Linshu Wang to Present Dissertation Research Proposal Seminar – “Recurrent TIAs Model Induce Neuronal Cytoskeletal Modification”


In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy degree in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Linshu Wang will present a research proposal seminar entitled, “Recurrent TIAs Model Induce Neuronal Cytoskeletal Modification” on December 7, 2020, at 1:00 pm CST. The campus community is invited to attend via Zoom A private defense with the advisory committee will immediately follow the seminar.

Linshu Wnag is a doctoral student in Pharmacology and Neuroscience under the supervision of Shaohua Yang, Ph.D., Professor.

CANVAS Training – December 3rd – This live Zoom training will cover PEER REVIEW


Objectives – participants will be able to:
• Identify the purpose of peer review.
• Automatically assign students to peer review each other’s work.
• Manually assign students to peer review each other’s work.
• Configure peer reviews to be anonymous.
• Review peer review comments left by students on each other’s work.
• Recognize the challenges posed by peer review in group assignment settings.
• Employ strategies for using the peer review system to gather student feedback about their groupmates in group assignments.
• Identify the workflow and processes by which students will complete peer-review assignments.

Please sign up to attend one or many of these live Zoom sessions to learn to use Canvas and all of its features!

For more information and to sign up:

Training is from 12:00-1:00, however, Zoom will be open from 11:45-1:15 for Q&A


2021 Monthly and Annual Transit Passes on Sale Through HSC Sustainability


HSC Sustainability is currently selling 2021 subsidized monthly and annual transit passes for both employees and students. Passes are up to 75 % off regular prices. We’re making it more flexible by offering the subsidized rate throughout the coming year. If you do want your pass by January 1st, please submit payment by December 3rd. Details including pricing can be found at the link or by visiting:

Campus COVID-19 Guidelines


For the latest information on campus COVID guidelines and ways to keep our campus environment healthy, please be sure to follow the HSC coronavirus website. The safety and well-being of our team members is HSC’s top concern.

COVID-19 disinfecting – let us know when your office has been occupied


HSC Team:

The HSC Facilities Management team continues cleaning and disinfecting work spaces across the campus during the COVID-19 pandemic.

As we work to keep our HSC community safe, we need your assistance. We are asking that HSC team members please use the magnets that read: “This office was occupied.” This lets our custodial staff continue their critical work.

The magnets help our custodial staff in several ways:

  • They help minimize contact.
  • They allow us to know where and when to go in a space so we can take care of the trash and disinfect the area.
  • Currently, our plans are to continue using the magnets. Each time you use the magnets, you are helping us keep the campus safer.

Magnets are available in the HSC Welcome Back Bags. If your team has not received your bags, please contact with the number of team members and to schedule a time to pick yours up.

If you have any questions or concerns, please call 817-735-2181 or email

Thank you for your time …  and stay healthy.

OneUniversity Studio open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays *by appointment only*


**The One University Studio will be closed for the following HOLIDAYS:

Thanksgiving – November 26th to November 29th

Winter Break – December 24th to January 3rd

The OneUniversity studio is open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays! To book your time in the studio for your project, please send an email to or send an email one of the videographers listed below:

Rens Bais with CIL –
Adam Van Fossen with CIL/INCEDO –
Stephen McBroom with INCEDO –
Felipe Monjaras with OBC –

To make sure that we limit the exposure to COVID-19, we have a cleaning schedule that us videographers adhere to, and there are a few entry and usage guidelines that have to be followed:
– Please wear disposable gloves and mask at all times. You can remove the mask while you’re recording if you wish
– Keep the 6’ rule at all times
– A maximum of 4 people (including the videographer) are allowed in the studio
– Please be on time, do not come early. We do not allow waiting in the hallway, due to possible exposure with others
– Do not touch any of the studio gear (except videographers). This minimizes exposure
– High touch surfaces such as door handles, keyboard, mouse and the height adjustable desk will be cleaned after every use.
– Be aware that the soft surface chairs in the Cozy corner is limited to 2 people only (and they have to be at least 6’ apart)
– Hand sanitizer and Clorox cleaning wipes will also be made available
We will also post signs with entry and usage guidelines along with the cleaning schedule that will be posted outside and inside the studio. Please let us know if you wish to have a copy of the complete entry and usage guidelines document.

*The library remains closed. For entry, meet your videographer at your appointment time at the freight elevator on the ground floor of the library by the clinic parking garage.

If you have any questions or concerns, please send an email to