HSC Faculty and Staff,
Last month, HSC formed two task forces to explore opportunities to align our graduate programs with our existing and emerging research strengths.
As the Task Force on Graduate Education and the Task Force on Synergizing Research and Graduate Education reach the mid-points in their processes, we’re holding an open forum on to provide an update and continue the dialogue with on these important topics.
The forum will include a moderated panel discussion with task force co-chairs and questions from the audience.
You are invited to attend in-person or online. Lunch will be provided for the first 30 in-person attendees.
Graduate Education Open Forum:
· Monday, July 31
· Noon to 1 p.m.
· In-person: EAD 506
· Virtual: Attend via Teams at this link: https://bit.ly/44FCmh4
More information on each task force:
Task Force on Graduate Education
· Dr. Tom Cunningham, co-chair: Tom.Cunningham@unthsc.edu
· Dr. Melissa Lewis, co-chair: Melissa.Lewis@unthsc.edu
The Task Force on Graduate Education is charged with assessing the current graduate governance structure and providing recommendations to build efficiency, maintain high quality and provide suggestions for areas of standardization or centralization of key services across all programs.
Task Force on Synergizing Research and Graduate Education
· Dr. Robert McClain, co-chair: Robert.McClain@unthsc.edu
· Dr. Rebecca Cunningham, co-chair: Rebecca.Cunningham@unthsc.edu
The Task Force on Synergizing Research and Graduate Education is charged to evaluate the HSC research strengths and envision opportunities to foster stronger connections between graduate students and our research enterprise.
We look forward to seeing you,
Charles Taylor, PharmD
Provost & Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs