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2018 Benefits & Health Fair

July 6, 2018

Choose from two sessions, one July 10 in Holly foyer and one July 12 at the MARC, to learn about benefits options and prepare for annual enrollment, which takes place from July 15 to July 31. Annual enrollment gives you the opportunity to choose the be …


Say It Ain’t Soy to close temporarily

July 3, 2018

Say It Ain’t Soy, the food service operation in the Lecture Hall Commons, will be closed for approximately 60 days this summer.



UT Health family celebrates with food and fun

July 3, 2018

Thousands of UT Health San Antonio faculty, staff, residents and students celebrated on a hot Tuesday at an old-fashioned picnic in the courtyard adjacent to Holly Auditorium.



UT Health San Antonio Picnic

July 2, 2018

Join your friends and colleagues for barbecue, a cake walk, music and fun for all!


Bettering the lives of others with a smile

July 2, 2018

Michael Contreras has a word of advice for anyone who’ll listen: “A smile a day keeps the frowns away.” Read the full story here


In memoriam: Robert B. Price

July 2, 2018

Robert B. Price, B.B.A, M.B.A., executive vice president for administration and business affairs at UT Health San Antonio for more than 30 years, died June 28 in San Antonio.


Nominations sought for School of Nursing’s Visionary Leader Award

June 29, 2018

Nominees may be living or deceased and need not be alumni of UT Health San Antonio.


Dr. Cigarroa elected chairman of Ford Foundation board

June 28, 2018

The foundation, based in New York, is an independent, nonprofit grant-making organization.


Newsweek: Can CRISPR edit out autism? These scientists think so

June 28, 2018

Scientists at UT Health Science Center San Antonio have figured how to use a form of the powerful gene-editing tool CRISPR to erase genetic traits normally associated with autism.



National HIV Testing Day: Know your status

June 26, 2018

While advancements have been made in treating HIV, some statistics are cause for concern. One in seven people in the United States is infected with HIV and is unaware they have the disease. One-third of new cases impact those between 15-24 years of age …


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