Congratulations to John Wilson Whitmire, who was selected in the final drawing from SECC contributors as the winner of a new Fitbit, a personal wireless activity and sleep monitoring device. John works in a support role for the UTMB Research enterprise. Congratulations John, and thanks for your support!
We always highlight and celebrate the areas that reach 100 percent participation in the campaign. This year, we’re announced we would reward those groups with a special digital “thank you”: each person in every area that reaches 100 percent in the SECC is having the size of their email storage… Read More»
Congratulations to Carol Sutherland, who was selected in a drawing from SECC contributors as the winner of a new Fitbit, a personal wireless activity and sleep monitoring device. Carol is an ultrasound manager in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. We’re happy to announce one final drawing for a second… Read More»
We’re always looking for ways to recognize people and celebrate the support we get from the UTMB community for the State Employee Charitable Campaign. This year we are testing an idea we’re calling the “Selflessie,” a play on the “Selfies” that have become part of popular culture, especially on social media. We’d love to… Read More»
Turkey, roasted or Cajun fried; cornbread and oyster stuffing; green bean casserole, sweet potato, corn and other fresh veggies; cranberries, gravy, fresh bread: What’s there not to love about Thanksgiving? Wouldn’t it be great, though, if you could track the calories you burn while you eat, or during a post-meal… Read More»
We’ll gather Tuesday to officially kick off the 2014 charitable campaign at the Moody Medical Library Plaza. This year’s effort focuses on all the generous hearts at UTMB, with the Tin Man (who so badly wanted a heart) and his friends from the Wizard of Oz as our inspiration. So, like Dorothy, Toto and friends, we’ll… Read More»