The Memphis Medical District Collaborative is excited to announce a new collaboration with The Works, Inc. to support the creation of workforce affordable housing in and around the Medical District. The new housing opportunities will prioritize Medical District employees in the application process. The first home on the market is located at 1010 Forest in… Read More
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You are invited to the UTHSC Employee Winter Gathering to enjoy an afternoon of food, fun, and music! Friday, December 16 1:00 – 4:00 pm Mooney Library and Nash Atrium Spread the Joy! Donate a Toy! Help us spread joy this holiday season to underprivileged children by donating an unwrapped toy during the annual UTHSC Campus Toy Drive,… Read More
Are you prepared with the knowledge and tools that you’ll need to comply? If you’re still feeling unsure, join us Dec. 14 at 11:30 AM central for “The New NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy—In a Nutshell.”
Heather A. Lawson PhD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Genetics at Washington University in St. Louis will present a virtual seminar entitled “Parent-of-origin Effects Propagate through Networks to Shape Metabolic Traits” Today, December 9, 2022 at 12:30pm. Please send an email to Tamara Brock (email@example.com) if you are interested in the Zoom seminar.
Help us spread joy this holiday season to underprivileged children by donating an unwrapped toy during the annual UTHSC Campus Toy Drive, from Thursday, December 1, through Friday, December 16. Collection boxes will be placed in the Madison Plaza lobby and GEB lobby. Monetary donations can be securely made online at giving.uthsc.edu/toydrive. Make a Monetary Donation All donations… Read More
Gift cards are for gifts. Do not use a gift card to pay anyone including the IRS or Social Security, tech support, a family member in trouble (ransom or to avoid arrest or deportation), a member of the military, or to keep your utilities on. Also, do not buy gift cards as a favor for someone on campus. It’s a SCAM!
As we approach the holiday season, we must remain mindful that not everyone shares the spirit of this season of joy and giving. Porch Pirates and Parking Lot Predators are heavy at work at being the Grinch to steal your season of joy. So, I encourage you to have packages delivered where someone is present to receive them, and to make certain you “Stow It, Don’t Show it,” with all shopping items by locking them away in the trunk of your vehicle. Below are some additional safety tips for this season.
Hide your valuables (Cell phones, purses, laptops, briefcases, etc.)
To prevent identity theft, do not leave wallets, personal documents such as checks, credit cards, social security cards, or driver’s license inside your vehicle
Lock your car doors
Do not leave children in cars
Do not leave guns in cars (Criminals use them to commit other crimes to include homicides)
Use anti-burglary fixes like car alarms, GPS anti-theft devices
Please be safe, be conscious of your surroundings, and enjoy your family and friends during this Wonderful Holiday Season.
Chief Anthony Berryhill
UTHSC Campus Police