Graduate School Students Volunteer For The Battered Women’s Shelter

Jodie Gray writes about the Graduate Student Association's fundraiser for the Battered Women's Shelter of San Antonio.
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Graduate Student Association’s Chili Well-Loved At the Chili Cook-Off

Kristen Malloy writes about the 2015 SGA Chili Cook-off and the graduate team's well-received recipes.
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Finding Career And Family Balance In A Naturally Imbalanced Situation

Is there such a thing as career and family balance for scientists? Dr. Bridget Ford explains how she balances a family, a bustling postdoctoral fellowship, and an adjunct position at St. Mary's University.
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Science Technology Investor Reception: Meeting Investors & Entrepreneurs

Graduate student Rafael Veraza writes about his experience at the Science Technology Investor Reception where he was able to get a small sample of what UTHSCSA is producing in terms of novel inventions.
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Build For Better: GSBS Students Volunteer at Habitat For Humanity

The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio partnered with Habitat For Humanity on Oct. 17 to build a local home.
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GSBS Beyond the Bench: Connecting Single Molecules, The Simpsons, and The Nobel Prize

GSBS Ambassador Brian Stoveken speaks about the profound impact that Nobel Prize winner Dr. William E. Moerner had on The Simpsons, microscopy, and science.
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Life As An International Postdoc: Julien Matricon

Julien Matricon, a postdoc from France discusses his experience as an international postdoc at UT Health Science Center in San Antonio.
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Garden Health Interest Group Unites All Five Schools

The UT Health Science Center Garden Health Interest Group has created a healing and meditation garden in front of the school. The group hopes to expand and create a vegetable garden in the local San Antonio area.
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