Web registration available for library Internet classes
Web registration for the Briscoe Library's Internet, OVID and
LYNX classes will begin April 17 at www.uthscsa.edu/computing/training/training.html.
The Briscoe Library will continue to handle off-campus
registrants for Internet and OVID classes, and will continue to
oversee registration for requested workshops and consultations.
The library offers a wide variety of regularly scheduled
educational opportunities. Classes are announced monthly in the Library
News, through posted fliers and on the library's Web site at
www.library.uthscsa.edu. The Internet and OVID
class schedule also will be posted on the technology training
Web site at www.uthscsa.edu/computing/training/training.html. These classes are offered at no charge and are open to the
These classes are open to Health Science Center staff members
at no charge and will require an authorized signature for
registration. Failure to appear at the LYNX class will result in
a $50 charge to the employee's department. For more information,
call ext. 7-2072.
Aging series continues April 18
Dr. Toni Miles, community geriatrician in the Department of
Family Practice, will present "Prevention or Delay of
Frailty" as part of the Successful Aging series at noon
Tuesday, April 18, at the University Center for Community Health
board room. The series is open to anyone interested in learning
more about the aging process. Attendees are invited to bring
their lunch. Call University Hospital's Learning Resources
Department at 358-2355 for more information or to register.
Parking and Traffic Safety Committee to meet April 19
The Health Science Center Parking and Traffic Safety
Committee will meet at 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 19, in the
student services conference room, 348L. Dr. Richard King,
physiology, chairman of the committee, invites the university
committee to attend the open business portion of the meeting.
Individuals who wish to address the committee or have an item
discussed may do so provided they contact the chairman before
the meeting so the item can be placed on the agenda.
Appeals for citations are discussed at the end of the regular
business meeting in closed session. Only the individual
appealing the citation is allowed in the room with the committee
during the process. Discussions and votes on citation appeals
are closed to the public.
To contact Dr. King to place an item on the agenda, call ext.
7-4342 or send e-mail to email@example.com.
Research Day set for May 2
Research Day, an annual event in which young researchers from
the Department of Medicine showcase their work, begins at 9 a.m.
Tuesday, May 2, in the lecture hall foyer
with poster presentations. Oral presentations start at noon
in room 209L in the Medical School.
The event also will include Dr. David Ho, director and
professor at the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center in New York.
Dr. Ho will discuss "Viral and Lymphocyte Dynamics in HIV
Infection" from 4 to 5 p.m. in lecture hall 3.102B, near
the Briscoe Library. An awards presentation and reception will
follow in the lecture hall foyer. Health Science Center faculty,
staff and students are invited to attend. For more information,
contact Rosie Marti at ext. 7-4978 or Adele Miller at ext.