Adam Blum believes that he and his fellow Centurions are poised to join the next generation of global leaders.
Members of the Chancellor’s Centurions recently gathered at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. At the meeting, the members learned about the goals of MD Anderson's Cancer Network, from developing suburban clinics in local communities to forging co-branded comprehensive cancer centers with prominent health care systems worldwide.
A Fresh Perspective
From every generation, a group of leaders emerges to offer unique observations about the challenges facing higher education and health care in Texas.
The University of Texas System has established the Centurions program to capture that perspective, and the energy behind it, for the benefit of the UT System, Texas and beyond.
Our Centurions are named for the extraordinary young commanders of the ancient Roman army. Known for their skill and courage, they often joined battles on the front lines, leading and inspiring by example.