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Food Studies Scholar Amy Bentley to Discuss Baby Food's Evolution, Impact at UH

- Leading food studies scholar Amy Bentley will deliver the lecture “Baby Food and the American Industrial Diet” at 5:30 p.m., Friday, Feb. 6. The free event is part of the Food for Thought Lecture Series and open to the public.
Melissa Carroll

‘All right. All right. All right!’ Academy Award-winner Matthew McConaughey to Give Commencement Address at UH

- Texas native Matthew McConaughey, an Academy Award-winning actor, philanthropist and one of Hollywood’s most sought-after leading men, will give the inaugural University-wide Commencement address at TDECU Stadium on Friday, May 15.
Richard Bonnin

Private Profit vs. Public Good: Energy Companies and Social Responsibility

- The next debate in the UH Energy Symposium Series, set for Tuesday, Feb. 10, will tackle the issue of Private Profit vs. Public Good: Do Energy Companies Have a Social Responsibility?
Jeannie Kever

New Supercomputer Allows for Massive Data Analysis in Less Time

- UH is adding a new, state-of-the-art supercomputer to its arsenal of research tools. This powerful, high-performance computing system will more than double the current computing power at UH.
Lisa Merkl

Research Program Trains New Kind of Mentor to Support Novice Teachers

- Studies indicate many novice teachers will leave the profession in their first three years. A new UH program harnesses the enthusiasm and expertise of experienced teachers to support new teachers.
Marisa Ramirez

Students Unveil Mars Rover Models at UH Saturday, Jan. 31

- Houston-area elementary and middle school students will be showing off Mars Rover models they built at the University of Houston’s 13th annual Mars Rover Model Celebration and Competition Saturday, Jan. 31.
Lisa Merkl

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