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8:45 am12:00 pm
Cougar Ally Training (RSVP Required)

Training assists faculty, staff, and students in increasing their awareness of issues that Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender people face.

11:00 am12:00 pm
Global Citizens Credential Info Session

An International distinction for Undergraduate Students at UH who have participated in global coursework, learning abroad, global extracurricular activities, and/or speak another language. 

12:00 pm1:30 pm
Ion Smart Cities Accelerator Office Hours

The Ion Smart Cities Accelerator is currently accepting applications for its second cohort and will host office hours at UH’s Technology Bridge

4:00 pm5:00 pm
Downsizing - Small Group Training

Downsizing through Movement is an eight-week program that uses a three-pronged approach to helping participants bring their body fat percentage to a healthy range by providing education, activity, and behavior change support. We pursue a healthy lifestyle by integrating in-depth knowledge, consistent exercise, proper nutrition, & healthy behavior into our lives. (Register by Jan 19.)

5:00 pm6:00 pm
Women on Weights - Small Group Training

Women on Weights teaches women proper weight-lifting etiquette, technique, and routine. The goals are to assist women in improving posture, increasing strength and optimizing body composition. (Registration closes Jan 19).

6:30 pm8:30 pm
RaMell Ross, Filmmaker, Photographer and Writer

RaMell Ross earned a BA in both English and Sociology from Georgetown University and an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. His photographs have been exhibited internationally and his writing has appeared in such outlets as The New York Times and Walker Arts Center.

7:00 pm8:30 pm
Formosa Quartet

The Formosa Quartet will perform the music of Beethoven, with Barotk, Wilson, Lian, and Lin as part of the University of Houston, Moores School of Music Beethoven Festival.

8:00 pm10:00 pm
Spirits to Enforce by Mickle Maher

The outrageous and eccentric superheroes of Fathom Town are stationed in their submarine underneath Fathom Bay. Are they fighting crime? Not really! 

They’re doing a telethon to raise money for their production of The Tempest. In their conversations with the citizens of the town, the story of The Tempest re-emerges as their own, creating a daring and hilarious new vision of Shakespeare’s classic. A modern surrealist classic from one of America’s most inventive playwrights, Mickle Maher, who also directs this production.