The Beat - October 2017 | Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
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October 2017 Edition (Archives)

Amarillo campus students named to President's Select

President’s Select, a student ambassador program and honors organization comprised of the top TTUHSC undergraduate and graduate students, recently named its 2017-2018 representatives. MORE»

Amarillo President's Select Representatives

TTUHSC selects new Vice President of Research

Current TTUHSC School of Pharmacy Dean Quentin Smith, Ph.D., has been named the university’s new senior vice president of research. Smith will serve in both roles concurrently. MORE»

Quentin Smith, Ph.D.

SimCentral cuts ribbon on new Amarillo building

The new SimCentral building officially opened its doors with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sept. 15. MORE»

SimCentral ribbon-cutting ceremony on Amarillo campus.

BCE schedules events for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The Breast Center of Excellence will be participating in several public outreach events during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. MORE»

Breast Center of Excellence

Surgeons provide free hernia screening

The Department of Surgery teamed up with Northwest Texas Hospital on Sept. 23 to provide no-cost hernia screenings for area patients. Surgeons Darren Peterson, M.D., and LaJohn Quigley, M.D., said more than 20 people attended the event. MORE»

Hernia Screening Event in Amarillo

Campus cook team brings home prize

Employees from multiple departments formed a cooking team for the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce’s annual barbecue Sept. 14, and accepted the 2nd place prize for the team’s entry in the Corporate Brisket category. MORE»

Amarillo Chamber Barbecue

Laura Bush Institute hosts 'Girls Night Out' at WTAMU

More than 260 incoming West Texas A&M University freshmen girls attended the 2017 Girls Night Out event Sept. 26 at Legacy Hall located on the WTAMU campus. The annual event is hosted by The Laura W. Bush Institute for Women’s Health. MORE»

Girls Night Out at WTAMU

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