A Helping Hand for UH Students
Presidential Management Fellow and Social Justice Champion
Dr. Nathan Fowler (’96) Makes Strides in Fighting Lymphoma and Helping Patients
Kirk Chargois (‘03) has always been one to chase, and achieve, his goals.
Being of service to others was of the utmost importance to Dr. Mary Ruth Lewis
Life is fun if you let it be!
Houston Public Media's Barrett Sides on his priorities and activities
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“We don’t explicitly try to hire people from UH, but there are so many talented graduates in the community, it often works out that way," said CEO Clara Hough (’02) with a smile.
"’Prince of Parties’ is fun," Jackson Hicks says of his press-given moniker, "but may be a bit of an overstatement."
Randy Pike is passionate about helping those engaged in energy education at the University of Houston
Robert E. Sheriff, professor emeritus in the University of Houston’s Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences left a tremendous legacy to the University of Houston.
For Jack and Diana Miles, acknowledging the value of a UH education has always been a family affair.
Student success is UH’s biggest priority, and the Cougar Experience Scholarship is an exciting new opportunity for students who strive to make campus a more vibrant environment.
The Les and Donna Haulbrook UH Tier One Scholarship Endowment, which also receives a corporate match from Donna’s and Les’s employer, ExxonMobil, enabled students to pursue their dreams at the University of Houston.
C. T. Bauer College of Business alumna Huyen Bui’s (’10) passion for volunteerism in Houston and beyond is taking her across the globe to Vietnam in a fellowship with the non-profit Kiva.
It was Earl Ray Monk’s love of marching band music that prompted him to give $100,000 to the Moores School of Music.
Without worrying about her housing and tuition obligations, Wan has had the ability to concentrate fully and impressively on her studies.
Mary Ross Taylor makes a gift to the Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies Program in honor of her father.
Edited by Law Scholar Michael A. Olivas, "In Defense of My People" Goes To Benefit Law Students
By making a minimum $15 donation to the University of Houston, graduates receive a red and white Cougar Spirit Cord to wear at commencement.