As part of Sexual Health Awareness Month, the Student Health Center is offering an STI Screening package for asymptomatic (without symptoms) self-pay students. Appointments are required.
Extension of Student Health Insurance Open Enrollment Period
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.
The 2019-2020 Assistant Professor Excellence Lecture Series (APeX) presents Dr. Tiffany S. Legendre (Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel & Restaurant Management) in a lecture titled "From Ew to Wow, the gateway bug to edible insect consumption."
The Humana Integrated Health System Sciences Institute is proud to sponsor an exciting talk on population health by Dr. David Nash, MD, MBA. Dr. Nash is the Founding Dean Emeritus of the Jefferson College of Population Health – the first College of its kind in the US – and will discuss how health care systems and community organizations can work together to improve outcomes. Lunch will be provided, but space is limited. RSVP by Sept. 20.
Learn the fundamentals of powerlifting from a USA Powerlifting Senior National Coach. You can expect high level coaching within sessions as well as planned workouts to complete outside of sessions, designed to optimize your strength. (Registration deadline: October 4)
Get to know your campus better with Public Art Walks. Join your fellow students on walks around campus learning about the groundbreaking public art the University of Houston offers. These walks are student lead and will last around 30 minutes.
Join the second Film Series screening in partnership with the Moores School of Music and Moores Opera Center to screen Jean Cocteau’s “Orpheus”. Cocteau’s 1950’s update of the Orpheus myth depicts a famous poet scorned by the Left Bank youth, and his love for both his wife, Eurydice, and a mysterious princess. Seeking inspiration, the poet follows the princess from the world of the living to the land of the dead, through Cocteau’s famous mirrored portal.
The School of Art is thrilled to welcome Charlene Villaseñor Black, professor of art history and Chicana/o studies at UCLA, to the Unviersity of Houston for the Annual Distinguished Lecture in Art History.