The Monthly Financial Report compares the results of operations between the current year-to-date cumulative amounts and the prior year-to-date cumulative amounts.
UT Southwestern Medical Center
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
The Consolidated Annual Financial Report for UT System with audit opinion from Deloitte & Touche, which includes Management’s Discussion and Analysis and footnotes to the financial statements.
Each general academic institution and health related institution shall report, by December 1 of each year of the biennium, to the Legislative Budget Board and Governor, the following information: (a) The amount of research funds awarded to the institution in the prior fiscal year, from appropriations made elsewhere in this Act, from the following, listed individually by source of funding: 1. Core Research Support; 2. Texas Research University Fund; 3. Comprehensive Research Fund; 4. Available National Research University Fund; 5.
As required by the General Appropriations Act, a Report of Higher Education Employees Group Insurance Contributions Appropriations Transfers must be submitted to required legislative bodies.
Within the General Appropriation Act, Article IX, Section 6.10 (a) and (e), - Limitations on State Employment Levels require state agencies and institutions of higher education to report when the number of full time equivalent (FTE) employees paid from appropriated funds exceed the limit established by the Act.
My goal in the classroom is to create a teaching-learning team that works in both directions, communicating and keeping stress low and humor high while at the same time constantly challenging ideas. It is important to teach the facts and concepts, but also work hard at connecting the dots into a big picture that will "stick" and lead to creative and analytical thinking. I urge my students to take time to celebrate the Eureka/"got it" moments in real time while learning to thrive on failure and move forward despite it.
My teaching philosophy is to be passionate, enthusiastic, and engaging during each lecture so that students are excited to learn more about the topic and become active, life-long learners. The future of biomedical science is in the hands of the students we teach, those we mentor toward careers as scientists and physicians. In research we are only as good as our last experiment; the students we mentor and their own students are legacies that will endure.
Teaching is a selfish activity. You get to learn new things all the time. You have the delight of presenting new ideas to others, and awakening new ways for others to experience the world. Countless students enlighten and enrich you with their own perspectives. You get to mold the future. What's not to like?
When I teach, I strive to render the complex simple. I try to make the road forward negotiable by pointing out twists and turns that confounded me as a student. Clarity makes pathology accessible and exciting. Engaged students build a solid foundation of pathology and pathophysiology upon which they place insights from their clinical training both in medical school and throughout their lives as practicing physicians.