Tuesday, January 27, 2015
The CICS Spring Mini Conference “Reforming Mexico’s Oil Sector” Roundtable discussion with four noted experts: Dr. Duncan Wood, director of the Mexico Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Center; David Enrique, energy lawyer at Goodrich Riquelme; Eduardo Andrade Iturribarria, corporate director (Latin America) at Iderdrola; and Ricardo Colmenter, regional general council (Latin America) at Weatherford International.
Lunch will be provided!
Please RSVP via Google+ at:https://plus.google.com/
Spend the weekend on the beach learning to surf and stand-up paddle board!
Pre Trip Meeting: 4/23 @5pm
UH Baseball @ UCF
The Immigration Information Session and Awards Ceremony will be hosted by the Graduate College of Social Work's Hispanic Student Organization. Keynote address will be given by Dr. Reynaldo Guerra. Guest speakers include Ana Mac Naught, Immigration Program Manager with Neighborhood Centers, Inc. and Jill Campbell, Clinical Supervising Attorney, University of Houston Immigration Clinic. During this event we will discuss changing immigration policies as well as considerations for practitioners relating both to the clinical and macro level. The Awards Ceremony will showcase our scholarship effort to provide someone with the financial assistance to complete the immigration process. University of Houston students, faculty, and staff as well as social services practitioners are welcome to attend this event and participate in networking opportunities.
For more information, visit: http://www.uh.edu/socialwork/
Witold Rybcynski, Emeritus Professor of Urbanism at University of Pennsylvania, will present "How Architecture Works," an examination of prototypical and typological attributes in architecture that cause some buildings to function more successfully than others.
Franz Anton Krager, conductor
Michelle Perrin Blair, conductor
with Houston symphony chorus
Charles Hausmann, choral direction
Cynthia Clayton, soprano
Melanie Sonnenberg, mezzo-soprano
Joseph Evans, tenor
Timothy Jones, bass-baritone
Anton Bruckner: Symphonic Prelude; Mass No 3 in F Minor, “Great”
Wayne Bergeron, trumpet
Noe Marmolejo, director
Ryan Gabbart, assistant director
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Sara Becker
Shakespeare’s perennial crowd pleaser, this comedy includes mistaken identity, cross dressing, wrestling, fools, snakes, lions, oh my! Rosalind and her cousin Celia flee the dangerous court and travel into the mysterious Forest of Arden, kicking off a grand adventure that changes everyone involved. Good thing they brought their clown along for help! Travel along with Shakespeare’s band of country bumpkins, exiles and princesses for a journey of self-discovery and forgiveness. After all, "Can one desire too much of a good thing?"