Listserv: Student Listserv


Preventive Medicine’s Third Thursday Seminar

|

We all need to administer our workdays and stay on top of assignments and duties, but how much time did you spent last week on “just hanging on”? We talk about aspects in collaborations that suck away time and divert attention and will address some of these by looking into:
– The To-Do-List integration into MS Outlook incl. a life demonstration (action item from the Faculty Retreat).
– Using email Scheduling Polls to efficiently find meeting times (with demonstration).
– Reemphasize good email habits, especially the increasing importance of the Subject Header because this part is used for indexing services etc. that allow us to identify emails in our “system”.
– Sharing files for different purposes: experiences what works and how to trouble shoot problems.

If you want to participate in the life demonstrations, please bring your laptop with the required software already installed and functional, incl. Outlook and Microsoft to Do (available as Outlook integration and also apps for mobile devices). Find out more here:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/plan-and-connect-with-microsoft-to-do-f64171ef-f550-4151-bae3-492720f3f1aa
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/microsoft-to-do-list-app

PLEASE TURN TO OUR IT SUPPORT in case you need assistance in installing the software. (You do not need to install it before the seminar, only if you want to use it during the seminar – we will not have time during the seminar to install or trouble shoot basic installation tasks.)

This Third Thursday Seminar is in person only and will not be recorded as we share on screen live email accounts, calendars etc. when demonstrating software functionality.


May 16th is Global Accessibility Awareness Day!

|

May 16th is Global Accessibility Awareness Day! Look out for these upcoming events to learn and spread awareness!


VCR Finalist Presentation: Watch the Recording

|

Dr. Jessica Snowden, Vice Dean for Research at UAMS College of Medicine and finalist for the Vice Chancellor for Research position at UT Health Science Center, gave a presentation to our campuses this afternoon, sharing her thoughts on the opportunities and challenges facing academic research over the next five years.


REGISTER NOW: NIH Grants Process Webinar, “A Brief Walk-Through for Beginners”

|

Wednesday, May 15, 2024  

12:00 – 1:30 pm CT

1:00 – 2:30 pm ET

New to working with the NIH grants process? Make plans to join your peers as the NIH walks through essential aspects of applying for funding, including:


May 16th – Mindfulness Workshop

|

Learn strategies to implement mindfulness into your busy routine. Open to all.


Exploring the Matriculation and Resource Utilization of African Americans with Hidden Disabilities in the Health SciencesExploring the Matriculation and Resource Utilization of African Americans with Hidden Disabilities in the Health Sciences

|

Kimberly Williams is conducting a research study to explore the experiences of graduate students at UTHSC who have hidden disabilities using individual interviews. Specifically, the researcher is interested in examining the perceptions of having a hidden disability, what factors influence when and if you disclose your disability to peers, professors, or institutional officials, and if you utilize institutional resources or accommodations. Students may be African American or Non African American. All participants will be given a $25 Amazon gift card after completing the survey and interview.


Cybersecurity Tip of the Week – Smishing – Text Messaging Scams

|

Cybercriminals often use text messages to try and trick you into clicking on malicious links, a method known as “Smishing.” Recent reported scams include sending a fake text message that says a package is unable to be delivered to you. Read more about this and what signs to look for in identifying these types of scams.


Type 2 Diabetes Study Opportunity

|

This is a 6 month research study on the effect of diet on diabetes health which may help your diabetes to go into remission.