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

Green UH
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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
As the UH Policies and Procedures World Turns…

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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Girls Scout Troop Visits the UHDPS

Assistant Chief Brad Wigtil and Fire Marshal Bob Bowden made presentations to Girl Scout Troop 29173 on March 19. The girls were able to view the Department of Public Safety through the eyes of the Assistant Chief of Police and the Fire Marshal. They were also able to share their own experiences and obtain safety tips along the way.

The first stop was a presentation on fire safety, exit strategies and the Fire Marshal vehicle by Fire Marshal Bowden. The Fire Marshal emphasized the need to be aware of fire related hazards in their homes. The Fire Marshal was pleased to hear about the safety measures each girl had in place at her home already. The fire safety tour was so exciting it was difficult to pull the girls away to the next presentation.

Assistant Chief Wigtil shared information about safety with the future UH students. One big hit was when Assistant Chief Wigtil asked the girl scouts “what do you think a police officer might need in the back of the police vehicle?” Later the group enjoyed a tour of the police department, a police vehicle and the holding cells. The girls also had an opportunity to step into the dispatch center and listen to the police dispatcher receive a call, and then, dispatch that call to the police officer in the field. Very exciting!

Several of the girls wanted to know what our next department tour would be on campus. The girl scouts and their parents had an outstanding time visiting the University of Houston and the Department of Public Safety.