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Through a New Lens: UH College of Optometry Leading Fight Against Myopia
Researchers at the University of Houston College of Optometry secured dozens of awards from the National Eye Institute for groundbreaking studies into myopia, also known as "nearsightedness", a condition that occurs when the eye grows too long, causing distant objects to appear blurry.
UH's Blaffer Art Museum Remains a Force in Local and International Art Scene at 50 Years
The University of Houston's Blaffer Art Museum is celebrating 50 years of exhibiting the works of Picasso, Kahlo and Munch while giving up-and-coming artists a place to showcase their creations.
UH Revives Hockey After Decades on Ice
Hockey is back at the University of Houston as students lace up their skates for the first time in nearly 80 years.
UH Researchers Develop New Percussion Method to Detect Pipeline Elbow Erosion
A University of Houston engineering research team is pioneering a new method, based on percussion, to detect pipeline elbow erosion to prevent economic losses, environmental pollution and other safety issues.
Paul Kittle Appointed to Lead Student Affairs for University of Houston System, UH
After a nationwide search, University of Houston System Chancellor Renu Khator has appointed Paul R. Kittle as the new vice chancellor for student affairs for the UH System and vice president for student affairs for the University of Houston. His appointment will be effective Jan. 17, 2024.
New Texas Trends Survey Shows Opinions Differ on Causes, Effects of Extreme Weather
About half of Texans asked in the latest Texas Trends survey acknowledged a link between climate change and the state’s extreme weather events. But on the question of what causes climate change there is little agreement, especially across age and political divisions.
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