Giving

What Will Your Scholarship Be Named?

Scholarship donor Martha Redman (center) visits with students, faculty and staff at the NAC luncheon.

Our Office of Planned Giving can help assist you in naming a scholarship after a loved one or a special person in your life. Many options exist to meet your planning and philanthropic goals.

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Nursing Advisory Council: A Legacy of Support

NursIng AdvIsory CouncIl current and emeriti members include (front row from left) Barbara Banker, Amparo Ortiz, Paula Gray, Debby Hepburn, Victoria Paparelli, Phyllis Chelette, Patricia Moss, (middle row) Judy Schlesinger, Louise Beldon, Kathleen O’Shea, Dana Wheeler Terracina, Phyllis Siegel, Lupita Medina, Eileen Breslin, Joanie Schwartz, Mary Beth Fisk, Barbara Wulfe, Eileen Lundin, Patricia Pliego Stout, (back row) Terri Edlund, Karen Herrmann, Alvin Loewenberg, John Franklin (current chair), Gregg Muenster and Bill Rasco. Not pictured are current members: Barbara Haley, Luke Healy, Betty Howard, & Ann Richardson. Not pictured are emeriti members: Robin Ancira, Kristi Arlitt, Estela Avery, Donna Block, Erin Bowman, Rosemary Breedlove, Graciela Cigarroa, Robin Ford Dillard, Toni Goldsmith, Walton Gregory, Betty Halff, Anthony Hargrove, Patty L. Hawken, Mary Henrich, Sandy Klein, Earline Lagueruela, Debbie Lewis, Nancy B. Loeffler, Nancy Miller, Maria Cristina Rodriguez, Marie Smith, Marilyn Stanton-White, Lewis Thorne, Wendy Tillotson, Sue Turner, & Neill Walsdorf, Sr.

The Nursing Advisory Council for UT Health San Antonio’s School of Nursing has been an incredible source of support since 1983. The council raises funds for research and other special activities.

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Your Gift to Special Fund Helps Students Succeed

Student Education Enhancement Fund

The fund provides financial assistance to students for medical mission trips, community service learning initiatives, student study guides, and equipment for clinical training.

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Nursing Advocate, Donor Continues Wife’s Legacy

From his time spent in the trenches side-by-side with military nurses to his 40-year marriage to one, retired Air Force Capt. Gary Baldwin has a keen understanding of the role nurses play in health care.

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Leaving a Legacy: Planned Gifts Crucial to School

Mary Jane Ihle Clark recently visited with students at the School of Nursing. Mary Jane decided to include the nursing school in her estate plan. Planned giving is a great way to support the future success of the nursing program.
Mary Jane Ihle Clark recently visited with students at the School of Nursing. Mary Jane decided to include the nursing school in her estate plan. Planned giving is a great way to support the future success of the nursing program.

Mary Jane Ihle Clark dedicated her life to helping people with intellectual disabilities and improving the lives of others.

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Graduates Create Seed Award for Fourth-Year Student Leaders

The initial recipients of the Seed Award scholarship are Mark Dean (from left), Selina Fuentes, Robert Hermann, Christian Lopez, Amanda Mitchell, Matthew Miller, Enrique Ramirez, Jason Poon, Brian Ross and Julie Wiegand.

Two anonymous donors, who are both alumni of the dental school, created a Seed Award for fourth-year students who are exceptionally committed to their profession, community and university.

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A Fateful Encounter Results in Friendship, Shared Career

Harris Siegel, D.M.D. (from left), and Skip Dolt, D.D.S., had a fateful meeting on the first day of their residency at the School of Dentistry. Now, 24 years later, the two friends share a dental practice in Atlanta, Georgia.
Harris Siegel, D.M.D. (from left), and Skip Dolt, D.D.S., had a fateful meeting on the first day of their residency at the School of Dentistry. Now, 24 years later, the two friends share a dental practice in Atlanta, Georgia.

Harris Siegel, D.M.D., and Skip Dolt, D.D.S., met on the first day of their residency program at the School of Dentistry. That meeting has resulted in a 24-year friendship and a 21-year business partnership.

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Couple Dedicated to Patients, Profession and Community

Drs. Jennifer and Jamie Bone met while attending the School of Dentistry. In addition to sharing a love for each other, the couple are committed to helping one patient at a time in their practice.

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Joe R. & Teresa Lozano Long Honored at Naming Celebration

The balloon drop signified the official change of the school's name to the Joe R. & Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine

A standing-room-only celebration marked the naming of the medical school to honor the Austin couple’s tradition of giving.

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Graduate Fulfills Heart’s Desire by Helping Others in Need

William L. Henrich, M.D., MACP, president of UT Health San Antonio; Ruth Berggren, M.D., director of the Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics; Robert Rodriguez, M.D., Ph.D., interim dean of the Long School of Medicine; Marvin Forland, M.D., founding faculty member and former associate dean for clinical affairs; and Carlos R. Jaén, M.D., Ph.D., chair and professor of the Department of Family and Community Medicine, honor James L. Holly, M.D., (third from right) as a founding member of the school’s Aesculapian Laureate Society.

Graduate, who enjoys helping others in need, named a founding member of new giving society.

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Alumnus Enjoys Medical Career While Supporting Research

Robin Brey, M.D., chair and professor of the Department of Neurology, and former Dean Francisco González-Scarano, M.D., honor John Doran, M.D., FACP, (center) as a founding member of the school’s Aesculapian Laureate Society. The new society recognizes alumni who have given more than $1 million to the Long School of Medicine.

Alumnus’ passion for science and his desire to help others earns him founding membership in new society.

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Graduate Dedicated to Family, Patients, Students, Giving Back

Steven J. Cyr, M.D., created the OsteoCorps educational comic book to increase youngsters’ interest in education and to make medicine less intimidating. Dr. Cyr and his cast of four costumed heroes and four villains make presentations at charitable events and at local schools.

2016 Alumnus of the Year dedicated to family, spine patients, students and giving back to community.

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