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HCLI 2017

CHC Affiliate Blog: Health Communication: Leadership as Evolution

By Mike Mackert

This week is the Center for Health Communication’s professional development event: the Health Communication Leadership Institute (HCLI). As our team prepares for the fourth annual HCLI, I’m struck by the evolution of this event.

CHC impact report

2018: A Year of Growth

By Mike Mackert

The 2017-18 academic year saw the CHC bring on five new team members and take on a range of new projects with partners across campus and the state. I could not be more proud of what the CHC accomplished in the last year, and I know more exciting things are ahead.


Mental Health group

Mental Health and Health Communication: A Theme (and an Experiment) for 2018-2020

By Mike Mackert

When I was appointed director of the Center for Health Communication (CHC) a little over a year ago, one of my first orders of business was to connect with other center directors across campus. I wanted to know more about how they ran their organizations, ask for their advice on where I might want to take the CHC, and generally benefit from the wisdom of successful colleagues.

Mental Health and Health Communication

UT Center for Health Communication to Launch Theme on Mental Health and Health Communication

The University of Texas at Austin Center for Health (CHC) is proud to announce the launch of a new 2-year theme: Mental Health and Health Communication. The theme will begin in Fall 2018 and run throughout the 2018-19 and 2019-2020 academic years.


We're Hiring a Senior Graphic Designer

Senior Graphic Designer Position Available

The Center for Health Communication (CHC) at the University of Texas at Austin is seeking applicants to fill a Senior Graphic Designer position, beginning immediately.

CHC all hands meeting

Letter From the Director: The CHC 2017-2018 Year in Review

Exhale. On the tail end of a whirlwind of activity for the Center for Health Communication (CHC), the 2017-2018 year is coming to a close. With a moment to pause and reflect, I wanted to take some time to recognize our big successes in the last year and preview what is coming next.