, a graduate student in the School of Art, and his sculptures were featured in the KHOU-CBS11 report, Houston artist creates beach trash sculptures along waterways
Creative Writing graduate students and Karyna McGlynn
and Zachary Martin
, as well as Blaffer Art Museum curatorial fellow Amy Powell
, were interviewed by the Houston Chronicle for the article Gulf Coast: A merger of literature and art
about the merger of Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature and Fine Arts
and Art Lies
Clinical assistant professor Scot Pott
of the Department of Communication Science and Disorders is featured in the Houston Chronicle
article, In a silent classroom, students learn unique language
, about UH being the only Texas university of offering a bachelor's degree in American Sign Language Interpreting. On its chron.com Website, the newspaper also ran the Hands-on Skills photo gallery
featuring Professor Pott and several students.
, director of the Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program, is quoted in the KIAH-CW39 report, National birth rates at an all-time low
. Dr. Gregory also wrote the opinion article, Women's suffrage Texas-style
, published in the Houston Chronicle.
Brown Foundation Professor of Hispanic Studies Nicolás Kanellos
is quoted in the McClatchy wire service article PBS series on Latino Americans is long overdue
, they say that ran in the Kansas City Star.
interviewed Peter Norton
, psychology associate professor and director of the Anxiety Disorder Clinic, for the Spanish-language question-and-answer article, Los trastornos de ansiedad se curan
The Education News blog posted an interview
with Donald J. Foss
, professor of psychology, about his new book Your Complete Guide to College Success: How to Study Smart, Achieve Your Goals and Enjoy Campus Life
a professor in the Jack J. Valenti School of Communication, spent part of Friday the 13th talking about superstitions on the Great Day Houston show
with host Debra Duncan.
The Jewish Studies Program
's co-sponsorship of Jewish Women's University for a Day event was highlighted in the HereHouston.com post, JTS to hold first "Jewish Women's University for a Day
" in Houston.
about the Moores Opera Center
hosted its annual fundraiser "What's Opera, Duck?" at the Mucky Duck nightclub appeared in the Examiner
A public art installation commissioned by the Blaffer Art Museum
was described in the article Visual artist Jo Ann Fleischhauer and Musiqa Collaborate on public art installation
posted on YourHoustonNews.com.
The inaugural Mitchell Artist Lecture presented by the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center
for the Arts received significant media attention.
, executive director of the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts, was interviewed for a segment
of KRIV-FOX26's The Black Voice about Bill T. Jones delivering the inaugural Mitchell Artist Lecture.
The Houston Chronicle
previewed the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts' inaugural Mitchell Artist Lecture with its feature article Choreographer Bill T. Jones is still thriving
magazine published A body of collaborative work
, a question-and-answer interview with Bill T. Jones.