Employee Focus

April 2009
July 2009
Five Minutes With University Copy Center: Copier Leasing Program 

Employee Spotlight
Focus on Paul Lozano


July Events Calendar

Dining Services
Ask the Dietitian Service

Using Run Controls in the Finance System

Sales Tax Holiday Information

Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Statistics

Distribution of New
P-Cards/Travel Cards

Green UH
Office Supply Swap-A-Thon

HRMS Updates

Human Resources
ePAR Updates

Financial Seminars for Employees

FrontLine Employee Assistance Program

Plant Operations
University of Houston Traffic Notice

Policies and Procedures
June Approved Policies

Printing and Postal
USPS Standard Mail New Address Requirements

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Paul Lozano has been at the University of Houston since 1987. Believe it or not, he actually began with the UH Police Department working as a Parking Enforcement Officer. Paul spent 5 years doing the difficult but necessary job of issuing citations to violators in parking lots on campus. After spending many a day working in the lots as a Parking Enforcement Assistant he had an opportunity to advance to the position of Lot Maintenance Assistant. As many of us already know, Paulís positive nature was something special that the University of Houston could benefit greatly from. Paul took a brief absence from the University of Houston but soon realized that his place was here with the campus community; he returned in April 2000 as the Manager for the UHDPS Parking Enforcement Division.

We all know Paul as a happy, easy going and friendly coworker. What you may not know is that he is an optimistic driving force behind Parking Enforcement, Lot Maintenance, Field Shuttle Service/Charters and Parking Special Events. He works hard to ensure that any parking or shuttle changes on the campus will only benefit the students, faculty, staff and visitors.