The works of renowned photojournalist Ernest C. Withers (1922-2007), who captured the progression of anti-racism protests, marches and activism throughout the United States, will be on view at the UH M.D. Anderson Library. “I AM A MAN” is open to the public Sunday, Oct. 20 through Sunday, Nov. 3.
New Hire Celebration introduces newly hired employees to the UH Culture. Participants will have the opportunity to hear from key department representatives including Equal Opportunity Services, Information and Technology, and Human Resources
SAVE THE DATE: Lorraine Reitzel, health professor and director of Taking Texas Tobacco Free, will join a distinguished panel of physicians and health professionals as they discuss how they are saving lives, and what it will take to achieve a cancer-free future in our state. Please RSVP by Monday, Oct. 14.
The #FreshmanTour is taking over UH with a one-day concert & pop up shop. Complete with food and swag items, the event will also have contests and a concert with Zaena x Jason Maek.
Become a CRWC Basketball Official. Attend one rules clinic, one on-field clinic, and two scrimmages games (if offered).
Aaron Forrest and Yasmin Vobis join students, faculty, and alumni for the third event of our 2019 Fall Lecture Series. Forrest and Vobis manage their practice, Ultramoderne - an award-winning architecture and design firm in Providence, Rhode Island.
While we may aspire to live with the gods in the heavens, hell is a LOT more fun. This satirical operetta takes the stuffing out of Greek mythology and proves that nothing is sacred in this wickedly funny production.