Staff Council is launching a Food Drive benefiting the Cougar Cupboard at the University of Houston.
QPR, which stands for “Question, Persuade, Refer”, is a nationally recognized suicide prevention program designed to educate persons to recognize and respond to the signs of suicidal thinking or behavior.
Registration Required: https://uh.edu/caps/outreach/qpr-suicide-prevention/
QPR, which stands for “Question, Persuade, Refer,” is a nationally recognized suicide prevention program designed to educate persons to recognize and respond to the signs of suicide thinking or behavior.
This no cost online weight loss program has helped HealthSelect of Texas and Consumer Directed HealthSelect participants lose more than 77,000 pounds! If you’re looking for a solution to help keep you on track, this may just be it. Attend to learn more.
Are you ready to advance your career and make a difference in the lives of others? Sign up today to get your questions answered in real time at a free UH Graduate School virtual information session on Tuesday, March 9, 2021 from 3 to 4 p.m. We have programs in curriculum and instruction, K-12 administration, higher education, school psychology and more. RSVP now
Pop Pilates is an intense, mat-based workout that develops a strong core and lean muscles, all to the beat of the music!
Downsizing is a 4-week program that helps you bring body fat percentage to a healthy range by providing education, activity, and behavior change support.
The Trans/Nonbinary Discussion Group is for transgender students and partners, or anyone questioning their gender identity. After attending the group, participants should feel more empowered to engage with the general community as an advocate for themselves. All Identities Welcome!
Cardio Dance fuses musical rhythms and choreographed dance moves together to create a dynamic workout that’s designed for funand a good workout! in mind. Moving to the music allows your mind to relax while your body is in constant motion.
Please join us for time in God’s Word! Our Bible study is student-led and our current study is called “Thy Will Be Done”.