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University of Houston Confirmed By CNN and Telemundo As Host-Site of ‘Super Tuesday’ Republican Presidential Debate

- The University of Houston has been selected by CNN, the RNC and Telemundo as host-site for a Republican presidential candidates’ debate on Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016.
Pnina Topham

UH Energy Symposium Considers Risks from Iran Nuclear Deal

- The Iran nuclear agreement, which lifted most economic sanctions in exchange for Iran’s agreement to limit its nuclear capabilities, has become a controversial talking point in this year’s presidential elections. A panel of experts will talk about how the deal may affect the United States during a symposium at the University of Houston next week.
Jeannie Kever

'The Hunchback Variations' Visits UH

- – It’s not every day that audiences can experience a panel discussion from esteemed composer Ludwig Van Beethoven and misunderstood hunchback Quasimodo. Soon these legendary figures will come together at the University of Houston in “The Hunchback Variations.”
Mike Emery

New Seed Grants from Center for Mexican American Studies, Office of the Provost Support New Research on Latinos

- The Faculty Research Seed Grants are a new offering through the Center for Mexican American Studies and Office of the Provost to provide support for policy-relevant and multidisciplinary research on Mexican-Americans and Latinos. Eight UH researchers have been selected to share $37,000 in this inaugural award.
Marisa Ramirez

Top Young Scientists Compete in Science Engineering Fair

- Are you looking for the next big thing? You might find it at this year’s Science Engineering Fair of Houston, set for Feb. 27. About 1,200 students are expected to compete in the 57th Science Engineering Fair of Houston at the UH Athletic & Alumni Center.
Jeannie Kever

‘Your Brain on Art’ Dance Performance Set for Friday

- The latest in a series of artistic collaborations with a University of Houston engineer is set for 5:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12, when three dancer-choreographers will perform while their brain activity is recorded.
Jeannie Kever

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