- Soon, a trio of the University of Houston’s top literary talents will return from spring break refreshed and ready to read new works during the Gulf Coast Reading Series.
- The University of Houston’s Moores Opera Center will present the city’s second production of “Cold Sassy Tree” April 4 - 7.
- By researching the Quran in Arabic and the four Gospels of the Bible in Aramaic, a language common to most of the Middle East in the 7th century A.D., a University of Houston professor says he has established links between the Quran and the Bible.
- This year’s "Artists and Their Regions" journey takes students to the world-renowned Methodist Hospital in the center of Houston’s Texas Medical Center.
- Working toward new therapies to target cancer and Alzheimer’s, UH physicist Margaret Cheung strives to understand the physics that govern how ordinary matter becomes life-like. Cheung was named a fellow of the American Physical Society.
- Nelda Luce Blair’s leadership skills and business acumen were put to good use during her time on the University of Houston System Board of Regents. Now, the UH alumna will contribute her talents to the Texas Economic Development Corporation (TEDC).
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