Coffee with a Cop is an event to break down the barriers between police officers and the UH community. It is an opportunity get to know each other and discover mutual goals for the community.
“Let’s Talk” is a program that provides easy access to informal confidential consultations with therapists from Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). CAPS therapists hold walk-in hours at various locations around campus during the week. There is no appointment or fee necessary.
The first lecture in the Art and Culture across the Humanities Colloquium Series.
Plan to attend the citizenship learning workshop to learn the requirements for becoming a U.S. citizen. Lawyers will be present to answer questions and providing more information about the N-400 application for those who are ready to apply for citizenship.
The Blaffer Art Museum proudly introduces Convergences, a new platform for interdisciplinary live performances, conversations, experimentation and improvisation.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author, historian, and public health expert David M. Oshinsky, Ph.D., will deliver the 2019 John P. McGovern Award Lecture in Family, Health and Human Values. In a lecture titled “The Frayed Safety Net: The Future of America’s Public Hospitals,” Oshinsky will outline a path toward a brighter future for the rapidly disappearing medical institutions that serve the nation’s poor and underserved communities.