Coming Out Day was founded in 1988 by Richard Eichberg, a psychologist and Jean O’Leary, a gay rights activist, to raise awareness of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community and its civil rights movement. They chose October 11th to mark the anniversary of the second major National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights, which took place 1987.
Students stop by UH Wellness and enjoy some tea.
The Blaffer Art Museum presents the first solo museum exhibition in the United States of the work of Berlin-based artist Monira Al Qadiri.
Learn about earning a Ph.D. in measurement, quantitative methods and learning sciences at a free virtual information session Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2022, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Our program offers students meaningful research experiences and state-of-the-art training in quantitative methods. Meet faculty and get your admissions questions answered! Click here to join now via Zoom. Note: Master’s degree not required.
Our office hours provide an open space for you to relax, pray and/or receive pastoral counseling. All are welcome.
Staff from Special Collections will host an informational table in the MD Anderson Library atrium featuring archival materials from the LGBT History Research Collection.
Join your fellow Coogs to develop your communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence, and both personal and professional growth. Cougar Rhetoric, the Toastmasters International Club for UH staff and UH Student Employees, meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday from 12 pm - 1 pm.
Executive functioning difficulties are usually a feature of students with ADD/ADHD, learning disabilities, and Autism. Executive functioning difficulties cause issues with organization, planning, distinguishing between relevant and non-relevant information, estimating time needed to complete tasks, difficulty focusing and concentrating, having difficulty transitioning, and having a slow processing speed. This training will describe these disorders, and provide clear suggestions to professors about how to help these students in your classroom. You will also learn more about LAUNCH academic coaching and how we help students with these issues. (LAUNCH is the learning center on campus and is separate from the Student Accessibility Center, which provides accommodations for students.)
Laura Heidel, Ph.D.
Student Success Advocate II (director)
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(This event is not intended to assist in the application process for PA, OT, PT. This is an overview of pre-reqs and how to prepare for the PA/OT/PT path.)
In a supportive atmosphere, learn about strategies for
- time management,
- study methods,
- mindfulness, and more!
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William R. Jenkins Architecture, Design, and Art Library will host a discussion featuring Keliy Anderson-Staley, associate professor of photography and digital media at the UH School of Art. She is a 2022 Guggenheim fellow, a 2013 George and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation fellow, and a 2008 New York Foundation for the Arts fellow. The talk will focus on the research and publication of her book, On a Wet Bough, and will be moderated by Anton Lee, visiting assistant professor in art history at the UH School of Art. Books and Bytes provides opportunities for faculty, students, and researchers to learn more about topics such as archival research, image licensing, working with publishers, and other subjects of interest to art and design professionals.
Register for this training by 10/10!