Are you planning to graduate this semester? If so, you should have submitted an Application for Degree form to the Registrar’s Office when you registered for fall classes. If you did not, please do so right away, and submit a copy to the SBMI Office of Academic Affairs. We are now located in Suite 650 of University Center Tower. You may also email the form or fax it to 713-500-3060. The form is located at http://registrar.uth.tmc.edu/Forms/AppForDgre-Acad.pdf.
Once your form is processed, a $75 graduation fee will be posted to your Student Center in myUTH, and you may pay online, as you did for fall classes.
If you have any questions about preparing for graduation this semester, please contact Academic Affairs at SBMIAcademics@uth.tmc.edu or by phone at 713.500.3591.
Free Flu Vaccine Available to UTH Students
Influenza season is here. This is a reminder to all students to get your seasonal Influenza vaccine to protect yourself and your patients. Flu shots will be available on a first-come, first-servedbasis at no charge to all UTHealth students*.
Student Health Services will have staff on location to give the flu shots from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. September 18th at the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, GSBS Foyer, 3rd floor, Mitchell Basic Science Research Building.
Starting September 19th, students may come to Student Health Services from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and from 9:30 to11:30 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays to receive the vaccine. No appointment is necessary. The office is located in the UT Professional Building, Suite 1010. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Student Health Services at 713.500.5171.
*Students must be full time and all fall semester fees must be paid.
Project 3 is dedicated to developing methodologies for modeling and summarizing complex chronically-ill patients' electronic health records, which will be enhanced with context-appropriate, evidence-based recommendations that improve clinician decision-making under information overload and time pressure.
September Student Events Recap
We had a great turn out at the SBMI Back to School event on September 5th. Students, faculty and staff mingled, ate pizza, played games and won prizes.
At the Student Inter Council Salutation on September 11th, UTHealth's student government (SIC) began the new school year by celebrating the students. Students enjoyed food and met the deans, the UTHealth Interim President, student government leaders and the UT System student regent, Ashley Purgason.
Visit SBMI’s Facebook photo albums to view the photos from these events, and follow the school on all of our social media sites to stay updated on news, trends and events; (the linked icons are featured in the footer).
Keep Your Copyright! New Class Offered at the HAM-TMC Library
Did you know that when you sign a contract to publish an article in a journal, you often sign away your right to give copies to your students and colleagues and even the right to post a copy in your university’s online repository? Also, you may not even be able to access your own published work unless your university's library can afford to subscribe to that journal. There are easy ways to negotiate with your publisher to maintain some of your copyright before signing on the dotted line. This class will teach you the methods to gain more access to your works.
Thursday, September 27th
Noon – 1 p.m.
Taught by: Kate Krause, Digital Projects Librarian - Collections
Phone: 713.799.7126 Register for the class
Sept 27 TMC Student Social
Oct 1 Second installment payment due
Oct 12 Last day to drop classes & receive grade of 'WP' or 'WF' (may impact GPA)
Oct 26 Final dissertation defense materials due (PhD graduates only)