More than 440 people helped raise $25,000 for student scholarships through their particiation in the 5th annual School of Health Professions FunD Run.

Homecoming 2017 will honor the classes of 1967 and celebrate the classes of 1972, 1977, 1982, 1987, 1992, 1997, 2002 and 2007. Visit our Homecoming Events page for details.

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With its $50 million goal, Innovations in Mind envisions a dymanic future for health care. Click on menu above to learn more.

On Friday, March 17 our senior medical students learned where they will continue their training. Congratulations to the Class of 2017.

Construction of a landmark Health Education Center where students can train in settings that mimic the realities of patient care is the center of the new Innovations in Mind Initiative.

UTMB is a Leader in Student Diversity

In 2015, UTMB's School of Medicine led the nation in the total number of underrepresented minority graduates, according to information from the National Center for Education Statistics.

Diversity as a core value extends beyond the medical school.

In 2015, UTMB ranked in the top 10 out of 98 comparable institutions for percentage of bachelor's degrees awarded to Hispanic students, as well as the top 10 out of 111 for master's degrees awarded to Hispanic students.

The university also awarded 11 percent -- above the 7 percent average -- of its bachelor's degrees to African-American students in 2015.



Faculty Members Inspire Giving

Associate dean in the School of Medicine, Dr. Michael Ainsworth (SOM '81) and wife Dr. Karen Szauter, medical director of the Office of Clinical Simulation enjoy talking about their work and the passion they share for giving back to UTMB.

Their latest philanthropic effort includes support for the construction of the new Health Education Center which is part of the university's Innovations in Mind initiative.

Both physicians agree that support of the initiative is a great way to get involved and invest in the growth and continued success of the institution and its mission.

Learn more about their commitment.



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