Staff Council is launching a Food Drive benefiting the Cougar Cupboard at the University of Houston.
Health doesn’t have to be hard. Join host Brian McFarlin, Ph.D. to learn four simple and evidence-based strategies to improve health and well-being.
Each week we will share inspiration from Bible Lessons and discuss current issues/challenges and express gratitude. Hosted every Wednesday from 10 am to 12 pm through May 12, 2021.
The Council for Cultural Activities’ newest event of the year, #CultureGram, is an immersive pop-up photo experience. Explore 5 curated cultural rooms and have fun, express yourself, and snap mind-blowing photos! The event will feature 5 rooms decorated to represent the cultural diversity present at the UH campus. with the following themes: Black History, LGBTQ+, Women Empowerment, Language, and Food from different cultures. The rooms are meant to serve as an interactive photo experience for students to explore and appreciate the diversity at UH.
The Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute and the Geophysical Society of Houston present
The UH College of Education Faculty Executive Committee invites you to attend a free virtual event featuring Francisco Rios, a professor of secondary education at Western Washington University. He will share insights on confronting oppression and committing to justice. Join us Wednesday, March 10, 2021, from noon to 1:30 p.m. Attend via Microsoft Teams.
Bridget Gilmore, second-year M.E.M. candidate at the Yale School of the Environment studying business, energy, and the environment, will present her analysis of publicly available vehicle miles traveled data and learnings of the associated emissions in the Houston region. More Information
This experiential workshop guides individual reflection and group dialogue on gender experiences as individuals and provides education on the global impacts of gender expectations.
Learn proper weight-lifting etiquette, technique, and routine. The goals are to assist women in improving posture, increasing strength, and optimizing body composition.
Yoga is the practice of moving through asanas, or postures, often practiced alone for fitness or combined with meditation to calm and center the mind. This practice is beneficial for reducing stress and anxiety as well as building strength and flexibility.
No matter who you are or what you believe you are welcome to join us as we gather to love God, to love people, and to love the University of Houston.
Yin Yoga is a slow, meditative practice, where poses are held for long periods of time, to create more freedom and stability in joints, bones and connective tissue.