Hosting My Own Coronavirus Community Session

Earlier this week, I became aware that folks in my hometown of the Rio Grande Valley, Texas were not heeding the warnings of the CDC and WHO regarding the seriousness of the coronavirus situation. I was regularly checking social media in the hopes that I’d find distant...
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Eric Baeuerle’s Research Project Selected For Oral Presentation at American Diabetes Association’s Meeting

Eric Baeuerle’s abstract has been selected for an oral presentation at the American Diabetes Association 80th  Scientific Sessions in June. Baeuerle is a GS-4 student in the South Texas Medical Scientist Training Program and is currently working in the lab of Nicolas Musi, M.D...
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Let Us Know How Your Online Classes Are Going

Students in lecture-based courses received a survey on Wednesday, March 18. Thank you to all who have already completed it. If you have not completed the survey, we ask that you do so, as your feedback is invaluable at this time. Surveys were emailed to your student account. If...
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Traveling On The Verge Of A Pandemic: A Graduate Student’s Visit to D.C. For Hill Day

Japanese cherry trees were gifted to America by Japan as a sign of friendship in 1912. Planted around Washington D.C., these trees bloom and release their sweet scent for only a few weeks in the Spring. There is no better time to visit Washington D.C. than during this blossoming....
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