Students stop by UH Wellness and enjoy some tea.
Friendsgiving is an opportunity to give back to communities and celebrate with friends and chosen family.
Our office hours provide an open space for you to relax, pray and/or receive pastoral counseling. All are welcome.
What does diversity even mean and why does it matter? This foundational workshop will explore the multiple dimensions of diversity and give participants the chance to explore how personal and cultural identities relate to their lived experiences. Everyone will leave with approaches to working effectively across differences.
Attending this workshop counts as a Core Workshop credit for the RISE Diversity Leadership Certificate Program.
Did you know if you are an Resident Assistant you can get FREE housing? Join us to learn about different resources available on campus!
In a supportive atmosphere, learn about strategies for
- time management,
- study methods,
- mindfulness, and more!
To register or for more information contact Laura Heidel, Ph.D. at firstname.lastname@example.org
Nexus Children’s Hospital in Houston, Texas is a child’s home away from home during recovery from complex medical issues following an acquired or traumatic brain injury, acute illness, chronic disease, or any other life-altering event. As the leaders in pediatric medical services and rehabilitation, Nexus Children’s Hospital treats children with primary medical issues who may also have secondary behavioral problems. Working with patients from infancy to age 21 who may have been unsuccessful in traditional rehabilitation environments, they treat a wide variety of diagnoses.