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Houston City Scope January 2017


(L-R): Maria Lowrey, Rachel Solar and Kristy Bradshaw.

Texas Children’s Hospital’s 21st Annual
What’s Up, Doc? Event

On Nov. 17, more than 250 guests attended the 21st annual What’s Up, Doc? event at Texas Children’s Hospital. The inspiring evening, chaired by Rachael and Jason Volz, offered attendees the unique opportunity to dine with physicians to discuss current health issues and learn more about the innovative research, treatments and incredible care provided by the hospital.

What’s Up, Doc? emphasizes the importance of supporting physician and staff education, as well as the funding of fellowships and other training positions to help Texas Children’s recruit and retain the world’s best medical talent. The heart of Texas Children’s is its people – the professional medical, nursing and health care staff who provide the highest quality patient care possible, train the next generation of caregivers and conduct research leading to new treatments and cures for pediatric illnesses and injuries.

(L-R): Mark A. Wallace, President and CEO of Texas Children’s Hospital, and Dr. David Roth, chief of urology at Texas Children’s Hospital.

(L-R): Dr. Charles Hankins, chief medical officer Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands; Michelle Riley-Brown, executive vice president Texas Children’s Hospital and president Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands; and Dr. Jeffrey Shilt, chief surgical officer Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands.

Rachael and Jason Volz, What’s Up, Doc? chairs.
PHOTO – PAUL V. KUNTZ/TEXAS CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

 

 

Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Adds $1.2
Million To Scholarship Support For 2017

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo will award more than $14.2 million in scholarships alone in 2017, increasing its previously announced 2017 educational commitment by 5 percent, bringing the full 2017 educational commitment to more than $26 million.

As college tuition costs continue to rise, the Show will increase all $18,000 four-year college scholarships to $20,000 awards, beginning with the 2017 scholarship awards.

High school seniors graduating in May 2017 will be the first to take advantage of this increase. Scholarship applications for eligible high school seniors are available at rodeohouston.com/­Educational-Support/Scholars/Apply. For more information, visit rodeohous­ton.com/Educational-Support/Com­mitment.

 

 


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