Seeking supervising faculty/support staff for The Cowtown (medical)


The Cowtown Marathon was founded by the University of North Texas Health Science Center in 1978! The two-day event includes a Kids 5k, Adults 5k, 10k, Healthy Hig Relay, Half Marathon, Marathon and Ultra Marathon. The Cowtown is the largest multi-event in Texas, and we need medical professionals to supervise our medical volunteers throughout race weekend, February 26-27, 2022.

Heavily seeking supervision and support from PT, TCOM and PA faculty and staff. Additional supervising/support staff welcome!

For more information, please email

Introducing Policy Gram Live Series | Conversations on Crucial Campus Policies


Need help understanding policies? For a limited time, the Office of Institutional Integrity and Awareness will host a series of webinars that will provide an opportunity to discuss crucial policies that may influence your day-to-day operations.


Employee Ethics and Standards of Conduct

February 9th, 2022

Virtual Session

10:00 am -10: 45 am



Policy on Policies

February 23, 2022

Virtual Session

10:00 am -10:45 am



Stay tuned for additional live policy discussions!

Join NRMN for a Black History Month webinar


We are excited to announce NRMN’s Black History Month Webinar Series!

Join us for our first Black History Month Webinar as we will be joined by Drs. Antentor Hinton, Haysetta Shuler and Sandra Murray, discussing how Technostress and John Henyrism can impact mentoring relationships during the pandemic.

Join us for a free webinar on Thursday, February 10 at 11am CT. Register here:

Research Enhancement Assistance Program (REAP) awardees


REAP has selected the first awardees for the HSC Bridge Funding (BFP) Program and Early Stage Investigator (ESI) Pilot Program.
We have created a new page that will be regularly updated, to be able to review awardees for the different REAP programs.

I’m my ancestors’ wildest dreams


We want to acknowledge you. Please send to by February 7th:

– 1 professional photo
– Name of your organization(s) and title position(s); if applicable
– Statement sharing how you’re promoting health and wellness in the Black community?

If you have any questions, please email Brittani Schultz.

1098T tax information


1098T forms are available via the student portal at MyHSC. Tax information for 1098T’s is limited to students with enrollment activity from January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021. The 1098T form indicates tuition and fees paid and financial aid disbursements for qualifying charges. This information will be reported to the IRS and is intended to assist the taxpayer in determining any educational tax credits in preparing federal income tax returns for 2021.
Consult with the Internal Revenue Service or a tax advisor if you need additional guidance on what offsets you need to make to your qualified tuition and fees for the purposes of claiming a tax credit. Forms and information claiming education tax credits can be found on the IRS website at

If you have any questions concerning information provided on the 1098T please contact the following:

Phone: (817) 735-2597

Tax Benefits for Education can be found at– Publication 970

TCOM-SNMA lapel pin sale


In honor of the start of Black History Month, TCOM SNMA is partnering with Melanin Med for a white coat pin sale!! These pins would be a great addition to your white coat! Fill out the Google form below to place an order, deadline is February 18th😁