Join us on a 20-30 minute walk while we talk about health, wellness, and life in general. From the Employees Retirement System of Texas, podcast host Lacy Wolff walks and talks with her mentors, friends, experts and leaders about health and wellness. Learn more through the link below, or search ERS Walk and Talk through your favorite podcast platform! Learn more and participate whenever convenient for you!
This engaging workshop will focus on stigma, logistics, and media portrayal of self pleasure.
Brought to you by the University of Houston HPE Data Science Institute and Mark III.
Whether you’re a commuter student or on-campus resident, join the LGBTQ Resource Center for an afternoon of tie-dying while learning about resources and support services offered to our LGBTQ+ community and allies. The event is co-sponsored by Student Housing & Residential Life, and Commuter Student Services.
The purpose of the resume is to get you the job interview. The large majority of job candidates are screened out at the resume stage of the search. This workshop will help you prepare a polished, professional resume that will increase your chances of generating job interviews.
Join CAPS Mondays and Thursdays 12 – 1 p.m. to learn the skills needed to prevent suicide and help create a community of care at UH. Sign-up is required.
Join CAPS to learn the skills needed to prevent suicide and help create a community of care at UH!
UH Wellness offers meditation to provide a space for emotional and mental development.
The UH Staff Council meets on the first Thursday of the month from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM. These General Meetings are open to all UH staff.
Being a Christian is more than going to church. Come discover what it means to follow Jesus in our daily lives on campus and beyond.
Do you paint like Frida? Sing like Selena? Protest like Dolores? Rap like Cardi? Come learn about the incredible Latina women who inspire us daily by playing Latina Loteria. Prizes and t-shirts are included!
Breathing and meditation have never felt better, through this class participants will combine the pair with posture to center the mind. This practice is beneficial for reducing stress and anxiety as well as building strength and flexibility.
Come on out for CSO’s first official community night of the year! Bring a friend and be prepared to compete for gold in CSO’s match-filled night.
Long day of classes? Work your muscles with a gentle workout filled with different types of stretching. Be prepared to improve flexibility and range of motion.
Are u interested in joining the Roarin family? We are super excited to announce our 2021 Fall Workshops for this upcoming year! We can’t wait to meet you guys!
Reschedule date TBD
Unfortunately, due to Hurricane Ida and its national impact, we will have to cancel the InfraRED event scheduled for September 2nd in the Houston Room. We are currently working to reschedule the event and will send out an updated date, time, and location as soon as we can!
Add some rhythm to your day with some dance. Merengue, salsa, and more! This session is with Dani!
Join UH InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at our weekly Thursday night gatherings as we explore together what it means to have true community in your time as a university student. All faith backgrounds welcome!
Calling all Coogs! Every year, at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters, University of Houston students, faculty and staff have the opportunity to help reduce plastic waste and win prizes by participating in the Office of Sustainability’s #UHBYOBottle social media campaign. To participate in the campaign, post a photo of yourself using a reusable water bottle to Instagram or Twitter with #UHBYOBottle and @UHSustain any time during the contest. Each day, participants will be eligible to win exclusive prizes from the Office of Sustainability. The #UHBYOBottle campaign is meant to encourage people to minimize single-use plastic water bottles and opt instead for reusable water bottles. Anyone with reusable water bottles can refill them at the UH2O stations located inside many of the buildings across the UH main campus. Click here for more information.