Earn $25 for TPH — simple!

See if you qualify this 1-hour long online test.

NOTE: If you’re interested, you need to take quick action.

You will only receive the points if you have the money on your hands (not if you’re in the process of getting the money).


Baylor College of Medicine Tropical Medicine Summer Institute

APPLICATION DEADLINE: WEDNESDAY MARCH 4 AT NOONStudents will be notified Friday March 6.

Apply here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/RJSVVT9

Send your resume to s.delatorre@austin.utexas.edu after applying.

Program costs can be found HERE at the program’s website



Advanced Texas-Mexico Border Health Research Projects at the UT School of Public Health

APPLICATION DEADLINE: WEDNESDAY MARCH 11 AT NOONStudents will be notified no later than Monday March 23

Apply here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/XVPC9CM

Send your resume to s.delatorre@austin.utexas.edu after applying.

This opportunity is more advanced and to be competitive, we recommend that you apply if you are a rising junior, a rising fourth year senior, or a rising fifth year senior. First priority will be given to 4+1 students who plan to complete their MPH degree in Brownsville next year. It is possible to take part in this experience this summer and receive credit for PBH 341R: Public Health Research this fall. A stipend of $1000 will be provided.



Finally, we invite all public health majors and members of TPH to attend the Health Informatics and Health IT Research Poster Forum this Wednesday March 4 and participate as a judge. Please see the announcement belowCome learn more about a field that is going to be important to the future of public health in the 21st century!




The University of Texas at Austin – Health Informatics and Health IT Program


Wednesday, March 4, 2015


9:00 am – 11:00 am


Norman Hackerman Building (NHB); First floor – East foyer and Room 1.720

The University of Texas at Austin, 103 E. 24th Street Austin, TX 78712


We are pleased to announce the graduation of our Spring 2015 class!  Our 55 professional education students have completed an intensive nine-week program with rigorous coursework in Health Informatics and Health Information Technology. The culminating project is a research poster, which will be presented at the Research Poster Forum.


You are cordially invited to meet the graduates and judge their research posters.   Your feedback is a very valuable part of their educational experience. We hope you can join us to interact informally with the graduates and to evaluate their work!


Please use THIS LINK to RSVP or contact Julia Martin at 512.232.0680 or jmartin@austin.utexas.edu to confirm your participation.