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  • Blaffer Art Museum to Host Exhibitions by Artists Matthew Ronay and Hilary Lloyd

    Blaffer Art Museum to Host Exhibitions by Artists Matthew Ronay and Hilary Lloyd

    Works by two artists on the rise will be on view at UH's Blaffer Art Museum throughout the summer months.

  • Staying Safe Near Light Rail

    Staying Safe Near Light Rail

    Whether you are riding METRORail, or just walking or driving near the trains and tracks, it is important to stay alert and follow the safety rules of METRORail. Here are some safety tips from the Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County.

  • A Sixth Sense Protects Drivers Except When Texting

    A Sixth Sense Protects Drivers Except When Texting

    Researchers from the University of Houston and Texas A&M Transportation Institute found that a sixth sense protects distracted drivers when they are being absent minded or upset, but not when they are texting. The findings are in the May 12 issue of Scientific Reports.

  • UH Researcher Recognized for Work in Crystal Engineering

    UH Researcher Recognized for Work in Crystal Engineering

    A University of Houston chemical engineer has received the 2016 Owens Corning Early Career Award in recognition of his contributions to materials science and engineering.


  • Summer Book Club 2016

    Summer Book Club 2016

    University of Houston Libraries and the UH Women and Gender Resource Center will co-sponsor the 2016 summer book club, which is open to all UH students, faculty and staff, and alumni.

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Events

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Jun 26 10am

Texas Music Festival: High School Piano Institute

Gifted young pianists offer polished solo performances. June 25-26.

Jun 30 10am

Blaffer Art Museum Exhibition: Matthew Ronay

This exhibition, the artist’s first major museum presentation in the United States, surveys a recent body of meticulously hand-crafted and vibrantly colored sculptures, reliefs and installations. June 4 - Oct. 1.

Jul 9 10am

Blaffer Art Museum Exhibition: Hilary Loyd

Featuring video sculptures, projections and installations, this solo exhibition of new works by British artist Hilary Lloyd is the first U.S. museum presentation of her work. June 4 - Sept. 10.

Jul 15 10am

Blaffer Art Museum Exhibition: Matthew Ronay

This exhibition, the artist’s first major museum presentation in the United States, surveys a recent body of meticulously hand-crafted and vibrantly colored sculptures, reliefs and installations. June 4 - Oct. 1.

Jul 29 8:15pm

Much Ado About Nothing

Houston Shakespeare Festival. Directed by Jack Young. July 29, 31, August 2, 4, 6. Admission is free, but tickets are required for covered seating.

2015 University of Houston President’s Report

2015 University of Houston President’s Report

The President’s report spotlights significant academic achievements, new national research centers of excellence, a stellar football season, and the University’s impact on the community and across the nation.

H-Town Takeover

Spring 2016 University of Houston Magazine

Spotlighting major academic achievements, a legendary football season, prominent alumnus Mayor Sylvester Turner and the University’s commitment to the community.