Provost Steven Leslie (left), who says the medical school was a highlight of his six years as top academic officer, will continue developing key Dell Medical School partnership agreements through the end of the year.
In an op-ed piece published by the Austin American-Statesman, Provost Steven Leslie addresses concerns that Dell Medical School's relationship with Seton Healthcare Family might limit medical education. We intend to meet and exceed national accrediting standards in all areas of medical care, including women's health and end-of-life care.
Now that the University of Texas System has signed off on the medical campus master plan and Central Health and Seton Healthcare Family have created the Community Care Collaborative, what are the next agreements and approvals needed to make the Dell Medical School a reality.
After nearly 130 years of anticipation, a medical school is joining UT’s academic flagship in Austin. Like any upstart, the Dell Medical School will have to deal with a number of challenges before graduating its first white coats. We take a look at how UT is gearing up.
The University of Texas at Austin is looking for “the chief architect, executive and intellectual leader” of the new Dell Medical School, according to a newly posted job description for its inaugural dean.
Tomorrow the University of Texas System Board of Regents will consider a $334 million plan to construct a medical school at The University of Texas at Austin. Construction of the Dell Medical School will bring focus to the university’s diverse biomedical research as it helps transform community health care, UT Austin President Bill Powers told regents Wednesday.
A committee of 18 educators, community leaders, health professionals and students has begun the search for a founding dean of the Dell Medical School, the first new medical school among top-ranked research universities in more than 35 years.