, professor of history, wrote the op-ed Why the Fuss over the DSM-5, When Did the DSM Start to Matter, & For How Long Will it Continue to?
published on Mad in America, a blog and online forum on science and psychiatry.
director of the Religious Studies Program, comments on the Southern Baptist Convention’s annual meeting held recently in Houston in KUHF-FM’s The Cultural Divide Between Southern Baptists And Secular Society Grows Wider
Pandas, Professors, and Promises: the MOOC Will Not Set Us Free
, an op-ed written by Robert Zaretsky
, professor of history, and published by the Los Angeles Review of Books
KTRK-ABC13 aired the report Playing rough at wheelchair rugby camp
about the camp started by Michael Cottingham
, assistant professor of sports administration in the Department of Health and Human Performance.
The Daily Cougar
published UH advertising team ranks No.10
of nation about the Valenti Group, a student-advertising agency team representing the Jack J. Valenti School of Communication
, placing 10th in the National Student Advertising Competition. Before the Valenti Group made it to nationals, it won 1st place in District 10, which comprises universities from Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and eastern Louisiana.
Pamela Fraser at the Blaffer; It's Funny Ha-ha but Also Not
, a review of the show at the Blaffer Art Museum
that was published in the Houston Press.
KRIV-FOX26 aired 5TH grade poetry turned song!
about the Moores School of Music
collaboration with Writers in the Schools and the Houston Grand Opera that led to Kashmere Gardens Elementary students writing original poems and UH composers setting their words to original music.
The Houston Shakespeare Festival produced by the School of Theatre & Dance
is included in a roundup of Shakespeare Productions Are All Over Texas This Year
published by the Houston Press
The Immanuel & Helen Olshan Texas Music Festival
hosted by the Moores School of Music received significant media attention during its month-long residency on the UH campus.