On Campus


UT Health San Antonio community urged to conserve energy

September 9, 2019
 

High summer temperatures and increased power usage means the Texas power grid has a decreased power reserve available for the entire state, increasing the probability of rolling blackouts.

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CMHE to host lecture on gene editing by leading ethicist

September 9, 2019
 

The two-day event Sept. 23-24 will feature Julian Savulescu, Ph.D., who has held the Uehiro Chair in Practical Ethics at the University of Oxford since 2002.

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SECC breakfast kicks off campaign

September 5, 2019
 

The State Employee Charitable Campaign’s breakfast for UT Health San Antonio managers was held Sept. 4. Speakers included Stuart Pa rker, CEO of USAA and chair of the United Way campaign, and Taylor Eighmy, Ph.D., president of UTSA. Barbara Taylor, M.D., associate professor of medicine (infectious diseases), spoke of her volunteerism with refugees and how […]

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In memoriam: Albert E. Sanders, M.D.

September 5, 2019
 

Albert E. Sanders, M.D., an orthopaedic surgeon and founding faculty member at what is now UT Health San Antonio, died in San Antonio Sept. 2. He was 86. A Fort Worth native, Dr. Sanders earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, in 1954, and his medical degree from the […]

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Women in Medicine Month

September 4, 2019
 

September is Women in Medicine Month. Read about the achievements and talents of some of UT Health San Antonio’s women faculty in the first in a series of newsletters. View the newsletter

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State Employee Charitable Campaign begins Sept. 3

September 3, 2019
 

The SECC allows employees to provide financial support to hundreds of charities of our choice that assist and empower those who are struggling during a difficult time in their life. Other agencies support animal causes, the arts, global assistance and more.

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