UH is participating in the Coca-Cola March Madness Bracket Challenge! This is a free bracket and the top performing brackets from each school will receive prizes. First place is a $500 airline voucher, second place is Airpods, and third place is a $100 GrubHub gift card. The university with the highest score will receive $5000 towards their food bank or charity of choice. Play here: https://cokepickem.live/
This workshop is designed to inform and empower attendees to think critically about the pervasiveness of dieting and body shame in American culture and their widespread effects, from eating disorders to the “fat tax.”
UH Human Resources in partnership with Staff Council invite you to attend this informational session to learn more about the Alternative Work Arrangements (Interim) Policy.
MVP is volunteering with Cougar Cupboard, which is an on campus food pantry available to all enrolled undergraduate or graduate students who may need access to additional food.
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Office Hours Spring 2022 for The Point/ Coogs for Christ.
Weekly meditation sessions are open to all students, faculty, and staff! This offering is part of UH Wellness’s mission to educate around all dimensions of wellness and provide a space for emotional and mental development.
This workshop educates UH students, faculty and staff on terminology, pronouns, heteronormative privilege and inclusive practices in support of the LGBTQIA community.
Justin Langham presents his Doctoral trumpet recital.
The University of Houston College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences is pleased to present Mollyann Brodie, Ph.D., executive vice president and chief operating officer at KFF and executive director of KFF’s Public Opinion and Survey Research Program. A distinguished public opinion scholar, Brodie’s research efforts focus on understanding the U.S. public’s views and knowledge on health care policy issues and the role of opinion in health policy debates.
Power Hour is our main event of the week, centered around the powerful work of God in Christ and the Holy Spirit. We come together to pray, read scripture, and equip the saints for the work of ministry as laborers in God’s Kingdom. Jesus is King! Come get The Point: because life IS a mystery–until you get it!
Elgin Street Gallery 2 is a 500 square foot gallery space with dramatic vertical space and an open story ceiling. Gallery 2 is on the first floor of Elgin Street Studios which is connected to Elgin Garage on the UH Main Campus. Gallery 2 is dedicated to experimental exhibitions by School of Art graduate students. Work in the gallery rotates every 2 weeks with a new student or group of students curating, designing, and installing their own exhibitions. Join the artists and the School of Art community for a reception on the second Thursday of each 2-week show. Food and drink will be served.
Elgin Street Gallery 1 is a 300 square foot gallery space with state-of -the-art projection and sound located on the first floor of Elgin Street Studios and connected to Elgin Garage on the UH Main Campus. Gallery 1 is dedicated to experimental exhibitions by School of Art graduate students. Work in the gallery rotates every 2 weeks with a new student or group of students curating, designing and installing their own exhibitions. Join the artists and the School of Art Community for a reception on the second Thursday of each 2-week show. Food and drink will be served.
The Museum of the Bible on Washington D.C.’s National Mall was founded and funded by the billionaire owners of Hobby Lobby. From the start, the museum has been controversial in the national press and in the field of Biblical Studies. Through a close examination of the museum’s exhibits and its collection of archaeological and historical objects, biblical scholar Jill Hicks-Keeton addresses the questions: Whose Bible is represented by the museum? Whose is not? And why it does it matter?