This is your moment...
As part of the $50 million Innovations in Mind fundraising initiative, students from all four schools are working to raise $22.6 million toward UTMB's new Health Education Center. Students led the fundraising efforts by raising $14,876 during a special student campaign and will continue those efforts throughout the life of the initiative.
Student Campaign Co-Chairs present a check during a Town Hall Meeting on Feb. 2. From left, UTMB President Dr. David L. Callender,
Samee Hameed (SOM), Mike Chamberlain (SHP), Alexis Williams (GSBS) and Lindsay Murray (SON).
This is your chance to show our alumni the kind of dedication that continues to guide UTMB students.
A Challenge, An Inspiration
UTMB School of Medicine alumnus Dr. Edgar Cortes ('69) and his wife Dr. Imelda Cortes matched student contributions to the Health Education Center. Read more about their inspiring commitment.
Every student who makes a gift of $50 or more to the Health Education Center will be recognized on a special wall of honor in the new center.
For more than 125 years, students just like you -- eager, dedicated, ready to bring your expertise where it is needed most -- have filled UTMB's student body.
So we are inviting every UTMB student to be part of this undertaking. Your gift to the Health Education Center is an opportunity to give back. An opportunity to help make possible one of the leading educational resources in all of academic health.
A message from your Student Co-Chairs
"We've made our gifts to the Health Education Center. And we encourage you to join us. Together, we can leave a legacy that shapes health education at UTMB for years to come."
Bottom row, from left, Alexis Williams, Co-Chair for the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Lindsay Murray, Co-Chair for the School of Nursing. Top row, from left, Mike Chamberlain, Co-Chair for the School of Health Professions and Samee Hameed, Co-Chair for the School of Medicine.