- The University of Houston College of Education graduate programs are among the best in the nation, according to new rankings from the U.S. News & World Report’s 2016 Best Graduate Schools.
- The field of presidential candidates continues to grow. With Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Marco Rubio announcing their respective candidacies this week, the race continues to reflect the changing face of American politics. UH faculty experts are available to discuss the opportunities and challenges these candidates will face in their quest for votes.
- For the sixth consecutive year, computer science gaming students from the University of Houston are advancing to the U.S. Microsoft Imagine Cup national finals.
- Art entertains, but it’s also a powerful tool that educates. This week, artists are unveiling performances and pieces throughout the city as part of the University of Houston Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts’ CounterCurrent festival. Among them will be works from guest artists who have links to Muslim majority countries and Muslim cultures.
- Leaders in the arts and sciences will be honored for their commitment to community enrichment and support of the University of Houston. Artist Rick Lowe and the Robert A. Welch Foundation each will receive the UH President’s Medallion during the May 15 University Commencement ceremonies at TDECU Stadium.
- Wolffest is a great opportunity for students to understand the difference between planning for a business and operating a business.
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