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May 2018 Archive

9 Ways to Make the Most Out of TTUHSC Graduation

May is graduation month at TTUHSC. This is a time to celebrate students' accomplishments and reflect on the growth, knowledge and experience students gain while at TTUHSC. As you get ready for graduation, we want to help your day be as memorable as possible! Follow these tips to make the most out of your graduation day:

Amarillo Welcomes New Campus Police Officer

Lieutenant Tray Smitherman, a Certified Peace Officer with the State of Texas since 2012, is the new campus police officer for TTUHSC in Amarillo.

TTUHSC Surgeons Bringing Tele-Trauma to the Texas Panhandle

The TTUHSC Department of Surgery in Amarillo will soon roll out new technology to help smaller rural hospitals and clinics gain direct access to a trauma surgeon in Amarillo.

GPPS Students Receive Good News in April

Four GPPS students recently received travel scholarships to attend science and research conferences, and another was selected to make a podium presentation.

Amarillo Internal Medicine Residents Shine at National Conference

Residents in the School of Medicine’s Department of Internal Medicine in Amarillo presented 11 research posters last month at the Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) Annual Meeting in Denver.

Pharmacy Student Leads Local Relay for Life

A group of first- and second-year pharmacy students in Amarillo took their support of the Relay for Life to a new level this year.

TPPC Wraps Up Spring Medication Cleanout Cycle

The Texas Panhandle Poison Center (TPPC) completed its spring Medication Cleanout cycle April 28 at the TTUHSC Lubbock campus.

Former First Lady Speaks at 2018 Power of the Purse

Former first lady Laura W. Bush was the featured speaker at the 2018 Power of the Purse luncheon April 11 at the Amarillo Civic Center’s Heritage Room.