TTUHSC Students to be Recognized at Basketball Game
WHAT: Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) students will be honored at the halftime Texas Tech basketball game.
WHEN: 3 p.m. Saturday (Jan. 25)
WHERE: United Spirit Arena, 1701 Indiana Ave.
EVENT: TTUHSC will have two students represented for excellence in academic performance and dedication to Texas Tech. These students represent the five component schools of TTUHSC which are committed to the mission of education, patient care and research. The outstanding students are:
School of Medicine: Marie Pfarr, Justin Berk
School of Nursing: Adrian Mulig, Jacob Kindler
School of Allied Health Sciences: Jenny Barton, Dalan Gore
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences: Akash Pandhare, Jill Wright
School of Pharmacy: Timmi Ickert, Alaric Nielson
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