University of Houston Students Shine in DOE’s American-Made Carbon Management Competition
GreenHouston, a team of University of Houston students, created a winning proposal for an optimized carbon dioxide transportation pipeline specifically tailored for the Houston area. The team’s strategy won third place in the U.S. Department of Energy's first American-Made Carbon Management Collegiate Competition.
University of Houston Student Mielad Ziaee to Serve as UH System Student Regent
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has appointed University of Houston student Mielad Ziaee to serve as the student regent on the UH System Board of Regents. Ziaee will serve on the board until May 31, 2024, representing students across all four UH System universities.
Tools of the Trade
Newly expanded Arts & Technology Center, which is part of the Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts, provides space to hone skills, bring design into three dimensions. The space serves more than 200 students daily and the tools and equipment provided help UH students push the boundaries of their creativity.
Unleashing the Power of Intelligent Drone Swarms
A team of robot experts at the University of Houston is developing technology to allow drones to respond dynamically to changes in their environment like vehicles, predators and insect swarms. It’s a concept long ago mastered by birds flying in flocks and fish swimming in schools.
Think You’re Good at Saying No? Actually, You Could Probably Use a Few Pointers
Sooner or later, it happens: You hear yourself agreeing to a request that you would rather decline – you just didn’t know how. It’s a quandary where even expert advice givers come up short. So how, exactly, should you say no – definitively, politely, respectfully? UH researcher Vanessa Patrick sorts it out.
Examining Loneliness and Problem Drinking in the Hispanic Community
A University of Houston psychologist is leading a $2.9 million study of loneliness and problem drinking in the Hispanic community. The findings could lead to new interventions to improve health.
Jun 11 2:00 pm
Cynthia Woods Mitchell-Ima Hogg Young Artist Competition
TMF’s young artists compete for the chance to perform as soloist with the festival orchestra and cash prizes. A distinguished panel of judges chooses the winner, but YOU can help to choose the Audience Favorite prize. Come discover Classical music’s rising star soloists!
Jun 14 9:30 am
TMF-Keyboard Academy: Awadagin Pratt Master Class
Lietzow Piano Series artist, Awadagin Pratt, leads a piano master class with the students from the TMF Keyboard Academy.
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