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GALVESTON COLLEGE SETS LECTURE ON THE BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR

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By Galveston College
The Fascinating World of the Brain and Behavior” will
be the focus of a presentation in the 2017-18 Galveston
College Lecture Series on “The Brain” on Tuesday, Feb.
13, at 7 p.m. in the Abe and Annie Seibel Foundation
Wing on the Galveston College campus, 4015 Avenue Q,
Galveston, Texas.
The guest speaker will be Dr. Tammy Cupit, director of
Nursing Science and Innovation at UTMB Health.
Dr. Cupit is an avid nurse scientist and has been both
a principal and co-investigator in over half a dozen single
and multi-site nursing research studies resulting in national
and international presentations as well as publications
that include a policy brief and the first coauthored
study published in the United States examining front-line
operational failures detected by medical-surgical nurses
during their usual work shifts.
She serves on the Institutional Review Board and the
Institutional Ethics Committee, is vice chair of the Institutional
Conflict of Interest Committee and chair of the
Nursing Peer Review Committee for the entire UTMB
Health System and has an adjunct associate professor
appointment with the UTMB School of Nursing.
Dr. Cupit has received numerous awards over the past
several years, including a community service award,
two Good Samaritan Excellence in Nursing awards, the
Sigma Theta Tau International Excellence in Mentoring
award and the UTMB Anna Pearl Rains Nursing Leadership
Award.
She is active in professional organizations, including
the American Nurses Association, the Texas Nurses Association
and the Association for Nursing Professional
Development, chairs the Texas Medical Center’s Nursing
Science Research Collaborative and volunteers with
CASA, CPS and local schools where she collaborates
with fellow nurses to provide family life and sexual health
education.
The free lecture is open to the public.

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