BIKE DONATION TO DEPARTMENT OF AUXILIARY SERVICES
The season is upon us to celebrate the act of giving. To close out the 2010 year, the
Department of Public Safety is donating two lost and found bikes to the Department of
TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE
PERMIT RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FY
SITE FENCING TO BE INSTALLED
Starting January 10, 2011, additional site fencing will be installed to accommodate the
chilled water expansion portion of the project.
KING GETS A MAKEOVER
Smoothie King and the C3 Convenience
Store team up to bring customers the
best of both worlds with a new
expanded Smoothie King at the Campus
Recreation and Wellness Center
MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING EVENT 2009
Police Officers Aaron O’Donley and Frank Rosas attended the Mothers Against Drunk Driving event this Tuesday.
ADDITIONAL DUTY SAFETY OFFICER ORIENTATION ADSO) TRAINING
The University of Houston Department of Public Safety arranged with the State Office of Risk
Management to conduct training for our security officers to aid them in their daily duties
to look for and eliminate unsafe conditions around campus.
HURRICANE IKE LANDSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS - UNIVERSITY DRIVE IMPROVEMENTS
In an effort to cause as little disruption as possible to students, faculty and staff, the
contractor for the Hurricane Ike Landscape Improvements will be concentrating on the
University Drive esplanades over the next 3 weeks.
CAMPUS LANDSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS CONTINUE
Construction continues on the campus beautification and landscaping project.
NEW FOOD SAFETY SPECIALIST JOINS UH TEAM
Sondra Washington, a UH alumni, recently joined the UH staff as Food Safety Specialist.
COUGAR CARD OFFERS NEW MOBILE SERVICE
Cougar Card finds yet another way to excel in customer service by greeting UH’s incoming students with a new convenient mobile service.
NEW SUSTAINABILITY COURSE OFFERED IN SPRING
Students get the chance to personally make a difference in sustaining the university as well
as the city of Houston with a new course offering in the spring.
CAMPUS COMMUNITY GARDEN GIVES BACK
Two Houston charities have more food
to hand out for the holidays thanks
to the Campus Community Garden.
OFFERS BIGGER DRINK SIZE
Starbucks offers more perk for your
buck with new Trenta size offered
for cold drinks.
DONATES TOYS TO CHILDREN AT THE
Twenty-six children at the
Baker-Ripley Neighborhood Center
will have a brighter holiday season
this year thanks to the support of
the University of Houston community
and UH Dining Services.
RECOMMENDATIONS FY 2011
HOLIDAY SAFETY 2010
Employees should be alert of their surroundings; criminals sometimes try to take
advantage of the holiday spirit in the workplace.
HOLIDAY DECORATING 2010
With winter weather and the holiday season rapidly approaching, holiday decorations will be arriving on campus.
FINALS MANIA BIGGER THAN EVER
Cougar spirit filled the MD Anderson
Library on Tuesday night as students
looped through the building to take
a break from the stress of finals
week to enjoy a pancake breakfast.
RENTAL PROGRAM GREAT SUCCESS
Students have more options than ever
this fall with the addition of the
textbook rental program.
RACKS BEING INSTALLED
Parking and Transportation Services
has begun installation of almost 20
new bike racks at various locations
GREEN WITH NEW TRASH BINS
It is out with the old and in with
the new for trash containers at the
University Center and Philip Guthrie
HOLIDAY SPIRIT - DONATE A TOY WITH
UH Dining Services is hosting a toy
drive for children at the
Baker-Ripley Neighborhood Center,
and they need your support.
AHEAD FOR ENERGY RESEARCH PARK
The University of Houston Energy
Research Park gears up for some
major renovations as they prepare to
welcome students to their grounds.
CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS - FRIDAY
underway today, December 3, could
result in reductions in parking
DETOURS BUS SERVICES DURING THE
GUADALUPANA CELEBRATION AND THE
MAYOR'S HOLIDAY CELEBRATION
METRO detours for the Guadualupana
Celebration and the Mayor's Holiday
CEMO HALL PARTIAL STREET CLOSURE - DEC 1ST - DEC 8TH
On Wednesday, December 1, 2010, there will be a Partial
Street Closing between the Y Building and Cemo Hall for
interruption from Dec. 3, 8 p.m. to
Dec. 5, 11:59 p.m. To allow
construction of a bridge for Texas