Center for Mexican American and Latino/a Studies Receives $1.2M to Advance Graduate Study
THE CLASSICS: Greatest hits from the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
23 CLASS professors promoted in 2023-24
Debbie Harwell’s award-winning book lands powerful theatrical adaptation
Leandra Zarnow secures Mellon Fellowship for groundbreaking research on Elsie Clews Parsons and the Heterodites
Remembering Anne Jaap Jacobson, professor emeritus and prolific philosophy professor
Feb 26 2:30 pm
Lynn Movie Showing with AAS Alumni Director
Join us for a special screening of “Lynn” with the alumni director. In 1968, after the integration of the University of Houston, a pioneering black student group campaigned for Lynn Eusan, the first black homecoming queen. Explore this inspiring story and celebrate resilience, empowerment, and Lynn Eusan’s enduring legacy.
Feb 26 5:30 pm
From the Game of the Century to Phi Slama Jama
A UH Basketball History Retrospective Panel with Reid Gettys, Elvin Hayes, and Bill Worrell to celebrate the new issue of Houston History.
Feb 27 12:00 am
African American Studies Week
African American Studies Week is comprised of a series of events spotlighting the arts, physical and mental wellness, and community building. Please join us!
Feb 27 10:00 am
C.L.A.S.S. OET Faculty Technology Workshop
The Office of Educational Technology for the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences is pleased to announce our Spring 2024 workshop series. Workshops will be offered on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. The goal is to provide faculty support with technology tools, trends, and relevant content.
Feb 27 2:30 pm
Yoga and R&B
Join us for a nourishing Yoga and R&B fusion event—an empowering blend of invigorating yoga and soulful R&B beats, designed to refresh and rejuvenate. Experience relaxation and empowerment in an unforgettable journey. Don’t miss out on this opportunity for rejuvenation!
Mar 21 3:00 pm
Lecture: Adolph Eichmann, An Extraordinary Defendant?
A lecture by Fabien Théofilakis, Professor at Paris I Pantheon-La Sorbonne, about the trial Adolph Eichmann who played a central role organizing Nazi genocide. Was he ordinary, representing the “banality of evil,” or extraordinary?
CLASS MEDIA MENTIONS
- UH News Center for Mexican American and Latino Studies (CMALS)
- The New York Times Sarah Fishman, Ph.D., Department of History
- UH News CLASS Institute for Research on Women, Gender & Sexuality
- KPRC CLASS Institute for Research on Women, Gender & Sexuality
- Houston Chronicle CLASS Institute for Research on Women, Gender & Sexuality
- UH Newsroom Candice Alfano, Ph.D., Department of Psychology
- Fox 26 Rheeda L. Walker, Ph.D., Department of Psychology
- Click 2 Houston Rheeda L. Walker, Ph.D., Department of Psychology
- UH News Michael Zvolensky, Ph.D., Hugh Roy and Lillie Cranz Cullen Distinguished University Professor of Psychology
- UH News Jennifer Vardeman, Ph.D., Jack J. Valenti School of Communication
- UH News Cynthia Y. Yoon, Ph.D., Department of Heath and Human Performance
- UH News Carla Sharp, Ph.D., John and Rebecca Moores Professor of Psychology
- UH News Department of Political Science
- American Kahani Department of Political Science
- UH News Jeremy Miciak, Ph.D., Department of Psychology
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