November is National Vegan Month. Stop by Moody Dining Commons and check out our tabling event where we will be highlighting daily vegan recipes.
Are you a current student or UH alumni? Join more than 100 companies across dozens of industries to learn about internships and career opportunities in sales. The career fair is open to all majors. Professional dress is required.
Come to this session and write elected officials on current policy issues.
Register to vote. Service dogs will be there to help guide you through the process. Casting a vote is a well-known type of political behavior that is critical to a democracy because citizens elect the representatives who serve in government.
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.
“What’s Gonna Happen?” is an evocative talk by MacArthur Fellow and Pulitzer and Tony Award-nominated Taylor Mac. A playwright, actor, songwriter, performance artist, director and producer, Mac speaks about his vision for the future of the theatre in an uncertain world and the power of transforming calamity into communion.
Award-winning performer, playwright, songwriter, performance artist, director and producer Taylor Mac is the featured speaker at the annual Mitchell Artist Lecture. During his talk titled “What’s Gonna Happen?,” Mac will share his vision for the future of theatre in an uncertain world and the power of transforming calamity into communion.
Typographer and graphic designer Benjamin Van Dyke comes to Houston for the first time to discuss his eclectic body of work. Van Dyke works in 2-D print as well as 3-D site-specific typographic installations.
The School of Art welcomes Benjamin Van Dyke to the University of Houston for a guest lecture held in conjunction with UH Graphic Alumni Partnership (GAP)’s 2019 Main Event.