Science Judges Needed on December 4th, 2021

Dear Colleagues, I have two different judging opportunities.  Both events will be on the same day (December 4, 2021) and at the same time.  John Jay Science & Engineering Academy (SEA) will hold their fair in-person, and the Young Women’s Leadership Academy (YWLA) will be a...
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SGA Menstrual Hygiene Initiative Leads To The Addition of Menstrual Hygiene Product Dispensers On Campus

The UT Health San Antonio Student Government Association, comprising of student representatives from each of the five professional schools, is proud and delighted to inform that our campus offers menstrual hygiene products at no cost to students and other members of our...
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Fight Club Promotes Space To Discuss Controversial Topics In Science, Medicine, and Politics

Dear Graduate Students, As you may have experienced, current medical and graduate education do not provide sufficient space for students to engage in important, difficult conversations over science and policies. To address this need, we have partnered with the Center for Medical...
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Carlo Vanz Appointed As Enventure San Antonio Director

My name is Carlo Vanz, and I am a third year student in the Molecular Immunology & Microbiology of the Ph.D. in Integrated Biomedical Sciences at UT Health San Antonio. Like many of my peers, most of my time is spent doing experiments in lab and testing hypotheses on the...
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Associate and Copy Editors Wanted for the Journal of Emerging Investigators

Oftentimes, graduate students do not know where to look to gain experience in other science-related careers outside of benchwork and academia. For those interested in science communication or journal editing, the Journal of Emerging Investigators (JEI) is looking for you! JEI is...
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3rd Annual Gold Ribbon Evening in recognition of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Event on September 20

UT Health San Antonio Greehey Children’s Cancer Research Institute invites you to the 3rd Annual Gold Ribbon Evening in recognition of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, virtually September 20 at 6:00 p.m.   Hear first-hand from our researchers about the latest breakthroughs...
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Sharing Your Science: Resources from Houston’s ComSciCon 2021 Meeting (Part 2)

Read Part 1 Whether you are volunteering at science fairs or speaking with policymakers, creating engaging conversations on scientific topics is a key skill we as scientists can develop to connect with the community. To further improve these skills, the Houston chapter of...
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Sharing Your Science: Resources from Houston’s ComSciCon 2021 Meeting (Part 1)

This article is part of a series by Katie Lillis, here is Part One and here is Part Two. As scientists, sharing our work complements the experiments themselves. The ability to clearly communicate our findings and their implications is crucial for building a foundation of...
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