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Interdisciplinary teams of University of Houston students took up the Energy Efficiency Innovation Challenge, designing energy efficient, affordable housing for Houston's Third Ward.
Throughout almost two decades of work with energy-related materials, Zhifeng Ren has received upon grants from the Department of Energy to further his work in basic energy science.
UH faculty, staff and students are invited to read their favorite poems, passages of fiction or nonfiction, lyrics, plays, or speeches written by African Americans. Join us Feb. 9 in the MD Anderson Library, Elizabeth D. Rockwell Pavilion.
A new geographic information systems and data visualization interest group at the University of Houston addresses topics related to digital scholarship.
University of Houston professor Diana Shu-Lian Chow has been named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors in recognition of her work in drug development.
Distinguished scholar John Briggs has focused research on two famous (yet very different) wordsmiths – Abraham Lincoln and William Shakespeare. Soon, the professor of English at University of California, Riverside will share his insights on the president, the playwright and other topics as the 2016 Ross M. Lence Master Teacher.
New research suggests that ravens – birds singled out by many cultures as a symbol of intelligence and wisdom – share at least some of the human ability to think abstractly about other minds, adapting their behavior by attributing their own perceptions to others.
A panel of experts will discuss the potential impact of the Iran nuclear agreement on the United States – including the impact on energy markets – at the University of Houston later this month.
The University of Houston personifies diversity. Coogs from different cultures and countries comprise the campus community … making UH the second most diverse public research university in the country. Now, faculty, staff, students and alums have an opportunity to celebrate their association with the University and share their stories.
With its lush green spaces and robust public art collection, the University of Houston offers students a cozy, colorful campus. Cougars aren’t the only ones in the know about UH’s many attributes. The University recently was ranked among the most beautiful campuses in the country by online guide Great Value Colleges.
- Feb 5 7:30pm
33rd Annual International Piano Festival. Abbey Simon Recital. Works by Clementi, Schumann, Chopin
- Feb 8 6:30pm
J. Craig Venter, Ph.D. is a prominent scientist who is bringing his innovative expertise in biological engineering and the human genome to the University of Houston.
- Feb 8 7:30pm
David Bertman, Betsy Cook Weber, directors. Texas Music Educators Association Preview Concert
- Feb 11 1pm
Join the UH Office of Sustainability on Feb. 11 to kick off the two-month long RecycleMania competition.
- Feb 15 7:30pm
Rob Smith, director; Alejandro Basulto Martinez, director; Danielle Wojcik, soprano. In collaboration with Gulf Coast Journal, featuring writers from the UH Creative Writing Department.
The University of Houston is creating research excellence. This issue of Research and Innovation engages readers with stories about cutting-edge approaches to cancer treatment, how the brain is affected by expressive dance, intriguing findings through laser mapping, and many more groundbreaking scientific discoveries.
Revolutionary discoveries and developments at the University of Houston’s national centers, pioneering technologies used in our laboratories, a one-of-a-kind hospitality industry archives that has Hollywood calling – are just a few reasons why the University’s national competitiveness and prominence are distinctly recognizable.