- This semester, University of Houston students from the School of Art’s Graphic Design Program teamed up with peers in the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design to offer a glimpse into the Third Ward’s past. The project, “Animating History,” paired students who designed 22 life size map pins that illustrate once successful establishments along the Dowling Street corridor.
- Students from 14 colleges and 240 disciplines will participate in UH’s commencement and convocation ceremonies May 11-14. Among the 5,002 students graduating this year are a number of remarkable student success stories.
- Graduation is a special time, but for students Richard Bundick and Anesa Sankar the accomplishment has extra meaning. They are the first graduates of the new UH Hilton College-San Antonio. They’ll join fellow hotel and restaurant management graduates in Houston for the college’s convocation ceremony at 9 a.m., Friday, May 13 at Hofheinz Pavilion.
- Students in a new interdisciplinary course at the University of Houston are learning about the troubled history of energy exploration in Africa and other developing countries and discussing ways to change the future.
- A University of Houston student set to graduate this spring has been awarded a graduate research fellowship from the National Science Foundation, propelling him toward a graduate degree in chemical engineering.
- This semester, a group of students at the University of Houston’s Jack J. Valenti School of Communication are using their talents to bring attention to aniMeals on Wheels and collect pet food donations.
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