Construction causes sidewalk closures at Mays Cancer Center

August 22, 2022

The sidewalk between the parking garage and the Mays Cancer Center will be temporarily closed to everyone due to construction starting Monday, Aug. 22. The work is estimated to be completed by Sept. 9, weather permitting.

Robotic kidney cancer surgery shows desirable outcomes in study

August 18, 2022

In a study featured on the cover of the Journal of Urology (Official Journal of the American Urological Association), researchers from the Mays Cancer Center and Department of Urology show that robotically removing cancer from the inferior vena cava is a safe and effective alternative to the standard open surgery for kidney cancer.

Picture of surgery

Possibility and Promise | Strategic Plan FY23-27

August 16, 2022

Possibility and Promise, the university’s five-year strategic plan for fiscal years 2023 to 2027, lays out an integrated set of choices that will uniquely position the university in its industry to create sustainable advantage and superior value in delivering our mission. The plan is in the final stages of review with expectations to launch in September 2022.

Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology program receives accreditation

August 11, 2022

  Four years after welcoming its first cohort of students, the Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology program has received its five-year accreditation. “This is a five-year milestone we reached, and this is going to turn into another chapter,” said Associate Professor and Department Chair Fang-Ling Lu, PhD, CCC-SLP. “We’re going to keep improving and […]

Speech-language pathology professor instructs master's students