Administration and Finance Focus
 
 

April 2009
March 2011
SPOTLIGHT
Employee Spotlight – David Johnson

Student Spotlight – Bethel Glumac

CALENDAR
March
Events Calendar

NOTES AND NEWS

Dining

Dining Plan Approved for 2011-12

Branch out your Burger Savvy with Four New Burger Creations at Burger Studio

UH Hilton Restaurant Manager Wins Spirit of Hilton Award

Don’t Keep it to Yourself – Share your Opinions with UH Dining Services

Executive Chef Brent Gorman Earns ProChef’s Certified Chef de Cuisine
Designation


Catering on Cullen March Special

Finance
HUB Statistics

University Travel Insurance Discontinued

P-Card and Travel Card Update

Office Supply Vendor Show on March 10


Green UH
UH Earns Silver STARS Rating for Sustainability Initiatives

Winner Chosen for Green UH T-shirt Contest

METRO On-site Service Brings Students to Green Commuter Fair

Urban Harvest – Planning the Spring Vegetable
Garden



Housing
New Online Housing Application to Streamline Process

Residents Make Valentines for Hospitalized Children


Parking and Transportation
Parking Strategic Plan Approved by Board of Regents

Response to Cullen Field Concerns

Frontier Fiesta
Parking Plan


Keeping you Posted on METRO’s Light Rail Construction

METRO Service to the Houston Rodeo

Plant Operations
CenterPoint Energy Easement Clearing

Policies and Procedures
As the UH Policies and Procedures World Turns..

Public Safety
University Oaks Community Parking Follow Up

Obtaining Employee Driver Records is Now Quick and Economical

Stay Green and Donate

 


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WINNER CHOSEN FOR GREEN UH T-SHIRT CONTEST


Congratulations to David Delgado! Delgado created the winning design that will be displayed on the new Green UH T-shirts available for purchase at the UH Bookstore in April 2011. Along with the chance to showcase his work on the shirts, he also received a $100 gift card to Barnes and Noble.

“I haven’t really won anything before, therefore it feels a bit surreal to have won,” Delgado said. “It feels great to have my artwork appreciated and to have won something for it.”

The freshman business major said he felt the contest was a great opportunity to contribute to the Green UH organization and its cause. He said his family had each been involved in the arts at some point of their lives and grew up with art all around him.

The submissions were judged by the Sustainability Task Force and Delgado’s design came out on top. “Cougar Recycles a Can” will be shown in white print on a green Alta Gracia T-shirt available for purchase in sizes small to 2XL in time for Earth Day. Alta Gracia has committed to producing sweat-free apparel, providing workers with a sustainable standard of living and the opportunity to raise their families out of poverty.

Green UH hosted the contest to give students the opportunity to use their talent to promote the Green UH mission. All designs were required to meet specifications and incorporate the Green UH brand logo.

To get involved and learn more about Green UH, visit www.uh.edu/green.