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April 2018 Archive

Lubbock City Lights Continues Tradition

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) School of Medicine first-year students hosted the 21st Annual Lubbock City Lights Charity Gala & Casino Night April 27. The event raised more than $61,000.

Amarillo Pharmacy Students Raise Money for The Bridge

Leaders from pharmacy student organizations in Amarillo on April 24 presented a check for $1,833.87 to The Bridge, a children’s advocacy organization.

PDC elects Abilene student to regional post

Abilene pharmacy student Kyle Kleckner was elected the Phi Delta Chi south central regional correspondent at PDC’s Southcentral Regional Conference.

Kappa Psi Student Organization Wins Award

Five members of the Kappa Psi – Epsilon Tau chapter from TTUHSC’s Abilene campus received the organization’s prestigious 99 Hands Award.

Casino Night Raises Money for St. Jude

More than 140 students, faculty and alumni from the School of Pharmacy came out to the Amarillo Botanical Gardens March 9 for Casino Night, and annual event hosted by pharmacy student organization Phi Delta Chi (PDC) to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. 

Medical Students Honored at VA Ceremony

The Amarillo VA Healthcare System recognized four medical students from the TTUHSC campus in Amarillo March 30 as part of Women’s History Month.

REMEDY Program Collects Items for Those in Need

As part of the REMEDY (Recovered Medical Equipment for the Developing World) program, TTUHSC students from the School of Medicine in Amarillo collected unused medical equipment from our area to send to communities in need across the globe.

Grad Student Earns Travel Award

The American Society of Microbiology (ASM) recently selected Anwar Hossain, a Ph.D. candidate in the School of Pharmacy’s Graduate Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences, to receive the ASM Student and Postdoctoral Travel Award AAR to attend ASM Microbe 2018.

Amarillo Medical Students Celebrate at Match Day

Fifty-four graduating students from the TTUHSC School of Medicine in Amarillo participated in the 34th annual National Residency Matching Program, also known as Match Day, on March 16 at the Amarillo Country Club.

Pharmacy students find residency matches

On March 20, fourth-year TTUHSC pharmacy students interested in completing a residency after graduation found out where they would spend the next 1-2 years of their training at Phase I of Residency Match Day.