Please note: The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio will now be called "UT Health San Antonio."
Cell Systems and Anatomy Student Seminar: April Cabang
Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics Seminar Series
Physiology Fall Seminar: G. Vann Bennett, M.D., Ph.D.
The mission of The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is to make lives better through excellence in education, research, health care and community engagement. Community engagement is very important to the graduate school and our students routinely participate in community service projects. To read more about our latest work, click here.
One of the ways that we help our community is by participating at local science festivals. Our students routinely serve as judges at The John Jay Science & Engineering Academy Science and Engineering Fair and the Young Women’s Leadership Academy fair. We also help volunteer at science nights through the Voelcker Biosciences Teacher Academy or Initiative for Maximizing Student Development program such as when we went to the Robert L. Vale Middle School Science Night, Booker T. Washington Elementary School, Flatonia
Another way we contribute to the community is by visiting local schools or after-school programs such as the Five Palms Elementary School, Sunshine Cottage School, Cafe College, Boys and Girls Clubhouse,
In addition to science outreach, we also participate in non-scientific outreach like when we volunteered and sorted boxes at the Food Bank, or when we helped to build homes with Habitat For Humanity, participated in game night at the Battered Women's Shelter. We also partnered with the American Heart Association for an event on campus where survivors were able to meet heart disease/stroke researchers. We have also participated in American Cancer Society's Relay for Life.
The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at The University of Health Science Center San Antonio is excited to present the "Pipette Kids Science Coloring & Activity Book."
The coloring book features illustrations from Angela Gao ( @bioforbreakfast), a biomedical scientist who enjoys drawing cartoons to inspire young students to look into STEM careers. To read more about Angela, click here.
The coloring book features a
- Brain Maze
- Color The Cell
- DNA Color-By-Numbers
- Connect The Dots
- Periodic Table Guessing Game
- Science Careers Crossword
- Biographies of Rachel Carson, Caroline Herschel, Rosalind Franklin, and Maria Merian
- Cut Out Scientist Dolls and Lab Safety Instructions
If you would like a copy of the coloring book, please contact email@example.com.