Publisher: Memphis Flyer


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Memphis Colleges Mostly Silent on Privatization Contract

Memphis Flyer

Following the premature signing of an outsourcing deal between the state of Tennessee and commercial real estate management company Jones Lang La Salle (JLL), higher education institutions in Memphis are remaining mostly silent on whether or not they are considering opting in to the grounds and facility maintenance management contract. So far, UTHSC is the… Read More


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Handguns Now on Memphis College Campuses

Memphis Flyer

Dozens of staffers with Memphis-area colleges and universities are now fully free to pack heat on campus without anyone ever knowing. State lawmakers gave full-time employees at state-run schools permission to carry a concealed handgun on campus this year with a bill Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam wouldn’t sign but allowed to become law. However, those… Read More


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Memphis Research Explores Effects of Mixing Caffeine and Alcohol

Memphis Flyer

Dopico [has] studied the effect of alcohol on the brain for the past 20 years and is a professor at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, where he’s also the chair of the Department of Pharmacology.


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The Urban Child Investment

Memphis Flyer

Most of TUCI’s external grants in 2013 were given to places like the University of Memphis, University of Tennessee Health Science Center [UTHSC], and the Neighborhood Christian Center.


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Good Jobs Lost

Memphis Flyer

But in 2006, University of Tennessee Health Science Center laid her off, and she’s struggled to get by ever since.


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UTHSC Gives Kids a Smile

Memphis Flyer

This is the fourth consecutive year UTHSC has participated in National Give Kids A Smile Day. . . Faculty, students and staff from the UTHSC’s College of Dentistry will provide more than 80 students at Memphis Academy of Health Sciences Middle School with free dental screenings, teeth cleaning and a range of other oral health services.


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UTHSC Professor Receives $500,000 Grant to Research Prostate Cancer

Memphis Flyer

A new research grant awarded to University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) professor Subhash Chauhan could help lessen the amount of men impacted by prostate cancer in the future. Chauhan, a professor in UTHSC’s department of pharmaceutical sciences, has received a three-year grant worth $562,500 to research new therapies for advanced-stage prostate cancer. The grant, provided by the U.S. Department… Read More


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Jim Bailey’s The End of Healing

Memphis Flyer

Bailey, professor of medicine at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center …