In a farewell letter to his colleagues on the final day of his tenure as Chancellor of The University of Texas System, Admiral William H. McRaven wrote the following:
Last Friday, I had the great pleasure of meeting three phenomenal educators – the latest inductees into The University of Texas System Academy of Distinguished Teachers. Loyal readers of this blog know that the Academy was created to recognize the best of the best, and to enlist them as advocates for innovation and excellence in teaching.
The 2018 inductees are:
Yesterday I had the pleasure of helping usher in a new era of leadership for UT San Antonio at the inauguration of President Taylor Eighmy.
What if taking your child to see an asthma specialist meant missing work and an hours-long drive? What if the nearest oncologist was 100 miles away?
Physical proximity to quality healthcare is a blessing those of us living in or around big cities sometimes take for granted. But throw a dart at a map of Texas, and you’ll likely hit a spot where access to care is anything but a given. Nearly six in ten Texas physicians practice in just five of our state’s 254 counties. Sixty-four counties have no hospital, and 24 lack even a single primary care physician.
Like millions of Americans, I will spend much of the next three days glued to the TV, watching some of the best professional and college football teams slug it out on the gridiron. But I’m pretty sure my favorite football moment of the season has already taken place – a highlight you don’t have to love football, or sports at all, to appreciate.