The Office of Alumni Relations and the McGovern Medical School Alumni Association’s Board of Trustees work together closely to engage you with programming that you find fun, meaningful, and memorable.
We are excited to showcase the many things we do to keep you involved with each other, students, and the school, so please take some time to explore our website to read alumni news, hear about upcoming events, check out pictures from events you missed, sign up for our quarterly alumni newsletter, The Breezeway and update your contact information.
If you live in the Austin, Dallas, or Houston area, you’ve had the opportunity to attend one of our student focused events at the home of an alumnus/a. These areas have a large number of students who attend McGovern Medical School, along with larger populations of alumni. However, coming soon, please look for us in San Antonio and other areas for alumni receptions and networking opportunities. We would love to see you when we come to your area.
We understand that a lot happens in your careers and sometimes you can’t wait until the next reunion or event to inform your classmates of your personal and professional accomplishments, so in the meantime, let us know what’s happening with you. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be featured in our “Class Notes” section of the website.
Want to get involved? There are many ways to show your alumni pride. We’re looking for class agents to act as a leader on class projects/challenges and to reach out to classmates to attend events. Additionally, if you’re interested in hosting an alumni reception or allowing a student to shadow you at work, please complete our volunteer form here. You can also get involved by donating. We’ve seen proof that our alumni can come together for an important cause, such as the Strobel Challenge, but there’s still more work to do. For more information on where your class stands, visit here.
Thank you for your continued support. It is greatly appreciated.
Derrick J. Miller
Director, Alumni Relations