meeting on Friday, May 14 at 6 PM via Zoom.

The agenda for the May meeting will include: 

  • President's Report
  • Recognition of outgoing Board of Trustees
  • Presentation of the Slate of Officers and Trustees for 2021-2023
  • Bylaws Amendment
  • Installation of new President

This meeting is open to ALL School of Medicine alumni — not just members of the Alumni Association. 

Please RSVP below to obtain the ZOOM link for this virtual meeting.

RSVP here.

 

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