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Reunion Weekend 2012: They Came, They Saw, They Two-Stepped!
On Friday, October 12, alumni and guests attended the Texas-style, family-friendly barbecue at Pedrotti’s North Wind Ranch, working off the food and drink through some inspired line dancing! The following night, we raised $10,200 for the Student Education Enhancement Fund at the second annual Gala Auction (a 35% increase from 2011). View the Reunion Weekend 2012 photo gallery.

We are currently recruiting Class Agents for our 2013 reunion-year classes: 1973, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1993, 2003, and 2008. If you would like to serve as a Class Agent, contact the Alumni Relations Office at or 210-567-0614.

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Dr. James L. Holly ’73: 2012 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient
At the Reunion Weekend 2012 Gala on October 13, Dr. James L. Holly ’73 received the 2012 Distinguished Alumni Award. Dr. Holly is a Beaumont family physician and CEO of Southeast Texas Medical Associates (SETMA, More…

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Alumni Association Holiday Party Brings Cheer to Sick Children
For the fourth consecutive year, the Alumni Association hosted its “Connect the Docs” Holiday Party at Oak Hills Country Club. Alumni, students, and guests attended the event. Many brought gifts for the Gifts for Children program, benefiting children who are patients at University Hospital. View the Holiday Party photo gallery.

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Alumni Mentors Needed for New Seven-Year “BS to MD” Program
In response to a request from the University of Texas System, the School of Medicine and the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) have partnered to develop an innovative seven-year program leading to the awarding of a baccalaureate and MD degree. The Facilitated Acceptance to Medical Education (FAME) Program will welcome 20 students in the fall of 2013, and the Alumni Association is committed to providing these students with alumni mentors. If you are interested in mentoring a student in the FAME program, please contact the Alumni Relations Office at or call 210-567-4400.

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Moulton ’91 to Lead North Carolina Medical Society
Dr. Michael P. Moulton ’91, a board-certified specialist in Emergency Medicine, was installed as the 159th President of the North Carolina Medical Society at its Annual Meeting on Oct. 26, 2012, at the Raleigh Marriot City Center Hotel. More…

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Alumni Set New Giving Records in FY12!
In FY12, 216 School of Medicine alumni made 318 gifts to the Health Science Center, totaling more than $560,000! Each of these was a new record and represented 23%, 38%, and 42% increases from FY11, respectively. Alumni supported a range of initiatives, including faculty endowments, student scholarships, and the Student Education Enhancement Fund. In FY13, we are focused on boosting participation, as we seek to double the number of donors this year. Every gift matters, no matter what the amount, and each gift will help us make lives better! Make a tax-deductible gift.

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Leave a Legacy to Benefit the School of Medicine
Making a planned gift is a great way to leave a legacy for a family member that can benefit the School of Medicine while providing you with tax advantages. Three sisters, Corinne Robicheaux, Genevieve Wicker, and Gladys Lynch, recently made gifts to the Health Science Center to honor the lives and memories of their husbands. More…

One option: The IRA Rollover provision permits individuals ages 70½ and older to give direct gifts up to $100,000 to qualified public charities from their Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) without tax penalty. Between now and Feb 1, 2013, you can make an IRA Rollover gift to the School of Medicine that would be counted for the 2012 tax year. For more information about this option or other planned giving opportunities, contact Kent Hamilton.

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