Academic Resources

Interprofessional Education and Practice – Provides an avenue for students in different practices to learn the importance of collaboration in order to deliver patient-centered health care.

Center for Innovative Learning – Provides support for faculty in online course design, curriculum development, best practices in online education, educational technology, assessment services, and instructional design. Further technical support is offered for faculty and students engaged in online and hybrid courses.

Center for Anatomical Sciences – Provides training for medical, graduate, and allied health students in the anatomical sciences.

Library – 817-735-2070 – Full service academic health science library: electronic and print bibliographic collections, reference and research services, training classes, student study spaces, meeting rooms, outreach services

Professional and Continuing Education (PACE) – 817-735-2539 – Provides educational programs to meet the needs of medical professionals and researchers, the public health workforce and others who promote health and safety

Center for Diversity and International Programs (CDIP) – The Center for Diversity and International Program’s goal is to advance career paths in biomedical sciences and health professions that reflect the diverse constituency we serve. To meet this goal our objectives are to broaden partnerships (local, national and international), unify institutional pipeline programs, innovate education and training, and lead diverse constituencies to opportunities in biomedical/behavioral science career paths.

Departmental Fee Schedules – List of Service Request forms and service fee schedules for the following:

  • Media Services
  • Library
  • ITS Helpdesk
  • Records Management
  • Telecommunications

This page was last modified on July 27, 2016