Better Brains, Better Policies, Better Futures Better Brains, Better Policies, Better Futures explores how the science of early childhood brain development can inform policy-making, and aims to identify the most cost-effective and successful policies for supporting young childrens healthy growth.
This nationally recognized program is designed to educate persons to recognize and respond to the signs of suicidal thinking and behaviors. Individuals will learn how to ask the suicide question, how to persuade the person to contact appropriate assistance, and how to identify referral options.
This workshop explores dynamics of power and privilege, its effect on others and society, and ways we can change our behavior in becoming better allies to alleviate barriers.
Take part in a scholarship workshop to help you find and win scholarships to pay for college. During the workshop, attendees will find ways to access additional opportunities outside of UH and receive tips on how to write essays for scholarships.
Undergraduate Research Day celebrates the research accomplishments of University of Houston undergraduate students. Over 250 students from all academic disciplines who participated in a faculty-mentored research experience during the last year will present their findings at the event.
"Fridays at Moores" continues with a performance by Percussion Ensemble I.
David Bertman, Cameron Kubos, directors
Enjoy a day of biking through downtown Houston, shopping at a farmers markets and visiting Discovery Green.
The Moores School of Music's Concert Chorale and Coro perform Arthur Gottschalk's "Requiem for the Living."
Blake Wilkins, conductor