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TCOM Class of 2009 Residency Matches

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March 16 was “Match Day” for medical students seeking Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) residencies across the country, including 116 students here at the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine. Our military students received their residency matches in December, and medical students choosing an American Osteopathic Association residency learned their matches in February. In all, our 128 graduating TCOM physicians will once again move to residencies all over the country after graduation on May 16.

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Texas House Speaker Joe Straus

Speaker Straus and Rep. Geren tour UNTHSC
Texas House Speaker Joe Straus and State Rep. Charlie Geren got a first-hand look at the Health Science Center’s people and programs when they visited campus on March 27. Straus and Geren met with UNT System and Health Science Center leaders for a tour of campus including a stop at the Center for Human Identification and a look at the progress on Building A. Straus and Geren also talked to some of our TCOM students about their experiences in the ROME (Rural Osteopathic Medical Education) program.

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Dean Conine and Jason Hartley

‘Living Legacy’ starts as part of Master Plan focus on greening campus
The Health Science Center’s new Living Legacy program provides a way to remember a lost loved one, commemorate a special event like a birth or marriage, or mark any occasion by planting a tree or sponsoring a flower bed on campus. Facilities Management, sponsor of the program, has planned an Earth Day celebration for a kickoff tree and flower bed planting on April 22. Fees must be paid by April 20 to participate in the Earth Day celebration.

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Field Day 2008


Field Day 2009
Here’s your chance to dunk a dean or challenge your boss to a three-legged race. The Office of Student Affairs is hosting the second annual UNTHSC Field Day on April 18, from 11 am to 2 pm at the Lockheed Martin Recreation Association fields. The event is open to faculty, staff and students, and their families. Each person can get up to four free tickets ($1 for each additional ticket). Activities include kickball, tug-of-war, face painting and a bounce house, and lunch is provided. Dr. Ransom and several UNTHSC leaders have even volunteered to spend time in the dunking booth for a good cause.  The event raises money for UNTHSC student scholarships.

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