Grammy and Tony Award winner Audra McDonald, will be the first performer in the University of Houston Moores School of Music’s Madison Artist Series. She also will be on campus March 11th to share her insights on performing with UH students.
The C. T. Bauer College of Business Global Energy Management Institute (GEMI) symposium promises a lively and essential discussion of some of the most urgent issues facing energy markets today. March 11: 7 a.m. - 4:30 p.m, Hilton University of Houston
Professor Aaron James suggests that "systemic risk" (e.g., financial market collapse, or ecological calamity) has a distinctive moral significance. March 6, 11 a.m., 232 Philip G. Hoffman Hall.
New computer-simulated prescribing strategies for glasses may improve the vision of individuals with Down syndrome, thanks to a team of UH researchers who received a $1.67 million grant from the National Eye Institute.
Matthew McConaughey, the Academy Award-winning movie star, will deliver the inaugural University-wide Commencement address at TDECU Stadium. See the actor and salute the graduating class of 2015 on Friday, May 15.
More than 400 students, faculty and alumni from the University of Houston traveled to the state Capitol to meet with legislators.
Senior V.P. for Academic Affairs and Provost Paula Myrick Short is dedicating funds to UH faculty to defray the cost of engaging in innovative global activities.
Could your electronics be making you fat? According to UH researchers, a common flame retardant used to keep electronics from overheating may be to blame. The research is supported by an NIH grant.
Researchers at the University of Houston have created a new thermoelectric material, intended to generate electric power from waste heat – from a vehicle tailpipe, for example, or an industrial smokestack – with greater efficiency and higher output power than currently available materials.
Two esteemed researchers will explore the keys to remaining mentally, physically and emotionally fit while advancing in years during a special panel discussion at the University of Houston. “The Search for an Anti-Aging Pill” will be presented at 3 p.m., March 10 in UH’s Student Center Ballroom.
According to recent rankings from Business Insider and the Princeton Review, Coogs emerge from the University of Houston ready for the workforce with skills to help them earn strong salaries.
In the end, it’s all about the cars. But for students from the University of Houston and Elsik High School, the path to the Shell Eco-Marathon Americas 2015 has offered much more – learning, mentoring and the opportunity to put classroom lessons into action.
- Mar 5 3:30pm
International and domestic students join together to connect with one another and engage in conversation about what there is to do in the big city. Food, coffee, and tea provided.
- Mar 6 7pm
Kevin James bringing is comedy show to Cullen Performance Hall March 6th!
- Mar 7 7:30pm
Franz Anton Krager, conductor Arne Almroth, Kris Chapman, student conductors Works by Beethoven, Respighi, Sibelius
- Mar 8 3pm
Coogs play the East Carolina Pirates in the last home game of the season.
- Mar 10 7:30pm
Giovanni Lanzini, clarinet Fabio Montomoli, guitar Ciao, Italia! A tribute to "bel canto" with works by Piromallo, Bellini, Paganini, Puccini, Rossini
The Powerhouse campaign is expected to tally more than 65,000,000 impressions through print, online, video, billboards, digital elevator screens, signs and banners at Houston’s airports, email and social media now through spring 2015.
The 2014 President's Report is an illustration of the new heights we are reaching and our future aspirations. The report highlights our esteemed faculty, student and alumni success, community engagement and international impact.