Master Plan Town Hall Meetings
President Scott Ransom is holding Town Hall meetings this month to update the campus on the Master Facility Plan and preliminary designs for Building A. Building A is the first building planned as part of the expansion. It will include two 250-person classrooms, a conference facility, simulation laboratory, OMM/Patient Training Center and faculty offices. Bring your sack lunches and your thoughts and ideas about the new building. Students attended the first meeting on Jan. 17 and shared their thoughts on growth and the future.
Faculty and Staff Meeting
Tuesday, Jan. 22
Bid farewell to the OMCT
As the Health Science Center’s expansion west begins, we’ll take time to honor the Osteopathic Medical Center of Texas, which trained many of our TCOM students and served our community. Join the campus community for a “retirement party” at the OMCT. President Ransom and officials will take a ceremonial swing at the OMCT to begin the demolition. Cake and beverages will be served.
OMCT “retirement party”
Wednesday, Feb. 27
OMCT (Haskell Street side near the Jennings Pavilion)
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New VP for Development
Gary Grant will join the Office of Institutional Advancement as Vice President for Development on Feb. 1. Grant brings more than 20 years of experience raising financial support for both medical and higher education institutions. He is currently director of major gifts at the National Alzheimer’s Association, and, prior to that he served in a similar position at the University of Chicago Medical Center. Grant will lead Institutional Advancement’s fundraising efforts in crucial areas including the campus master plan, endowments, major gifts, annual giving and scholarships.
New training opportunities on the way from HR
Human Resource Services wants to make sure our top-notch staff stays that way. Cassandra Molavrh, manager of staff development and training, and Bob Bland, staff training coordinator, have joined the HR team to create new training and career development opportunities for HSC staff. Training for newly hired clinic employees, supervisor training programs and leadership skills courses are planned. And Molavrh and Bland are only getting started. Watch the Daily News and Campus Connection for more on upcoming training opportunities. Contact Cassandra Molavrh for more information or to give your input on staff training.
HSC goes Green
Remember… Payroll will no longer print direct deposit pay stubs. Employees can view and print their pay check information from the EIS Portal. If you don’t use direct deposit, you can pick up your paycheck at the cashier’s office. Payroll will continue to notify each department when a supplemental check is processed for their department.
Click here for instructions for viewing your pay check information on EIS.
If you have any questions, contact Payroll at ext. 2594.
ORC to host international research symposium
Register with PACE before Feb. 1 for a discount rate. For more information about the symposium, please visit the ORC website or contact Cathleen Kearns.
The Osteopathic Research Center (ORC) will host researchers from around the world at a symposium on current research in somato-visceral interactions. The conference, “Delineating the Evidence-base for Somato-Visceral Interactions,” will be held on the UNTHSC campus on March 31-April 1. Leading researchers from the United States, Japan, Germany and Canada will participate in the program. The symposium is part of the Osteopathic Collaborative Clinical Trials Initiatives Conference series. It immediately follows the American Academy of Osteopathy Convocation, which will be held in Dallas March 26-30.
New Physicians and PAs at UNT Health
Tarrant County’s largest multi-specialty practice is growing. UNT Health recently added several new physicians and physician assistants to its staff. The new docs and PAs come from a variety of specialties and will practice at clinics around Tarrant County.
Kerri Waldron, MD
Anne Christian, MD
Kirk Barron, PA-C
Lauren Fallis, PA-C
Charles Yackulic, MD
Alan LaGrone, MD
Charles DeBerardinis, DO, chief of cardiology
David Slife, DO
Arash Manzori, DO, TCOM Class of 1994
Student government leaders visit HSC
The Council of Osteopathic Student Government Presidents (COSGP) will be on campus today for its winter meeting. The council, which is made up of students representing osteopathic medical schools across the country, meets quarterly to discuss issues affecting students. While on campus, COSGP will tour the Osteopathic Research Center and hear from TCOM students and faculty about osteopathic research. They’ll also get a dose of Fort Worth culture… they are planning a trip to the Stockyards and the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo.
Join us for the annual UNTHSC Day at Six Flags!
Celebrate the Health Science Center family spirit by joining us at the annual UNTHSC Day at Six Flags, Saturday, April 12. Tickets are $20 each, which includes food, fun and some great memories with your UNTHSC coworkers.
To purchase tickets, contact Randy Thomas, ext. 2155, or Misty Smethers, ext. 5006. A valid UNTHSC badge is required at the time of purchase.
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