Spirit of Support: Coming Together After Hurricane Harvey
In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, The Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas (TAMEST) stands with our scientists and researchers and their organizations as they begin the long road to recovery from this devastating storm.
We are especially grateful to be part of a state that has the well-being of our employees, patients, family and community members at heart when faced with such an obstacle. The level of care and understanding that was seen across so many of our members and member institutions has been truly inspiring.
The stories of collaboration, support and perseverance that have come out of this disaster are what makes our state special. Texas will stay strong, and Texas will recover.
Below are links to some of the stories that show that strength:
- Texas Monthly: Riding Out the Storm at Houston’s Texas Medical Center
- The University of Texas at Austin News: UT Marine Scientists to Relocate Temporarily to Texas A&M’s Corpus Christi Campus
- Houston Chronicle: The Texas Medical Center defeated Harvey (Former U.S. representative, Ken Bentsen)
- The Washington Post: Some hospitals evacuated, but Houston’s medical world mostly withstands Harvey
- The University of Texas System: Texans Stop for No Storm (Chancellor McRaven)
- Nature: How labs are coping with Hurricane Harvey’s devastating floods
- Houston Business Journal: Texas Medical Center hospitals remain operational during historic flooding
- The University of Texas at Austin; Office of the President: The Impact of Hurricane Harvey
- Rice University: Message from President David Leebron
Photo by Tech. Sgt. Larry E. Reid Jr., U.S. Air Force