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.
UH Researchers Suggest Hydrogen Fuel Can be a Competitive Alternative to Gasoline and Diesel Today
University of Houston energy researchers posit hydrogen fuel can potentially be a cost-competitive and environmentally friendly alternative to gasoline and diesel, and that supplying hydrogen for transportation in the greater Houston area can be profitable today.
Repeat! Four University of Houston Researchers Named Most Cited in the World
For the second straight year, the same dynamic quartet of University of Houston scientists has been honored as world-class, highly cited researchers, acknowledging the remarkable and widespread impact of their scientific endeavors.
UH Physicist, Wife, Make $1.4M Gift for Advancement of Scientific Research and Education
World-renowned University of Houston physicist Paul Chu and his wife, May Chern, have made a generous $1.4 million gift to advance scientific education and research at UH. The gift establishes The Paul C. W. Chu and May P. Chern Endowed Chair in Condensed Matter Physics in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and The Paul C. W. Chu and May P. Chern Endowed Distinguished Lecture series.
Nov 28 11:30 am
Stress Free Finals Kick-Off
Stress Free Finals is here! Join us for the Kick-off and enjoy free pizza, shirts, and other giveaways! There will also be a SMASH room for you to de-stress along with a DJ and photobooth!
Nov 29 11:00 am
Unwind with Wellness Wednesday: Finals Edition
Relax before the stress of finals week sets in. Prioritize your mental health and join us for our final Unwind with Wellness of the semester. This events features your favorite UWWW activities: pet therapy, DIY, massage therapy, resource tables, free food, and more.
Nov 29 3:00 pm
Design Depot: Winter Edition
Join us for a relaxing afternoon of arts and crafts and paint your very own ornament! All supplies are provided, along with an exclusive black UH beanie! Hot chocolate, coffee, and cookies will also be available while supplies last.
Nov 30 11:00 am
Come out to the annual Winter Wonderland event and enjoy 60 tons of snow, food, t-shirts, and more! Hosted by SPB
Dec 05 5:30 pm
Grad School Info Session: Higher Ed. M.Ed. & Ph.D.
Want to serve as a change agent in the postsecondary education sector? Learn more about earning an M.Ed. or Ph.D. in higher education at our virtual information session on Tuesday, Dec. 5 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. RSVP now!
Dec 07 8:30 am
CCUS Commercial Deployment: What Will It Take To Make It Happen?
A half-day symposium where the Center for Carbon Management in Energy will showcase findings from an assessment of the necessary infrastructure that would be required for broad commercial deployment of carbon caputure, utilization and storage. Through this research and analysis comes an essential roadmap that our region – and others – can follow in order to achieve ambitious global climate goals.
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