Workout of the Day 06/30/2021

 

Workout: 4 sets for 4 rounds, 1 minute each set, rest after each round

Set 1: Push-ups/ Squat Jumps

Set 2: Jumping Jacks/ Wall sits

Set 3: Alternating reverse lunge/ Bear Crawls

Set 4: Bicycle crunches/ Burpees

HSC Block Party: RSO Registration (Deadline: July 8th)

 

The HSC Block Party is almost here! Student Officers, you can now register for your student organization to have a table at the block party. There will be several incoming first-year and current students in attendance that will be interested in learning more about your organization. You are welcome to bring table games, yard games, free swag, handouts, and items to sell for your student organization fundraiser. There will even be catering vendors there on sight-Steel City Pops, Dosey Dough, & Bubble Bus (Proceeds will benefit the HSC Student Scholarship)! Come represent! Here’s the link to register- https://unthsc.campuslabs.com/engage/submitter/form/start/487709 .

Directions:
1. After clicking the link, you might need to log in.
2. You should be directed to the Form Submission Page.
3. Click the “Resume Button” that is blue.
4. Click the “HSC Block Party – July New Student Orientation RSO/Resource Fair”, which is in blue.
5. Fill out the contact information.
6. Click the “Next Button” that is blue.
7. Complete the rest of the registration process.

HSC Fitness Center Updates

 

Dear Fitness Center Members,

The HSC Fitness Center will be expanding its hours beginning Thursday, July 1st.

The extended hours are as follows:
Mon.-Thurs.: 6:00am-10:00pm
Friday: 6:00am-8:00pm
Sat. & Sun.: 9:00am-8:00pm

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at FitnessCenter@unthsc.edu.

Sincerely,
The Office of Care and Civility

HSC students: Tell us how bridging health disparities is inspiring your studies

 

HSC, driven by its core value to Serve Others First, is committed to helping deliver health care and improving access to all Texans through service and education.

HSC is helping people access health care in many ways from opening COVID-19 vaccine sites in hard-to-reach communities to bringing our Pediatric Mobile Clinic into Tarrant County neighborhoods to preparing future doctors who will serve patients in rural areas.

We want HSC students to help us tell these stories. Please join us in this endeavor by sharing how health disparities influenced your lives or is driving your plans to become future health care providers.

If you have a health disparities experience to share, please contact Diane Smith-Pinckney with the details via email at diane.smith-pinckney@unthsc.edu.

The Hispanic Health Professional Student Scholarship Apply Today

 

The Hispanic Health Professional Student Scholarship
Apply
In 2004, NHHF established the National Hispanic Health Professional Student Scholarship program and its first Gala in New York City for medical, nursing, dental, public health, and health policy students with outstanding academic records, leadership, and who are committed to serving Hispanics.

The following year, we invited the National Association of Hispanic Nurses, Hispanic Dental Association, Latino Caucus of American Public Health Association, the Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, NYU and an honorary committee of New York elected officials, to help us present our first ten scholarships.

In 2007, NHHF started its partnership with the United Health Foundation in this unique national effort and the following year, a second annual Gala in California. As of January 2021, NHHF has awarded $1,555,000 to 306 awardees.

The 2021 National Hispanic Health Professional Scholarship is open to any student enrolled full time in the following U.S. based accredited graduate programs:
• Medicine: allopathic or osteopathic
• Dentistry
• Pharmacy
• Nursing (including BSN)
• Public Health/Policy
• Physician Associate

Applicants are not required to be Hispanic; an affinity for the health of Hispanic communities and an interest in participating in NHHF Scholars Alumni activities is required.

What are the qualifications?

3.0 GPA or Passing (fail/pass system)
Exceptional academic performance, documented leadership activities, and have a commitment to a career providing healthcare services to the Hispanic community in the US
Be a full-time student in the following accredited programs: Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nursing, Public Health or Health Policy, and Physician Associate.