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The CUE

The Collaborative for University Engagement (CUE) comprises curricular and co-curricular programs designed to promote an academic culture of experiential learning, collaboration, and transformation. The CUE aligns with the University’s mission to create “opportunities for learning, discovery and engagement,” and is dedicated to providing students with the guidance and resources they need to make an impact in their field. The CUE supports and develops learning practices that are project-based, and advance leadership and scholarship. CUE programs include undergraduate research, service learning, ePortfolios, study abroad, and study away.

CUE in Numbers

  • 200Students attending the Grand Challenges Forum weekly
  • 400Students pursuing the Medicine & Society minor -- 286 alumni
  • 94%Graduation rate for undergraduate research
  • 85,500Bonner service hours -- over 100 students involved with long-term service projects
  • 400%Increase in the number of UH students applying for nationally competitive scholarships since 2013
  • 35Undergraduates working on 6 Honors in Community Health (HICH) research/outreach projects