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Fall 2022 UH Commencement

Congratulations to all our graduates! Read the stories of these students from our UH at Sugar Land instructional site.

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Texas Children’s CNO Urges New Grads to Prioritize Self-Care, Change Health Care

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Hundreds crowded the Cullen Performance Hall at the University of Houston for the Fall 2022 Commencement Ceremony and Pinning for the UH College of Nursing. “You are graduating from a special university that you have transformed during your stay here,” said Kathryn Tart, professor and founding dean of the college. “It’s a university that is your home, your alma mater, your pride and your bragging right.”
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Digital Media, Videogames Propel New Grad to Professional Opportunities

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Nicole Brennan may have video games to credit for reaching her academic goal of graduation. The digital media major says they’ve been a constant in her life. “I grew up playing video games and drawing. I was always interested in doing something digital from a young age,” she said. “Digital media felt like a way for me to express myself without giving up my interests.”
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Long Journey for These New Forever Coogs Leads to New Opportunities

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College is a challenging experience for those fresh from high school. It carries extra challenges for those fresh from life experiences. These new graduates met the challenges head on with patience and perseverance, and now enjoy the payoff. They’ll participate in fall Commencement ceremonies for the UH College of Technology.
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For One Nursing Student, Commencement is an Achievement, Path to Hope

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“Leaving the program just wasn’t an option. That somehow would have meant something worse, and I didn’t want to find out what was beneath rock bottom.” Commencement for Nneka Omoruyi will be more profound than many others crossing the stage this December. While she accepts the degree from the UH College of Nursing’s rigorous Second Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, the achievement means a great deal more.
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