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New UH Mentoring Scholarship Program Aims to Fill Future Demand for STEM Jobs
Program to benefit freshmen with majors in the Departments of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Mathematics, and Physics.

Hurricanes and Pollution: Studying a Connection
Doctoral student laying groundwork for future studies on impact of hurricanes on air pollution.

Atmospheric Scientists Study Under-Researched Role of Clouds in Regulating Earth’s Temperature
Yunsoo Choi Uses Data from TRACER, a Meteorological Experiment in Houston.

UH Hosting Lecture by ‘Father of Environmental Justice’ Robert D. Bullard
Noted author, activist presenting ‘The Quest for Environmental and Climate Justice’ Sept. 23.

New Catalyst Offers a More Affordable Way to Produce Hydrogen from Seawater
Researchers discover a single catalyst capable of splitting both freshwater and seawater at low voltage.

An Educational Journey Begins Thanks to Make-A-Wish
Biochemistry major Andrea Espinosa receives tuition assistance for freshman year.

Two Biology Students Complete UH-HEART Summer Program
Program encourages STEM graduate study, careers in cardiovascular research and medicine.

STEM RISE Opens Doors for High School Students to Explore Paths to Science Careers
Students from Yates High School in Houston’s Third Ward enjoyed a hands-on STEM experience in UH labs.

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