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From the UH News Room

  • Houston Shakespeare Festival Announces 2016 Plays, Cast, Creative Team

    For more than 40 years, the University of Houston has delivered the Houston Shakespeare Festival (HSF) to eager audiences. This year’s event will continue this tradition with free performances of “Much Ado About Nothing” directed by Jack Young and “Henry V.”

  • UH Researcher Recognized for Work in Crystal Engineering

    A University of Houston chemical engineer has received the 2016 Owens Corning Early Career Award in recognition of his contributions to materials science and engineering.

  • Spreading the Word on Robotics

    A robotics expert with the University of Houston will meet with members of Congress and other scientists next month to discuss the National Science Foundation’s National Robotics Initiative.

  • UH Commits to Healthier Campus Initiative

    From its dining halls to its recreation facilities, the University of Houston is working to make the campus a healthy place of higher learning. Soon, it will intensify its efforts through collaboration with the Partnership for a Healthier America.

  • UH to Host Summit on Economic, Environmental Benefits of Recycling

    Two months after the city of Houston renegotiated a deal that ended curbside glass recycling, the University of Houston’s Center for Sustainability and Resilience and the Houston Advanced Research Center are co-hosting a symposium to consider the future of recycling and other waste management.


Happening on and around campus

May 26 4:30pm

An Evening with Coach Tom Herman

The Valenti School of Communication invites you to this intimate, exclusive fundraising event with the most dynamic coach in college sports: University of Houston's Coach Tom Herman.

Jun 4 10am

Blaffer Art Museum Exhibition: Matthew Ronay

This exhibition, the artist’s first major museum presentation in the United States, surveys a recent body of meticulously hand-crafted and vibrantly colored sculptures, reliefs and installations. June 4 - Oct. 1.

Jun 7 7:30pm

Texas Music Festival Perspective Series: 'Parisian Holiday'

"Parisian Holiday". Chamber music performances featuring TMF faculty artists and guests. Works by: Loeffler, Debussy and Ravel.

Jun 10 7:30pm

Texas Music Festival Young Artist Series

Melanie Sonnenberg, Director. Le Chiavi: The Keys to Bel Canto. Vocal Institute Final Recital.

Jun 11 10am

Blaffer Art Museum Exhibition: Hilary Loyd

Featuring video sculptures, projections and installations, this solo exhibition of new works by British artist Hilary Lloyd is the first U.S. museum presentation of her work. June 4 - Sept. 10.

2015 University of Houston President’s Report

2015 University of Houston President’s Report

The President’s report spotlights significant academic achievements, new national research centers of excellence, a stellar football season, and the University’s impact on the community and across the nation.

H-Town Takeover

Spring 2016 University of Houston Magazine

Spotlighting major academic achievements, a legendary football season, prominent alumnus Mayor Sylvester Turner and the University’s commitment to the community.