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May 2012 Archive

Regents Give the Green Light on Community Health Center Expansion

A national award of $5 million will more than double the size of the Larry Combest Community Health Wellness Center.

El Paso Steps Closer to Freestanding Health Sciences University

With support from the Board of Regents and the El Paso community, a new university will soon join the Texas Tech University System.

Longtime Dean Leaves Big Shoes to Fill

Since 1998, Paul Brooke Jr., Ph.D., has seen the School of Allied Health Sciences through unparalleled growth and success.

Building a Highway to Health Care Education

A renewed partnership between the School of Nursing and Cisco College will allow nurse aides to further their education in Abilene.

No Tassel Left Unturned at Commencement

Hundreds of students were welcomed into the health care profession at the annual ceremony.

Nursing Names the Year's Standouts

Kathryn Sridaromont, R.N., MSN, and Collin Naugher were selected by their peers for their commitment to the nursing profession and patient care.

Professorship Honors a Living Legend

Before the School of Medicine had its own place to call home, Bernell Dalley was making an impact on future health care providers.

Medicine Faculty Celebrated for Dedication and Professionalism

Nearly 200 educators in the School of Medicine were honored at this year's Dean's Faculty Awards.

Advocating, Learning, Caring: A Tribute to Our Nurses

In honor of National Nurses Week, we asked our nurses to give us the lowdown on their profession. They answered.

The Students Have Spoken: New Leaders Announced

Outstanding organizations, faculty and graduating seniors were honored at the Student Government Association's annual banquet.