This November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month.
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!
“Let’s Talk” is a program that provides easy access to informal confidential consultations with therapists from Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).
Comic Relief is the first major museum survey devoted to the iconoclastic American artist, writer, and educator Molly Zuckerman-Hartung.
UHS Graduate Assistant, Chelsea Whittington delivers tour featuring Alyson Shotz, A Moment in Time, Al Souza, Windows on the World, and Jim Sanborn A Comma A.
The UH College of Education’s Racial Justice, Equity and Well-being Lecture Series will feature a free virtual guest lecture on Wednesday, Nov. 10 from noon to 1 p.m. by Menah Pratt-Clarke, a professor of education and vice president for strategic affairs and vice provost for inclusion and diversity at Virginia Tech. She will discuss the implementation of the transdisciplinary applied social justice model. Join via Zoom.
This class will strengthen your quads, thighs, and glutes and help you leave with the ultimate pump.
Health and HDFS majors: University Career Services in collaboration with the UH College of Education is hosting a virtual internship conference just for you on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2021 from 2 to 4 p.m. Employers attending are hiring for internships or full-time positions in healthcare, nonprofits, education and more. RSVP is required via Cougar Pathway.
Star of Hope is a nonprofit dedicated to helping the homeless population in Houston, by meeting their basic needs and assisting them with services and donations.
Join us for the next lecture in the CLASS Lecture Series on Race and Social Justice. On Nov. 10, Dr. Jelani Cobb, Ira A. Lipman Professor of Journalism at Columbia University and writer at The New Yorker, will illustrate what voter suppression looks like and why access to the vote may never be more vital.
The Bisexual / Pansexual Chats are for bi and pan students as well as people questioning their identity.
Engage your whole body while you pedal to the beat of popular hits. Cycling will build muscle strength and help boost your cardiovascular endurance.
Choreographed dance moves are combined with musical rhythms to create a dynamic workout that is designed to be fun and upbeat. Moving to the music allows your mind to relax while your body is in constant motion. This session is with Myles!
Texas Hold’em tournament hosted by the Student Centers Games Room. Open & free to all UH students (UH ID required).