Are you interested in a law degree but can't attend an info session in person? If so, the online information sessions are your opportunity to view the same presentation we use for our on-campus sessions with the ability to ask questions in real time.
The Center for Art and Social Engagement (CASE) and Project Row Houses (PRH) are pleased to host performance lectures for the inaugural CASE/PRH fellows Carrie Schneider and Carol Zou.
Join CAPS at a free food for thought workshop and learn about different coping techniques and relaxation methods to better manage your stress before and during finals.
UH Dining Services is hosting the UH Farmers Market. Besides local farmers, the market will feature vendors selling a wide array of locally produced items, ranging from lavender products to olive oil to kombucha to dried fruits and nuts.
Join the UH Graduate College of Social Work as we host civil rights activist DeRay Mckesson for a discussion relevant for our community, our nation, our world, and our time. Social Justice Solutions invites activists, thought leaders, and the community to explore action-oriented strategies to effect social change.
A riveting performance featuring Moores School of Music cello faculty member Vagram Saradjian.