UTMB students led the way in fundraising for the new Health Education Center by raising $14,876. Student Campaign Co-chairs presented the check to UTMB President Dr. David L. Callender on Feb. 2.

Friday, March 3 is the deadline for School of Nursing and School of Health Professions 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award nominations.

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The School of Medicine Alumni Association recently purchased study guides and materials to prepare all second-year medical students for the upcoming USMLE Step 1 exam.

Get your running shoes ready for the 2017 School of Health Professions fifth-annual Causeway FunDRun. Call 409.772.3006 for information.


Construction of a landmark Health Education Center where students can train in settings that mimic the realities of patient care is the center of the new Innovations in Mind Initiative.

UTMB School of Nursing Ranked Among Top Graduate Schools


The UTMB School of Nursing online graduate program was ranked #5 in the nation based on feedback from nursing students who attended the school.

School ratings included campus safety, career advising, quality of instruction, student diversity, networking opportunities, student financial services and satisfaction with degree.

The 2017 Top Graduate Schools represent colleges and programs all across the nation and are based completely on student feedback.



Innovations in Mind Faculty and Staff Campaign Begins


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UTMB kicked off the Faculty and Staff campaign for the Innovations in Mind initiative at the Feb. 2 Town Hall Meeting.

Employees are being invited to follow in the footsteps of UTMB students to help raise funds for four main goals: a new Health Education Center on campus, faculty endowments, student scholarships and neurodegenerative disorders research.

The Faculty and Staff campaign is slated to run through the end of March.

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