The Effect of the Tax Reform (and Iterations) on Graduate Students

Many of you have no doubt heard about the tax reform bill (H.R. 1) that Congress passed (November 16 and December 1 by the House of Representatives and Senate, respectively). You have probably also heard about the potential impact it may have on graduate students, effectively...
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Scientists, Lectures and Biotech, Oh My!

A firsthand account of the Society for Neuroscience conference from MaryAnn Hobbs.
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Neuroscience Students at the Society for Neuroscience Conference

Many of us in the neuroscience discipline here at UT Health San Antonio were fortunate enough to go to the Society for Neuroscience conference.
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Future Health Professionals Explore Their Options

Health Occupations Students of America affiliated high school students gathered on Nov. 11 at UT Health San Antonio for the annual Science Expo. The event is designed to give students a unique insight into health professions or research-based careers.
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A Tragedy of Our Own

"We're not just geographically close to this tragedy, we're emotionally close, We know people who were directly affected. Victims are being treated at the University Hospital. Being sad is okay." writes Jonathan Max Berman about the Sutherland Springs shooting.
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Volunteering at the Boys and Girls Clubs of San Antonio Fall STEM Fest

SACNAS and Wisdom volunteered at the Fall STEM Fest presented by the Boys and Girls Clubs of San Antonio.
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GSBS & SHP Students Volunteer at Community Garden

GSBS students volunteered with School of Health Professions students at the Interfaith Refugee Community Garden.
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The Road To Recovery after Hurricane Irma and Harvey

The water has started to drain, but the consequences of Harvey and Irma will continue. For many the road to recovery will take months or years.
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