Education


Teresa Lozano Long honored with National Humanities Medal

November 22, 2019

Austin philanthropist and UT Health San Antonio benefactor Teresa Lozano Long received the National Humanities Medal in a White House ceremony Nov. 21. President Trump presented the medal to Long and other supporters of the arts and education, along with recipients of the National Medal of Arts. Long and her husband, Joe R. Long, have […]



Long School of Medicine hosts graduate medical education course

November 20, 2019

The Long School of Medicine recently co-hosted a two-and-a-half-day course on competency-based medical education for health care educators.



UT Health San Antonio receives funding from the UT System to expand sites of care

November 14, 2019

While still in the early planning phase, this expansion will transform patient care in multiple sub-specialties with the critical integration of advanced medical research from San Antonio’s leading academic health organization.



Employee spotlight: New COO Andrea Marks sets strategy for growth

November 13, 2019

By Jennifer Meek Andrea Marks has spent her career managing money, but her most meaningful accomplishment doesn’t have any zeros at the end of it. She’s most proud of raising her two sons into strong-minded and independent young adults, traits she’s demonstrated herself as chief financial officer of UT Health San Antonio for nearly a […]


New interprofessional program educates grade school kids about diseases

November 12, 2019

The first project was teaching lessons about diabetes, cancer and Alzheimer’s at BASIS Primary School to 4th and 5th grade students.


Boeing grant to provide training in combat PTSD therapies

November 11, 2019

A grant from Boeing Co. will fund scholarships for 200 community mental health providers nationwide to receive low-cost training in the top treatments for military-related post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).