The Blaffer Art Museum presents the first solo museum exhibition in the United States of the work of Berlin-based artist Monira Al Qadiri.
Come join us for UMR’s second GBM of the semester! It’s going to be an evening filled with good vibes, friends, and food.
Friendsgiving is an opportunity to give back to communities and celebrate with friends and chosen family.
Learn about the NIH’s new Data Management and Sharing guidelines
Our office hours provide an open space for you to relax, pray and/or receive pastoral counseling. All are welcome.
Today’s Hours: 11:30 AM - 5:00 PM
A conversation moderated by Dr. Haylee Harrell
Department of English and Affiliate, African American Studies
The HPAC Personal Statement Workshop is designed to help our pre-medical and pre-dental students strengthen and develop their personal statement drafts. (Please note students should attend the Personal Statement Orientation first, write a draft, and then attend their selected workshop.) Students will need to be able to share a rough draft of their personal statement that is substantial enough to receive feedback (1/2 page, single spaced minimum) but it does not need to be full completed. RSVP is required; one RSVP per student.
Students who wish to go through HPAC evaluation in Spring 2023 must attend one HPAC Orientation, one HPAC Personal Statement Orientation, and one HPAC Personal Statement Workshop. Please be sure to sign up for one of each event, and sign in when you attend to receive credit.
Hear about the realities behind the headlines about the conflict in Ukraine from Consul General Vitalii Tarasiuk. Free and open to the UH Community. Space is limited, please RSVP (acceptances only) to the Institute for Global Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This world premiere, written by UH School of Theater & Dance senior Jaurius Norman, presents a stylized, episodic chronicle of individuals navigating an America where Black children go missing at higher rates than their peers. Inspired by George C. Wolfe’s modern classic The Colored Museum, Fish’s Belly centers a thematically linked set of narratives about missing Black youths, an issue that all too frequently goes underrepresented in the media.
Performances: November 10th-13th