As part of Sexual Health Awareness Month, the Student Health Center is offering an STI Screening package for asymptomatic (without symptoms) self-pay students. Appointments are required.
Learn to climb at the CRWC. Check out a harness and meet in the OA office before class begins. The registration deadline is Sept. 16 at 5 p.m.
UH College of Pharmacy students will offer free information on the topic of various immunizations.
This nationally recognized program is designed to educate persons to recognize and respond to the signs of suicidal thinking and behaviors. Individuals will learn how to ask the suicide question, how to persuade the person to contact appropriate assistance, and how to identify referral options.
Learn the fundamentals of powerlifting from a USA Powerlifting Senior National Coach. You can expect high level coaching within sessions as well as planned workouts to complete outside of sessions, designed to optimize your strength. (Registration deadline: October 4)
Get to know your campus better with Public Art Walks. Join your fellow students on walks around campus learning about the groundbreaking public art the University of Houston offers. These walks are student lead and will last around 30 minutes.
Learn more about the Program for Excellence in Selling at this informal meeting.
Poetry and Prose is a reading series featuring UH faculty, students, alumni and other well-known writers, that happens right here on campus. Readings are free and open to the public.
Join us for a presentation from the organizers of Documenting the Nameplate on nameplate jewelry and the politics of taste. Founded in 2017 by Marcel Rosa-Salas and Isabel Flower, Documenting the Nameplate is an open-call photography book project that celebrates nameplate jewelry and its many cultural traditions. Rosa-Salas and Flower invite anyone attending this presentation who also has a nameplate to bring it to be documented for the book.
Twin brothers, a millionaire, his mistress, her lover, a wise woman, her romance-smitten attendant and a dancer — an eccentrically mixed group of people, all trying to find happiness. Mistaken identities and schemes abound in this charming classic comedy.