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The Center for Diversity and Inclusion is inviting Coogs to share stories, strengths and personal attributes that connect them to UH -- in either one word or 140 characters or less.
Interdisciplinary teams of University of Houston students took up the Energy Efficiency Innovation Challenge, designing energy efficient, affordable housing for Houston's Third Ward.
A new geographic information systems and data visualization interest group at the University of Houston addresses topics related to digital scholarship.
Throughout almost two decades of work with energy-related materials, Zhifeng Ren has received upon grants from the Department of Energy to further his work in basic energy science.
A University of Houston engineer will lead development of a key component for a new, all solid-state sodium battery with the potential to revolutionize the nation's electric grid.
University of Houston Confirmed By CNN and Telemundo As Site-Host of ‘Super Tuesday’ Republican Presidential Debate
The University of Houston has been selected by CNN, the RNC and Telemundo as host-site for a Republican presidential candidates’ debate on Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016.
The Iran nuclear agreement, which lifted most economic sanctions in exchange for Iran’s agreement to limit its nuclear capabilities, has become a controversial talking point in this year’s presidential elections. A panel of experts will talk about how the deal may affect the United States during a symposium at the University of Houston next week.
Doctors who treat patients suffering from chronic pain face a quandary, according to research from the University of Houston and the University of Texas Medical Branch. Monitoring patients through urine drug screenings, part of the standard protocol to ensure patient safety, is associated with an increase in the odds that the patients won’t return for future treatment.
The latest in a series of artistic collaborations with a University of Houston engineer is set for 5:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12, when three dancer-choreographers will perform while their brain activity is recorded.
Are you looking for the next big thing? You might find it at this year’s Science Engineering Fair of Houston, set for Feb. 27. About 1,200 students are expected to compete in the 57th Science Engineering Fair of Houston at the UH Athletic & Alumni Center.
- Feb 15 7:30pm
Rob Smith, director; Alejandro Basulto Martinez, director; Danielle Wojcik, soprano. In collaboration with Gulf Coast Journal, featuring writers from the UH Creative Writing Department.
- Feb 17 7pm
Coogs play the Pirates of East Carolina
- Feb 22 7:30pm
Saxophone quartet performs works by Lias, Bresnick, Maslanka, Higdon, Lavenda, Sciarrino, Lago
- Feb 24 5:30pm
Presents Creative Writing Program Professors Tony Hoagland & Nick Flynn. Readings are free and open to the public.
- Apr 1 7:30pm
Our annual spring concert features original dance theatre by faculty and guest artists as performed by our pre-professional dance company. Performance dates: April 1-3.
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.
Revolutionary discoveries and developments at the University of Houston’s national centers, pioneering technologies used in our laboratories, a one-of-a-kind hospitality industry archives that has Hollywood calling – are just a few reasons why the University’s national competitiveness and prominence are distinctly recognizable.