RecycleMania is a friendly competition and bench-marking tool for college and university recycling programs to promote waste reduction activities to their campus communities.
The Urban Experience Program (UEP), the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI), and Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) are hosting a mixer for students who identify as “Dreamers” so they can meet others like themselves and learn how UEP, CDI, and CAPS can support them.
A part of a regular lunch-and-learn series focusing on topics affecting national security and travel of goods and people.
Stressed out about upcoming exams? Don’t fret, CAPS is here to help! Join the next Food for Thought workshop to learn how to conquer mid-semester and anxiety.
The Department of Sociology’s 2019 Sociology in Action Lecture Series features former Mayor Annise Parker.
In celebration of Black History Month, join a talk titled “Slavery by Another Name.” The discussion will examine the discovery of the remains of 95 black inmates at the Imperial Farm Prison in Sugar Land, which has drawn national attention to the history of convict leasing in Texas and the Greater Houston Area. The distinguished speakers will explain this history and the current struggle to honor and memorialize the lives and deaths of these 95 men.
What happens when our autonomous decisions undercut our success? Sarah Conly argues it may help for government to step in to save us from ourselves.
Click! Click! Click! Cheer on the University of Houston Womens Basketball team as they go against USF on Social Media Night. Bring your twitter fingers as we will be taking over social media for some interactive activities during the game and a photobooth with props will be available.