- Audiences in Houston are well aware that the University of Houston boasts an ambitious and entertaining opera program. Following recent awards from the National Opera Association (NOA), opera aficionados around the country are starting to discover what local audiences have known all along.
- Four UH researchers have been named as fellows to the National Academy of Inventors, driven both by intellectual curiosity and by the desire to improve the lives of the people around them.
- Zhifeng Ren received the O'Donnell Award in science from The Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas, which cited his contributions in five scientific fields: carbon nanotubes, thermoelectrics, hierarchical zinc oxide nanowires, high temperature superconductivity, and molecule delivery/sensing.
- A UH geoscientist and his colleagues reveal a few surprises they discovered upon penetrating the lower crust of the Pacific Ocean. The findings from this $10 million international expedition are described in the Dec. 1 issue of Nature.
- Nothing signifies the holidays better than the songs of the season. At 2:30 p.m., Dec. 8 in the University of Houston’s Moores Opera House, audiences can experience a free concert of classical music celebrating Christmas.
- Richie Hunter, a well-recognized leader in strategic marketing, brand development, integrated communications and business strategy, has joined the University of Houston as associate vice president/associate vice chancellor for marketing and communication for the University and the UH System.
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