Administration and Finance Focus

April 2009
April 2011
Employee Spotlight – Joe Mendez

Student Spotlight – Ed Hoff

Events Calendar



UH Fresh Food Company Selected as National Training Site

FSAC Selects Residential Student Representatives

UH Dining Calendar for April 2011

HUB Statistics

Office Supply Vendor

Revised Cost Center Verification Procedures

Toner Scam Alert

Worklist Update

AT&T Offers UH Employees Savings on Wireless

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RecycleMania Olympics a Hit with UH Students

“Mr. Roboto” Wins Art of Recycling Contest

C.L.A.S.P. Hosts First Community Garden

Office of General Counsel in the Practice of Going Green

Lights out for a Cause: Hilton College Participates in Earth Hour

UH Freshman Wins SWACURH First Year Experience Award

Campus Housing Fair Held

Parking and Transportation
PTS Prepares for Construction of Third

Student Calls ERP His Parking Lot of Choice

Policies and Procedures
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Public Safety
Pies for Babies

Girl Scout Troop Visits the UHDPS

Shots Fired and Flashpoint Instructional Videos Bring Awareness to the Campus Community

Students Win $100 Gift Card for Participation in the Have An Exit Strategy Surveys

UHDPS Offers Rape Aggression Defense


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University community gardeners from across the nation come together for the first time at the University of Houston for the First Annual National University and College Community Garden Summit on April 8–9. University of Houston’s Community Learning Agricultural Sustainability Program (schools to the summit to discuss different aspects of maintaining a community garden and meet with their peers.

“The purpose of the summit is to share best practices, share solutions and answers to problems and questions and grow together as a community,” said Leah Wolfthal, C.L.A.S.P. Coordinator.

Eleven schools attended the summit sessions held in the multipurpose rooms in Calhoun Lofts. Friday evening, participants were given a tour of the Houston area community gardens and a moonlit walk through Memorial Park. Guests had the option of organic, local dining at either SNAP Kitchen or Field of Greens.

The next morning, participants had the option to rise early for Relaxation Garden Yoga followed by check-in and breakfast. Six sessions explored topics such as the basics of starting a garden, student involvement and marketing your garden, fiscal sustainability, and gardening for health. One session also discussed environmental sustainability to look at ways to conserve water and energy, composting, rooftop gardening and aquaponic gardening practices. The last session explored options for connecting the community to your garden, whether the academic or outside community.

“We hope schools will leave with relationships they can rely on for when they need help in the future and to also share their successes with,” Wolfthal said.

For more information on the summit and the Campus Community Garden, visit the C.L.A.S.P. Facebook fan page.