Mission



A Supportive Community
Funds New Projects

Howe and Lunas


John P. Howe, III, M.D., (left) president of the Health Science Center, greets State Sen. Gregory Luna (right) and his wife, Helen, from San Antonio.


Perez-Trevino and Whittington


Merced Perez-Trevino and her husband, Randy Whittington, from Harlingen, Texas, enjoy the celebration at the Buckhorn Museum.

Wells and de la Garza


Luis A. de la Garza (left) and J. Tullos Wells herald their appointments as Presidentís Council co-chairs.

Rowland, Straus, Howe


(L-R) Spencer A. Rowland, M.D., orthopaedic surgeon; Jocelyn L. Straus, president of the Health Science Centerís Development Board; and Dr. Howe greeted dignitaries from throughout the South Texas Region.

Howe, Robles


(L-R) Dr. Howe greets Perla Robles and her husband, Roberto Robles, M.D., FACC, from Brownsville, Texas.

At a spring appreciation dinner the Health Science Center extended a special thanks to donors, friends and members of the Presidentís Council. During the event the Presidentís Council awarded more than $160,000 to projects in the medical, dental, nursing, graduate and allied health schools, and to projects for interdisciplinary teaching and bioscience career outreach. Composed of individuals from the private sector, businesses and foundations, the Presidentís Council encourages active interest in and support of the Health Science Center.

Said John P. Howe, III, M.D., president of the Health Science Center, "The important work performed at the Health Science
Center would not be possible without the resources provided by the private sector."

Hatcher, de la Garza, Howe, Wells


(L-R) Celebrating the appointments of the new co-chairs are Luis de la Garza and his wife, Sherry Hatcher; Dr. Howe; and Carri Wells and her husband, J. Tullos Wells.

Rowlands


(L-R) Spencer A. Rowland, M.D., orthopaedic surgeon; Jocelyn L. Straus, president of the Health Science Centerís Development Board; and Dr. Howe greeted dignitaries from throughout the South Texas Region.


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