Join the Center for Diversity and Inclusion for a conversation with Richard Blanco. Blanco presented 'One Today' at President Obama's second inauguration. He was the first immigrant, Latino, openly gay, and the youngest person to serve as the U.S. Inaugural Poet.
A UH researcher and his team were awarded nearly $2.3 million in funding from the NIH's National Cancer Institute to find a more effective treatment for prostate cancer. The standard treatment methods in the advanced stage of the disease lose effectiveness after about one to two years.
The University of Houston Libraries Special Collections honors and celebrates the contributions of Hispanic Americans with the exhibit, Reflexiones: Reflections of Houston's Hispanic Heritage. Sept. 15 - Oct. 15.
A new study offers clues to a question that long has eluded researchers: Why some people end psychotherapy early, even if continuing would offer strong benefits.
UH's Digital Library recently published "Duke-Peacock Records Publicity Photos and ACA Master Books." This online collection offers insight into the artists that shaped the city's blues scene.
Houston History Magazine will present “Houston’s Helping Hand: Remembering Katrina” at UH. Panelists include former Mayor Bill White, former director of the National Hurricane Center Neil Frank and director of Houston Emergency Medical Services David Persse.
A UH researcher and his team were awarded nearly $2.3 million in funding from the NIH’s National Cancer Institute to find a more effective treatment for prostate cancer. The standard treatment methods in the advanced stage of the disease lose effectiveness after about one to two years.
UH's Moores Concert Chorale is now ranked No. 3 in a recent list of the world’s leading choirs.
Bill Maddock has been named director of the Subsea Systems Institute, a national research center established in Houston to develop the transformative technologies, engineering and operational practices to safely and sustainably produce deepwater offshore energy resources.
Audiences from around the globe have gravitated to Jason Silva’s energetic insights on creativity, spirituality, technology, humanity and a range of other subjects. Soon, Houstonians will have an opportunity to experience Silva live and in-person during the 2015 Elizabeth D. Rockwell Lecture on Ethics and Leadership at the University of Houston.
- Oct 5 11am
Register to vote, learn about pertinent city issues, and get candidate information at the GCSW Voter Registration Drive. Register: Sept. 30 through Oct. 5.
- Oct 5 7:30pm
New Voices: Stroope, White, McMillan, Gyöngyösi, Augustinas, Edenroth
- Oct 8 7pm
Coogs play the Mustangs of SMU.
- Oct 9 12pm
UH Libraries invites faculty, staff and students to a brown bag lecture to discuss historic maps housed in UH Special Collections.
- Oct 13 7:30pm
Piano Works for solo piano by Enescu.
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.
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.