The University of Tennessee Health Science Center will graduate 672 doctors, dentists and other health care professionals on May 30; six of every 10 will be women… The commencement ceremony will be held at 1:30 p.m. May 30 at the FedExForum in Downtown Memphis. It will be streamed live online at the website uthsc.edu/studentlife/graduation/decgraduation.php. For the… Read More
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Cmdr. Michael J. A. Service was named the 2014 Outstanding Alumnus of the College of Nursing at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center during the recent Nursing Alumni Weekend.
Madge Saba was named 2014 Most Supportive Alumna for the College of Nursing at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center during the recent Nursing Alumni Weekend.
For the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, which serves a community immersed in the latest technology, the admissions department developed a plan to better serve students through the use of digital interactive media. Prior to the fall semester in 2013, Director of Admissions William Carter was tasked with creating a full-service student health center from… Read More
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center has announced that an associated dean at the College of Medicine is stepping down, the College of Nursing honored two alumni and a grant supporting hypertension research.
Michelle Nixon, director of alumni programs at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, has been honored with the Imhotep Award from UTHSC’s Student Government Association Executive Council. Nixon, who joined UTHSC in 2012, works in the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs and has supported a number of student initiatives that give back to the… Read More
On April 22, Michelle Nixon received the IMHOTEP Award during the Student Government Association Executive Council (SGAEC) banquet at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. SGAEC President Ben Maddox presented the award, which acknowledges outstanding service to UTHSC students.
Andrew Kang, professor in the Division of Connective Tissue Diseases in the College of Medicine at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, has received a $1.65 million grant to study rheumatoid arthritis.