UT Health San Antonio offers summer program for people with aphasia

April 1, 2022

Although stroke is the most common cause, aphasia can also occur due to traumatic brain injury or neurodegenerative disorders. The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at UT Health San Antonio is hosting a summer program to help people with aphasia improve their communication skills.

Speech-language pathology is the best treatment for aphasia.

From the the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

March 29, 2022

Dear Students, Residents, Fellows, Trainees, Faculty and Staff, We are pleased that the recently completed comprehensive campus climate survey characterized UT Health San Antonio as a welcoming environment for all. As we analyze the survey in more detail, we want to reiterate UT Health San Antonio’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, ensuring every member […]

U.S. News and World Report ranks the Long School of Medicine in the top 50

March 29, 2022

The Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine is ranked in the top 50 medical schools in the nation by U.S. News and World Report’s list of best graduate schools for 2023. In the category of medical schools training primary care physicians, the Long School of Medicine was ranked 36th, up from 46th […]

Entrance to the Long School of Medicine.

University website redesign now in progress

March 23, 2022

The upgrade of the university’s Drupal websites, one of the main UT Health San Antonio web platforms, has now begun, transitioning web pages to a more modern design system with more extensive functionality. The changes can be viewed now at www.uthscsa.edu, and will continue across top-level university web pages throughout the calendar year. Specific groups […]

How UT Health San Antonio is planning for significant growth

March 21, 2022

UT Health San Antonio is currently revising and updating its strategic plan, which serves to integrate the university’s existing strategic initiatives with new strategies based on changes to our industry environment, increasing demands of an academic health science center and burgeoning health needs of a growing and increasingly diverse population that our university serves. There are multiple work groups […]

Message from the COO: COVID-19 numbers down, campus safety protocols updated

March 14, 2022

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has lowered its COVID-19 community level risk matrix for Bexar County to “Low.” Based on this information, UT Health San Antonio is adjusting campus safety guidelines to allow for the option to wear masks at any time effective March 14.