Texas A&M Health Science Center wrapped up its two day anniversary celebration on Saturday night.
A reception was hosted at the Bush Presidential Museum Rotunda for past, current, and future graduates of the center.
The Health Science Center first opened its doors back in 1977.
For three decades, the institution has been providing training to our state and national healthcare professionals.
The Jean and Thomas McMullin Dean of Medicine Doctor Christopher Colenda said because of the center's impressive history, the next 30 years are looking great.
"We're building a new health science center campus in Bryan, Texas," Colenda said. "We're expanding our class to over 200 students over the next four years. We are building our research program and our graduate program."
Anniversary celebrations ended with a reunion dinner with U.S. Representative Chet Edwards giving the keynote address.
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