TTUHSC Happenings

Nov. 3
Garrison Institute on Aging Seminar
Dietary Polyphenols in Bone and Obesity
Presenter: Leslie Shen, Ph.D., Department of Pathology
Noon to 1 p.m.
TTUHSC Academic Classroom Building 120

Nov. 4
Arts in Medicine: Hope and Healing Through the Arts
Noon
TTUHSC Academic Classroom Building 110
For more information, contact the Office of Global Health at globalhealth@ttuhsc.edu or (806) 743-2901.

Nov. 6
Third Annual Queue for the Cause
7 p.m.
Caprock Winery
The Queue for a Cause event helps to support local special needs athletes.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.ttuhsc.edu/student-affairs/organizations/.

Nov. 6
Office of Interprofessional Education Fall Symposium
Interprofessional Communication: The Heart of Patient Safety
For more information or to RSVP, email ipe@ttuhsc.edu.

Nov. 9
EDME (Early Dedication to Medical Education)
Keynote speaker will be Mimi Zumwalt, M.D.
6 – 7 p.m.
TTUHSC Academic Classroom Building 100
For more information, contact Dominique Massey at Dominique.massey@ttuhsc.edu or (806) 743-2297.

Nov. 9
Health and Spirituality Week: End-of-Life
Noon
TTUHSC Academic Classroom Building 120
For more information, contact the Office of Global Health at globalhealth@ttuhsc.edu or (806) 743-2901.

Nov. 10
Health and Spirituality Week: Gender
Noon
TTUHSC Academic Classroom Building 120
For more information, contact the Office of Global Health at globalhealth@ttuhsc.edu or (806) 743-2901.

Nov. 11
Health and Spirituality Week: Suffering
Noon
TTUHSC Academic Classroom Building 110
For more information, contact the Office of Global Health at globalhealth@ttuhsc.edu or (806) 743-2901.

Nov. 12
Health and Spirituality Week: Ritual
Noon
TTUHSC Academic Classroom Building 110
For more information, contact the Office of Global Health at globalhealth@ttuhsc.edu or (806) 743-2901.

Nov. 12
Prostate Cancer: A Personal Perspective from Randy Neugebauer, presented by Texas Tech Physicians
5 p.m.
TTUHSC Academic Classroom Building 100
Free wellness screenings also will be available including glucose and BMI screens and antioxidant and blood pressure checks.

Nov. 13
Health and Spirituality Week: Mindfulness
Featuring Chuck Giles, Ph.D.
Noon
TTUHSC Academic Classroom Building 110
For more information, contact the Office of Global Health at globalhealth@ttuhsc.edu or (806) 743-2901.

Nov. 16
Rural and Community Health Information Fair
8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Academic Classroom Building lobby
Join interprofessional representatives from all TTUHSC rural and community health programs from across West Texas to learn about the challenges, projects and initiatives in rural health.

Nov. 19
National Rural Health Day Kettle Corn and Cake Celebration
10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
2AB North Elevator Landing
The F. Marie Hall Institute for Rural and Community Health will be serving delicious treats to celebrate the progress and importance of rural health.

Nov. 21
Teen Straight Talk
9:30 a.m.
TTUHSC Academic Classroom Building
For more information, contact Kathleen McPherson at Kathleen.mcpherson@ttuhsc.edu or (806) 787-4513.

Dec. 4
SNMA Scholarship Gala
6 p.m.
Overton Hotel and Conference Center
This scholarship banquet is a celebration of food, drinks and entertainment with respect to a variety of cultures. The funds raised go directly towards scholarships for TTUHSC School of Medicine students.
For more information, email Noor Subah at noor.subah@ttuhsc.edu.

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