CENTRAL PLANT ACCESS ROAD CLOSURE posted 5/31/11
On Saturday, June 4, 2011, the Central Plant Addition Project is scheduled for access road closure for the delivery of an electrical transformer.
UH FACILITIES CONDITION ASSESSMENT FCA) PROJECT
The University in support of its master and long
term capital plan development will be conducting facility
condition and building systems assessments.
BOARD OF REGENTS APPROVES NEW RESIDENCE HALLS AND WEST DINING HALL posted
5/26/11 UH is moving on up in the ranks and, with recent decisions by the Board of Regents, student life is gaining ground along with it.
FACULTY/STAFF SPECIAL: $5 FRIDAY
EVERY WEEK DURING SUMMER
5/23/11 As a special treat for the
dedicated faculty and staff who
brave the summer months on campus,
UH Dining Services is expanding its
$5 Friday event schedule to include
every Friday from June 3 to August
LIFE & HOUSING IN FOR A BUSY SUMMER
The residence halls closed
for the spring semester on Friday,
May 13, at noon.
- 15C posted 5/20/11
In order to accommodate
parking needs for the Dynamo Game
scheduled for Saturday May 21, lot
15C will be closed beginning Friday,
May 20 at 8:00 p.m.
CLICK IT OR TICKET
The annual Texas Department of Transportation Click It or Ticket Mobilization campaign will
begin Monday, May 23, 2011.
CLASSROOM AND BUSINESS BUILDING ACCESS ROAD CLOSURE FOR CRANE DELIVERY
On Saturday, May 21, 2011, the new Classroom and Business Building is scheduled for access
road closure for a crane delivery.
CLASSROOM AND BUSINESS BUILDING SIDEWALK CLOSURE
On Monday, May 23, 2011, the new Classroom and Business Building is scheduled for a sidewalk closure.
ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE HOSTS
STUDENT LEADERSHIP FORUM ON JUNE 1
Students get the inside
scoop on the inner workings of the
university at the third annual UH
Student Leadership Forum on June 1,
OUR STUDENTS WITH ON CAMPUS JOBS
We all benefit when you
hire students to work in your
TO GET NEW ENERGY-EFFICIENT
EQUIPMENT posted 5/17/11
Taco Bell in the UC
Satellite will be joining the march
toward a greener UH this summer when
it receives new Grilled-to-Order
UH DINING SERVICES YEAR IN REVIEW
UH Dining Services has had a busy year. The Fresh Food Company in Moody Towers opened
at the start of the fall semester, and looking back on the numbers from the past few months and
comparing them to the 2009-10 academic year it’s easy to see that the University’s reputation
is not the only thing growing at an accelerated rate.
UH MAIN CAMPUS MOSQUITO SPRAYING
In an effort to control mosquitoes on the UH Main Campus,
the Grounds Department – Facilities Management is notifying the campus
community of the scheduled mosquito spray application.
ACCEPTS EXECUTIVE DIRECTORSHIP FOR
RESIDENTIAL LIFE & HOUSING
The Division of Student
Affairs announces the hiring of Don
Yackley as the University of
Houston's new executive director of
residential life and housing.
COMMENCEMENT MAY 2011 TRAFFIC ALERT
Graduation ceremonies at the University of Houston
begin tomorrow (May 13) and continue through Saturday (May 14).
AWARENESS FOR PREPAREDNESS WALK
The 2nd Annual “Awareness for Preparedness Walk’ with the Department of Inner-City Emergency
Response will take place on Sunday, May 22, 2011.
RANGE PLAN PUBLIC WORKSHOPS
METRO is hosting a series of
public workshops to discuss the
future of transit in our region.
Parking and Transportation
Services is advising all students,
faculty, staff and visitors to the
University of Houston campus to be
extra cautious and aware of
increased vehicular and pedestrian
traffic on campus Friday May 13 and
Saturday May 14 for spring
TOWERS ELEVATOR FIXED
Elevator #2 in Moody Towers
North is back in service after the
motor was repaired.
COFFEE NOT THE ONLY FAIR TRADE OPTION ON CAMPUS posted
By now it is common knowledge that fair trade certified coffee is served at all coffee locations on campus.
OBERHOLTZER HALL TO RETIRE AT END OF
Lou Steward, more commonly
known as Miss Lou, has been with
Dining Services for 42 years and is
retiring at the end of the semester.
PUBLIC INPUT ON STATION NAMES FOR
NEW LIGHT RAIL LINES
The New METRO Board of
Directors aims to find out as it
invites you to help name the new
NEW COCONUT FRAPPUCCINOS ARE A FRESH START TO SUMMER AT STARBUCKS
You may have noticed the new Mocha Coconut and Coconut Crème Frappuccinos at Starbucks over the past week.
CATERING ON CULLEN OFFERS FRESH SUMMER MENU TO FIT ANY BUDGET
Now that summer is upon us, Catering on Cullen has added a seasonal menu to their traditional offerings to compliment the types of events and cravings that come along with the summer months.
ROSES AT GARDEN SHOW SUPPORT FOR CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION
It’s a beautiful symbol of love and hope for people close to a cause, and now this symbol will grace the landscape of the UH Campus Community Garden.
NATIONAL ARSON AWARENESS WEEK
The Department of Public Safety Fire Marshal's Officer asks that you take minute to read
the U.S. Fire Administration, Community Arson Prevention, National Arson Awareness Week Media Kit.
GREEN SOLUTIONS: NEW PROJECT TEACHES STUDENTS TO FIX RECYCLING CHALLENGE
Determination has paid off for the College of Architecture Student Council.
CELEBRATE THE END OF THE SEMESTER WITH A CINCO DE MAYO DINNER PARTY AT THE FRESH FOOD COMPANY
Let loose before finals and come have dinner with us on Cinco de Mayo at the Fresh Food Company.
THE CITY: RESEARCHING HOUSTON
Thursday, May 5, 1-3 p.m. Dr.
Dan Price's students will present
projects from their class.
PROGRAM BRINGS STUDENTS AND FACULTY
Not only do they share their
knowledge in the classroom, but
these faculty share their day-to-day
life and experiences by living
alongside students in residential
facilities as part of the
Faculty-in-Residence (FIR) program.