Please mark your calendars and join us in-person on Monday, February 26, 3:00pm in the Freeman Auditorium for a talk by Alvin H. Crawford, MD, FACS, Hon Causa GR, UC, Professor Emeritus, Pediatrics and Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine. Dr. Crawford is the first African-American to graduate from the UT Health Science Center’s College of Medicine.
Element Biosciences’ AVITI Sequencer, now at UTHSC’s Molecular Resource Center, leverages novel chemistry and instrumentation to deliver ultra high-quality sequencing at low cost
Sure, you can get to your SharePoint files and folders through your web browser, but wouldn’t it be so much easier to have it in your Windows Explorer or Mac Finder?
Join Dr. Alvin Crawford for a reception and book signing of his autobiography on Monday, February 26! Registration Deadline extended to February 20.
As the conversion to Ring Central continues, ITS has created a new practice GP-0004.03-Acceptable Use of UT Health Science Center Phones and Service (https://policy.tennessee.edu/procedure/gp-004-03-acceptable-use-of-uthsc-phones-and-service/) that establishes acceptable practices for using our phone system. Please review this document so you stay in compliance with UT policies. Read more for the link for this document as well as other Acceptable Use requirements.
Come Volunteer with your fellow UTHSC friends at the Midsouth Food Bank on four dates, including, March 20th, March 27th, April 17th, and April 24th. We will be volunteering from 1:00pm-3:00pm and transportation will be provided. Follow the link below to register today. Volunteers will work in our Volunteer HUB on different tasks, as needed. Our most common task will be sorting through donated food, checking for package quality, and ensuring the product is “in date”. Volunteers will then sort the product into different categories, then box and pallet those categories. https://uthsc.givepulse.com/event/432747-midsouth-foodbank-volunteer-opportunity
Please consider volunteering for an upcoming Poverty Simulation scheduled for Friday, February 23rd. Poverty Simulations are an educational experience for both volunteers and participants, and they truly take a village to accomplish. Help students learn about the challenges people in poverty face in their daily lives. No experience is required, and multiple roles are needed. Learn more and sign up to volunteer here: https://uthsc.givepulse.com/event/432703. (Log in with your UTHSC credentials.) Interested in having your class participate in a poverty simulation? Email Jess Guthrie to learn more about upcoming opportunities!