Make plans to join us Janaury 29th for the OLC webinar (eCATS: Electronic Classroom Assessment Techniques “Taking the temperature of learning in the online classroom) and check out other upcoming professional development opportunities.
Ed Tech is pleased to announce that three new Adobe classes will be offered this Spring:
Introduction to Photoshop
Introduction to Acrobat Pro
Acrobat Pro: Forms
Please join us Thursday, January 15 for our first 3rd Thursday of the new year. Dr. Bill Cushman will discuss “Current Guidelines in Hypertension Control–the Impact of JNC 8.” As usual, we will meet in Rm 400, 66 N Pauline at noon.
A personal trainer will be available in the Weight and Cardio Room in the SAC to any questions you may have TODAY at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m..
The Neuroscience Institute Spring Seminar Series presents tomorrow:
Martin J. Gallagher, M.D., Ph.D.
Department of Neurology
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Title: “Pathophysiology of Genetic Epilepsies”
Tuesday, January 13
Link Auditorium – 12PM
All are welcome to attend
The Department of Clinical Pharmacy invites you to the Retirement Reception for Dr. David Solomon on Wednesday, January 14, 2015 from 3:00pm – 5:00pm. Please join us in the Lobby of the Pharmacy Building as we celebrate his 24 years of dedicated service in the College of Pharmacy and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.
Recently, there has been substantial media coverage of the long-planned UTHSC Nashville expansion. This coverage has been driven by announcement of the accreditation of the College of Medicine/Saint Thomas Health Advanced Residency Programs in Surgery, Emergency Medicine, and Family Medicine, as well as the anticipated Ob/Gyn program approval and growth of our long-standing Internal Medicine program in Nashville. In tandem with the media coverage, there has been editorial speculation about what the Nashville expansion means for the UTHSC home campus in Memphis.
Beginning Monday, January 12, 2015, demolition of the Fuert Building will begin to make way for the new Multi-Disciplinary Simulation and Health Education Building. This progress will require interruption to pedestrian traffic adjacent to the Fuert Building. The sidewalk will be inaccessible on the west side of Fuert along Dunlap and on the south side along Monroe. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause.