New Year. New Site. New TTUHSC.edu Coming Soon
We're ramping up for the launch of the new ttuhsc.edu website in January 2018! The newly redesigned templates offer a clean, uncluttered, responsive design that scales beautifully on all of your devices. We also have 22+ new snippets designed to provide our web editors a wide variety of ways to offer our visitors enhanced, rich content. Overall, the new site will provide our prospective students, current students, faculty, staff and community a fresh, new look at TTUHSC.
In order to take advantage of the stylish new templates, your department must go through the content separation process to review your content, establish your URL and update SEO and accessibility information. Contact email@example.com for more information on this process so you don't miss out.
Pages must comply with accessibility standards before they can be published, and all videos must be closed captioned. Videos that are not compliant must be removed. Need help with videos? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Departments are responsible for closed captioning costs.
Acronyms are not your friend online. Prospective students, visitors and most of all search engines frown upon acronyms and prefer full words. All schools will experience a transition from their old URL to a new one, such as ttuhsc.edu/son to ttuhsc.edu/nursing. Update printed materials now.
Watch your email for updates. More details coming soon.
As spring approaches, some people’s thoughts turn to gardening. Whether it’s a flower garden they desire or a vegetable garden want to have, they begin planning what they’ll plant and what they need to do to ensure a successful garden.
A “growth mindset” accepts that our intelligence and talents can develop over time, and a person with that mindset understands that intelligence and talents can improve through effort and learning.
Abstaining from drug abuse and an early diagnosis of familial hypercholesterolemia (high cholesterol) can help prevent heart disease.
Ninh (Irene) La-Beck, Pharm.D., with the TTUHSC Jerry H. Hodge School of Pharmacy, received a five-year, $2.49 million grant to investigate how nanoparticles interact with the immune system and cancer.
To help investigate the influence basal sex hormone alterations may have on chronic post-op pain, the NIH recently awarded a grant to Jenny Wilkerson, Ph.D., from the Jerry H. Hodge School of Pharmacy.