The Beat - October 2018 | Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
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October 2018 Edition (Archives)

Breast Center of Excellence Marks Ten Years of Service

The TTUHSC Breast Center of Excellence (BCE) held its Annual Partner and Provider Meeting Sept. 29 at Northwest Texas Hospital. The 2018 meeting also celebrated BCE’s 10 years of providing community service in the Texas Panhandle. MORE»

TTUHSC Breast Center of Excellence

Hance Donation to Upgrade, Name Pediatrics Waiting Room

The pediatrics waiting room and clinic areas in Amarillo are being updated thanks to a gift from Texas Tech University System Chancellor Emeritus Kent Hance. He presented the donation to honor his sister, Beth Hance Hodges, and the waiting room will be named the Beth Hance Hodges Pediatric Waiting Room. MORE»

Kent Hance

GiRL Power to Feature Miss Texas 2018

The Laura W. Bush Institute for Women’s Health will host GiRL Power (Girls in Real Life) from 5:30–9 p.m. Oct. 18 at the Amarillo Civic Center. GiRL Power was developed to engage 10- to 14-year-old girls and the important women in their lives. Miss Texas Madison Fuller will be the featured speaker. MORE»

Laura Bush Instiute Girl Power

Amarillo PDC Chapter Meets New Pharmacy Students

Since early August, Beta Rho, the School of Pharmacy’s Phi Delta Chi (PDC) student organization chapter in Amarillo, has organized several events to introduce the chapter to first-year students and start planning for the upcoming school year. MORE»

Amarillo Phi Delta Chi

GPPS Students Earn Awards, Travel Scholarships

Six students from the School of Pharmacy’s Graduate Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences recently earned poster awards and travel scholarships. MORE»

TTUHSC Graduate Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences 

Amarillo Campus Updates Parking Permits Process

The campus parking registration permit process has been transferred to Nancy Boles, Campus Business Operations Unit Coordinator. Her office is located in the School of Health Professions. MORE»

TTUHSC Amarillo Parking

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