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Namecoach, a tool long used at UTHSC for commencement, white coat ceremonies, and course rosters, is now available on the campus directory. After searching for someone, if they have provided their name pronunciation, a small triangular button will appear to the right of their name. Selecting that button will allow you to hear that person’s recording.
If you would like to make a recording of your name, follow the instructions on the campus directory “Change Information” page.
This is a 6 month research study on the effect of diet on diabetes health which may help your diabetes to go into remission.
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
Join the Hamilton Eye Institute Lions Club for the seventh annual Brad Baker Honorary Race for Sight 5K! Funds raised from this race go toward providing eye care for those less fortunate in the Mid-South region and abroad. Don’t feel like running? You can also be a virtual/spirit runner! Register here: https://tinyurl.com/RaceforSight24
ITS will be hosting six listening sessions next week for researchers to share their research goals and technology challenges. Sessions will be targeted to specific topics, and attendance will be limited to 30 participants per session to allow for robust conversation. Registration is required to attend.
Coffee with a Cop brings police officers and the people they serve together over coffee to discuss issues and learn more about each other. There will be no speeches or specific topics, just informal conversations about what matters to students.