Highlighting the Best of UH


From the UH News Room


Happening on and around campus

Oct 14 9am

Coffee With A Cop

The University of Houston Police Department invite the UH community to join them for a cup of coffee and a conversation. Bring your question and concerns and learn more about the UHPD.

Oct 14 7pm

An Evening with NPR White House Correspondent Tamara Keith

Tamara Keith, keynote lecture in conjunction with "Collaboration: Women Re-making American Political Culture".

Oct 15 4pm

Red Block Bash

Join the Blaffer Art Museum Student Association at the museum and in the Fine Arts courtyard for fun, food, music, performances by UH Modern Dance, art-making and tours of our critically acclaimed exhibitions, "Time / Image" and "Zina Saro-Wiwa: Did You Know We Taught Them How to Dance?"

Oct 16 12:30pm

Crafting Feminisms: Recent Writing

The Barbara Karkabi Living Archives Series features interviews with women from the Houston area, which are videotaped and collected in the Carey C. Shuart Women' Archive at the UH library, Special Collections.

Oct 23 7:30pm


Manon goes to Paris and, during her brief lifetime, breaks a lot of hearts, including her own. Sung in the original French with English surtitles. October 23- 26.

Taking Out Cancer: Three UH researchers, Three innovative approaches to cancer treatment

2015 Research and Innovation Magazine

The University of Houston is creating research excellence. This issue of Research and Innovation engages readers with stories about cutting-edge approaches to cancer treatment, how the brain is affected by expressive dance, intriguing findings through laser mapping, and many more groundbreaking scientific discoveries.

Coach Tom Herman

Spring 2015 University of Houston Magazine

This issue highlights student community engagement initiatives, a program that fosters local entrepreneurs as they start new businesses, and interesting facts about the UH Coastal Center. Also learn more about our award-winning head football coach, new leadership, and esteemed professor emeritus Lawrence Curry.