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We have secured all doors along S Rice and have designated Maple St as our primary entry point
The doors on the right hand side (attendance office) are where we are directing visitors to campus.
This week the HISD installed three camera/buzz-in systems for us to use for visitors to campus. Support staff in more than one office will be tasked with reviewing the request to enter and then releasing the doors to allow entry.
Through spring break we have staff at the…

A team of researchers in the University of Houston College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics is analyzing a few small fragments of the Tissint meteorite with the help of a $349,520, three-year grant from the NASA Solar System

The University of Houston College of Education won national honors in recognition of its first-rate teacher-preparation program. The Association of Teacher Educators honored the college with its Distinguished Program in Teacher Education Award, which recognizes “outstanding” programs that exemplify collaboration, innovation and high quality.

Ditch dangerous steel and slick plastic strapping! Composite cord strapping has higher impact resistance along with increased flexibility for those bulky or heavy duty strapping applications. The increased elongation and memory allow for safer and more secure loads, as well as having a high joint efficiency with just wire buckles and an economical manual tensioning tool. You can cut your strapping costs, your tooling costs, and…

UIL One Act Play - Mermaid
Red Bird Productions will present their UIL One Act Play tonight at 6:00pm and tomorrow at 3:00pm. Mermaid, by Polly Teale, is a reimagining of Hans Christian Anderson's tale of a mermaid's love and desperation. This play explores the themes of adolescence and the confusion, self-doubt, insecurities, and desires that come with that period in life. Teale contrasts the underwater…

Two new exhibitions at the University of Houston’s Blaffer Art Museum aim to make visitors re-examine the way they think about history in an age where facts are under question. The shows draw inspiration from historical events such as the Russian Revolution and the creation of the philosophical and cultural movement called Russian Cosmism. The exhibitions run through Saturday, March 24 and return Friday, June 1 through Saturday, Aug. 11.

The Cougars have now won five straight games, but it was the two games they won this week that set the tone for what the rest of their season can be. On Thursday night, Cincinnati came to down and …

After more than 12 years out of the rankings, the Cougars entered the Associated Press men's basketball poll on Monday at No. 23. UH was last ranked in the AP poll for one week early in the 2005 season.

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Houston Astros Josh Reddick points out to the field as he preppared to take voluntary batting practice during a shortened spring training day at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018, in West ... more

The University of Houston Swimming & Diving program earned its second straight American Athletic Conference Championship Saturday evening at the Robson & Lindley Aquatics Center and Barr-McMillion Natatorium. With a combined 826 points, 23 podium finishes and nine conference championships the Cougars retained control of the top spot in the American Athletic Conference

Orchestra & Piano UIL
Orchestra and Piano students participated in the annual UIL Solo & Ensemble Contest on Feb. 10. The following students received a score of Superior
Alex Chandler, Natalie Copeland, Brian Huynh, Jesse Ji, Meghana Kodali, Roshni Kumar, Maggie Kyle, William Lee, Joseph Mazella, Liam Martin, Andrew Li, Sam Li, Connie Lin, Ryan Lu, Emily Pan, Martin Sirakov, Aaron Soice, Chloe Trinh, Walter Truitt…

Tara Salt Flats, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile Blentech is all over the globe – our equipement, our technologies and our people. Our International Sales Manager, Akhilesh Pandey, recently traveled to Chile and made sure that Blentech was seen far and wide. Torres Del Paine National Park, Chile No matter where you are in the …

Change Happens! is a community-based non-profit in Third Ward, Houston,TX that provides programs and services to "empower people to help themselves."

February 2018 Service Special!
Label printer not printing right?
ISSI technicians can fix it!
We will visit your plant, review the problem and fix it!
Strapping tools too!
Hand tool slipping?

The sentencing of Obdulia Sanchez, 19, has set off new alarm bells over many dangers, including this: the idea that driving while live-streaming on Instagram is something that she — and others — do “all the time.”

Cageless in design, adidas introduces their innovative EQT Support ADV Shoes, this model is dressed in an upper that consists of a soft woven textile with ripstop panels towards the heels. A lightweight pair of trainers that have a futuristic personality

Our apologies, but due to unforeseen circumstances, Change Happens! has cancelled the 11th Annual Spring Breakfast, which was scheduled for April 6th, 2018. We appreciate your consideration and hope youll join us for future events. Thank you for your understanding and ongoing support of Change Happens! and the communities we serve.

Business Basics
Equipment: Life Fitness Functional Trainer, TRX, Surge, Kettlebell, Dumbbell, etc
Students should bring: bottle of water and a towel
Average class length: 30-60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1–5 people
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Established: 1990
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Very friendly environment with a lot of attention paid to…

Tanmay Thakker, a University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture & Design graduate student, recently won The Sharpstown Prize for Architecture for designing a single-family home that will be built on a vacant lot in the Sharpstown Community of Southwest Houston.

The excitement and energy of international rugby returns to BBVA Compass Stadium on Saturday, June 16 when the United States Men’s National Team hosts Scotland in a premiere test match, stadium officials announced today. The match is the second

Holly Ham’s journey began like that of many UH students. A young immigrant in Texas, she grew up in a blue-collar family. Her dad worked as a machinist, her mom as an assembly line worker at a food processing plant. Her parents sent all five of their children to college, with Ham attending the University of Houston Bauer College of Business.

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Thank you for your interest in being a candidate or registering a party for the SGA 2018 Elections! If you're not sure where to start or if you have any questions, please read this and email our office at [email protected] if you have further concerns. If you wish to be a candidate, download the Candidate Registration form and fill out all of the required information and be sure to read the information on the top of the form…

A new University of Houston study is tracking outcomes of 2,000 Houston Community College students to see how covering groceries costs changes their performance.

Worried about keeping your kids' mouth healthy? Learn simple, effective ways to teach your kids good tooth brushing and flossing habits.

In short order, Ryan Wochomurka has helped the University of Houston swimming and diving team back to national prominence.

The idea for Plant It Forward came to a group of local software entrepreneurs as they were looking for a way to give back to the community in 2010. In partnership with Catholic Charities Refugee Resettlement program and Urban Harvest, a local community garden non-profit, the idea for Plant It Forward was born. A local church leased the organization three acres and introduced them to 14 Congolese refugee farmers. Over two separate meetings this group met with the farmers and considered the next…

Five girls stood in a row with the words "NASA Engineer" pinned on the outside of their white lab coats, and each took a turn explaining their role in creating the Martian habitat to judges during a Mars Rover competition held Saturday at the University of Houston
The girls, who called themselves The Rock-A-Stars - Tricia Morgan, 10, Dawana Goodjoint, 9, Ta'niyah Cooper, 10, Jamyia Dixson, 10, and Ja'onna Gray, 10 - were not astronauts and engineers but elementary school students at Blackshear…