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Monday10/04
12:00 am12:00 am
Fiscal Year 2022 Annual Mandatory Training

The Fiscal Year 2022 Mandatory Training period will begin on Monday, October 4, 2021, and run until Friday, November 19, 2021. Per SAM policy 02.A.26, it is the responsibility of each System employee to complete annual mandatory training. This includes full and part-time faculty and staff, student workers, and temporary employees paid through the University’s payroll system.

6:00 am11:00 pm
New! ERS Walk and Talk Podcast (available through all major podcast platforms)

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!

7:00 am
$1 Victory Days

Following a cougar football team victory visit Student Center South for Shasta’s $1 Ice Cream and the Games Room for 1/2 Hour of Billiards or Table Tennis, or a game of Bowling for only $1.00!

9:30 am11:00 am
Bayou City Blessings in a Backpack

Bayou City Blessings mobilizes our local community, individuals and resources to provide food on the weekends and during school breaks for Houston children who might otherwise go hungry. Their mission serves to raise awareness of childhood hunger by building community and establishing relationships with their educational partners to improve the lives of Houston children.

10:00 am11:00 am
Substance Use Workshop

This hour long workshop for students will go in depth on substance use. The workshop will include discussions on perceptions of peers’ drinking behavior, actual campus drinking norms, and more!

12:00 pm1:00 pm
Supreme Court Shortlists and Other Observations on the Opening of the 2021 Term

Join University of Houston law professor Renee Knake Jefferson, an inaugural Elizabeth D. Rockwell Faculty Fellow at the Hobby School of Public Affairs, to celebrate the opening day of the 2021 United States Supreme Court term. Professor Jefferson will discuss research from her book Shortlisted: Women in the Shadows of the Supreme Court and share other observations about what the coming year may hold for the Court. More info:

1:00 pm2:00 pm
Preparing for the GRE Test

Join the Princeton Review for an interactive session on what to expect when preparing for the GRE and learn test prep strategies to build your confidence in the process. Presented by: Ciny Patel, Princeton Review.

3:00 pm4:30 pm
Gender Reveal Party - Ally 2.0

This experiential workshop guides individual reflection and group dialogue on gender experiences as individuals and provides education on the global impacts of gender expectations.

4:00 pm5:30 pm
The Body is the Text - One Woman’s American Narrative with Carolyn Randall Williams, author, chef, activist & teacher

Elizabeth D. Rockwell Distinguished Lecture and Reception: The Body Is the Text - One Woman’s American Narrative with Caroline Randall Williams, When Caroline Randall Williams wrote that her body was a monument, that was only the beginning of the thought. The body does so much work past the work. So much telling past the shape of the thing. From what we feed ourselves, to how we tell the truth of where our bodies have been, what they’ve done, so much can be read on the body, of the body’s story. This talk will explore Professor William’s unique take on American identity through this fresh, embodied lens. Sponsored by the Elizabeth D. Rockwell Center for Ethics & Leadership at the Hobby School Registration link

4:30 pm9:30 pm
Majilis e Aza

Majlis e Aza is a gathering to commemorate the Tragedy of Karbala which occurred in 680 AD. This event is a way for people to honor the great sacrifice of Imam Hussain (PBUH) and his companions while remembering everything they stood for. Please join us and learn about this tragic event in history and its relevance today.

5:30 pm6:00 pm
Cycle 30

Engage your whole body while you pedal to the beat of popular hits. Cycling will build muscle strength and help boost your cardiovascular endurance.