Have you ever offended someone but didn’t know why? This interactive workshop provides participants with awareness and understanding of the ways words and actions can unconsciously and consciously communicate derogatory or hurtful messages to others.
Attending this workshop counts as an Elective credit for the RISE Diversity Leadership Certificate Program.
Our office hours provide an open space for you to relax, pray and/or receive pastoral counseling. All are welcome.
The University of Houston’s Cougar Cupboard is in partnership with the Houston Food Bank’s Food for Change market network. The cupboard is available to all enrolled UH undergraduate or graduate students who may need access to additional food. Cougar Cupboard is located on the first floor of the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center (in UH Wellness), and is stocked full of fresh fruits and vegetables, frozen/refrigerated foods, and dry goods.
Stop by this interactive activity to help you learn more about dating violence. Participants move, act, think, and make choices as a person experiencing a toxic relationship.
Latina graduate students - join the REACH community for some ice cream and socializing at the WGRC!
Rising electricity prices, increasing concerns about grid reliability, and achieving carbon-free electricity in the U.S. by 2035 have refocused attention on the role of nuclear in the energy transition. This comes after a decade of low investments, accumulating nuclear waste, an aging fleet of reactors, public opposition, and regulatory mandates that stalled nuclear’s growth and led to declines in production.