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University of Houston students, staff and faculty shared campus sustainability efforts during Air Alliance Houston's Earth Day celebration Saturday, April 12 at Discovery Green. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Associate Professor Barry Lefer's research group launched two weather balloons, and students from the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and the School of Art engaged audiences in activities encouraging sustainability with their Re/Cycle Hub mobile activity center. A group of students from the College of Technology also showed off a car they are building for the Shell Eco-Marathon, designed to get 120 mpg.

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A Different Kind of Senior Project: Building Theater Audiences

While their classmates worked with traditional Houston businesses, including oilfield service firms and energy production companies, one group of University of Houston students chose something different as the final project for their degree in Supply Chain and Logistics Technology. The five-member team is hoping to help Houston's Theatre Under The Stars draw a younger audience to TUTS Underground, a series of musical theater performances described as "edgy, captivating (and) rocking'."

Biomedical Engineering Hosts BME Day: New Frontiers in Healthcare

The UH Cullen College of Engineering's department of biomedical engineering will host the first BME Day on Thursday, April 24 at the UH Hilton Shamrock Ballroom. "BME Day: New Frontiers in Healthcare" is co-sponsored by BioHouston and will include talks from the world's leading experts, researchers, and movers and shakers from the biomedical engineering field.

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