Administration and Finance Focus


April 2009
June 2011
Employee Spotlight �
Hiromi Takiguchi

Student Spotlight �
Sarah Chesley

Events Calendar


Auxiliary Services

Hiring Students Benefits All

Dining Year in Review

Faculty/Staff Special: $5 Friday Every Week During Summer

Icon at Oberholtzer Hall Retires

Taco Bell to get New Energy Efficient Equipment

Coffee not the Only Fair Trade Option on Campus

New Food Service Director Begins Tenure at Residential Dining Hals

HUB Cougar-Connect Event on June 23

Green UH
Roses at Garden Show Support for Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Green Solutions: New Project Teaches Students to Fix Recycling Challenge

Urban Harvest: Tomatoes in the Kitchen and in the Fall Garden

Board of Regents Approves New Residence Halls and West Dining Hall

Don Yackley Accepts Executive Directorship for RLH

RLH in for a Busy Summer

Human Resources
HR News

Information Technology
UIT Shows Support for Green Initiatives

Parking and Transportation
Cougar Line Summer Schedule

Parking Lot Construction

Summer Maintenance

METRO Long Range Plan Public Workshops

METRO seeks Public Input on Station Names for New Light Rail Lines

Plant Operations
Classroom and Business Building Sidewalk Closure

Policies and Procedures
As the UH Policies and Procedures World Turns�

Public Safety
Hazardous Waste News

Lazy Cakes � Warning

Emergency Management Table Top Exercise


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If you have comments or would like to submit an article to future newsletters, contact Lindsay Marshall at lmmarshall@uh.ed by the 20th of each month.



HUB Cougar-Connect Event on June 23

The annual University of Houston HUB Cougar-Connect Event is scheduled for Thursday, June 23, 2011, from 9 a.m. � 4 p.m. in the Rockwell Pavilion of the MD Anderson Library. This event, sponsored by UH System Purchasing and the UH Small Business Development Center, is an opportunity for UH community decision makers to meet and connect with some excellent local historically underutilized businesses. These businesses provide quality goods and services in support of your goals, and many of them will accept your UH P-card to do business. The Cougar-Connect Event will assist you in identifying outstanding local HUB vendors and will foster future business contacts. Spending your dollars locally with small businesses helps to power our region economically and supports our university HUB program goals.

Thirty vendors will be on hand to meet and greet and provide you with solutions to help with your projects. The UH SBDC will be providing training for our small business participants. Additionally, there will be light snacks and hourly drawings for some prizes that can assist your departments. Please come out, bring your business cards and make a connection with these outstanding local minority/woman-owned businesses. For more information please contact Christopher Burton, UH HUB Coordinator, at or 713-743-5671.