We are excited to open this year's International Education Week Photo Contest! Share a photo from any of your travels abroad on Instagram using #CoogsAbroad2017 now through November 12. There will be prizes for the winners.
UH Dining will be highlighting international cuisine with an entree item at Moody Towers Dining Commons Monday - Thursday. Follow your tastebuds and travel with us to India, Korea, Mexico, and Spain.
The Paris-based Modigliani Quartet has been heralded as "one of today's best quartets in the world" for their inspiring and impressive performances.
The University of Houston College of Pharmacy (COP) Class of 2021 would like to invite you to a COP tradition that celebrates diversity as we feast from multiple cultural foods across the world.
This workshop will discuss the meaning of diversity and explore the multiple diversities that exist.
Come join us for a free lunch with William Keech as he covers the political and economic changes in the People's Republic of China.
This is a FREE diabetes health screening and educational event.
This nationally recognized program is designed to educate persons to recognize and respond to the signs of suicidal thinking and behaviors. Individuals will learn how to ask the suicide question, how to persuade the person to contact appropriate assistance, and how to identify referral options.
This event is to help international students gain an understanding of the American job search and recruitment process.
Enjoy teas from around the world while talking about studying, teaching, interning, researching, volunteering, and language immersion abroad with UH Global Guides and UH Global Staff Members.
After a successful showing at the world-renowned international Aedes Gallery in Berlin, Germany, an exhibition by students at the UH Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design will make its U.S. debut in the Mashburn Gallery. “Houston: Genetic City” combines three semesters of studios where students and faculty researched Houston’s future post-industry, post-oil, and post sprawl. Presented as a series of maps, diagrams, and models, students explore potential development solutions for Houston’s hot, humid and flood-prone environment.