Black Students of Health Professions
Founded in 2021, the Black Students of Health Professions was established to foster an environment designed to enrich and promote the excellence of Black and African American students in the School of Health Professions. Our goal is to increase the prevalence of Black and African American students within the classroom, as well as in the work force.
Dallas Grub Club
Founded in fall 2022, the Dallas Grub Club invites all members of the UT Southwestern community to join together for a meal. Started by a couple of out-of-state foodies, this group is all about exploring the diverse culinary scene around DFW. Our monthly dinners are for voracious eaters looking to have fun and make connections with other UT Southwestern students.
FOCUS – Clinical Psychology Student Organization
The Faculty and Student Organization of Clinical Psychology was established in fall 2006 to promote student and faculty collaboration and camaraderie through community service, fellowship, and alumni outreach.
The Heartstrings was formed to provide a musical outlet for instrumentalists. Although this is a contemporary, pop music-oriented string orchestra, classical repertoire is explored as well. We perform for school-wide events such as multicultural weekend and have exciting collaborations with the Lymph Notes and other organizations.
Latinxs in Health Professions
Founded in fall 2021, Latinxs in Health Professions will provide an environment to unite diverse students with Latinx/Hispanic backgrounds and allies within the School of Health Professions. We aim to emphasize the importance of representation in health care fields and advocate for the Latinx/Hispanic student body.
Founded in 2010, we are the Lymph Notes, the premier a cappella group at UTSW! We are composed of members of the UTSW community from all campuses, including medical students, graduate students, health professions students, postdocs, and more. Our fun, friendly atmosphere offers a respite from the pressures of higher education while fostering a greater arts presence on campus. We are proud to perform at a variety of campus events, including Medical School interviews, the Multicultural Show, and department holiday parties. We also contribute to the greater Dallas community by performing at local hospitals. Come sing with the Lymph Notes and feed your musical passion!
M-Cats Jazz Group
To provide a venue for the musical expression of ideas and feelings in an organized and nonjudgmental environment. The M-Cats jazz group is open to all students, faculty, and staff. All skill levels are welcome. The M-Cats Jazz Group is comprised of students, researchers, and staff. Although we play old school jazz, we also play some fusion and Latin jazz. Members maintain busy schedules but come together to rehearse for upcoming gigs. The defining characteristic of the M-Cat’s music is the joy of performing together in the perpetual push to grow creatively. Our sound is constantly changing as band members come and go while they progress through their education and careers at UTSW.
Non-Traditional Student Organization
The Non-traditional Student Organization aims to support non-traditional students as they transition to medical school and provide a community where they can share their diverse backgrounds and serve as a resource to navigate the challenges of medical school while balancing outside obligations.
The Note-o-chords represents a network of musicians of all types in the UT Southwestern community. Our goal is to facilitate organization of recreational musical groups as well as public performances on campus and elsewhere. In the academic year 2014-2015 members performed at the MS1 Anatomy Vigil, Clements University Hospital opening events, the St. Basil Catholic Society Annual Winter Concert, and Celebration of Cultures (Mariachi and Tango groups). Members have also organized small groups, including multiple chamber groups and a popular music group. We hope to expand performance and musical service opportunities, and we encourage musicians on campus to contact us with their ideas.
Project Momentum (PM)
We aim to increase access to a healthy life for justice-involved youth in greater Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex through health education sessions and one-on-one peer mentoring, as well as fostering a greater sense of community and support among adolescents who share experiences of being involved with the justice system.
UTSW SHPride is an organization that was created to foster fellowship between members and allies of the LGBTQ+ community within the School of Health Professions. Members commit themselves to maintain a safe space for all individuals within the organization. With a very diverse student population within the School of Health Professions, this organization aims to represent and reaffirm students within the LGBTQ+ community.
Southwestern Life Support
Southwestern Life is a support organization for the spouses, significant others, and families of UT Southwestern students and is sponsored by the Faculty Women’s Auxiliary. The club sponsors several social activities throughout the year. Our main objective is to provide the social support and camaraderie that can be so beneficial during these years of training.