FREE WEIGHTS AND WOMEN, Wednesday, August 24th at 5:45pm in the weight room. Come meet Preston and learn the benefits of using Free Weights to work out with. Contact Suzanne at email@example.com to register for the class.
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CARDIO BELLYDANCING – demonstration class will be Wednesday, August 24th at 12noon in Studio 2. Come over and see how fun, exciting, and a good work out that Cardio Bellydancing can be. We will be looking for you to come over and add a little “shimmy and sweat” to your workout!
Contact Suzanne at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Dr. Nilkantha Sen, A & N Faculty Candidate will present a seminar on Wednesday, August 24, 2016 entitled “The role of hydrogen sulfide in brain pathology and vision impairment following TBI” Link Auditorium 12:30-1:30pm.
Come learn about Free Weights and the benefits to working out with them as opposed to the circuit machines. A personal trainer will meet with women to show them how to use free weights and get the best benefit from using them. Meet him Wednesday, August 24th at 5:45pm in the weight room. To register for this class, contact Suzanne at email@example.com.
The University of Tennessee Research Foundation is seeking an intern for the office of technology transfer at UTHSC.
The 2016 Biomedical Research Symposium will be held on October 7, 2016 from 8:00 a.m. – 5:15 p.m. in the Marlo Thomas Center GEC Auditorium, Room IA1011, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The topic will be “Epigenetics in Development and Cancer,” and the symposium will be hosted by Drs. Charles Mullighan and Martine Roussel.
It was a HUGE Success! The 2016 UTHSC American Diabetes Assocation StepOut Event garnished a record setting over $4,000 to kick-off TEAM UTHSC fundraising. In the Jail and Bail segment, employees rallied together in support of their supervisors, but enjoyed seeing them hauled off to the unexpected.
The Information Security Team in ITS is always on the lookout for weaknesses in our network. These may come in many forms, such as phishing attacks, viruses or unwanted software (also known as malware or ransomware). If this type of software is detected, swift action is taken.