Posted on · Telling stories is as old as the history of history. One UH class takes students to the origins of writing. Here's this week's UH Moment.
Posted on · Reading, writing and arithmetic belong in the classroom, but what about yoga? One University of Houston researcher says yes.
Posted on · “I am interested in optical sensing and imaging to read biomedical signals from the body.”
Posted on · “Mariachi music is very spontaneous; it’s very on the spot. There’s no time to think. Everything is in the moment,”
Posted on · “Obesity is the most pressing issue that we have facing us today,”
Posted on · “I think all of archaeology is an attempt to reconstruct the past, but to do so, as much as possible, from the standpoint of those who lived that past.”
Posted on · Revolution, freedom and America's Independence are alive in rare books and artifacts at UH Special Collections. Here's this week's UH Moment
Posted on · “A nurse is there across the life span.”
Posted on · “There’s a difference between having a good idea to something that is fantastic and out in the marketplace. Takes an awful lot of effort.”
Posted on · “I consider myself a teacher before I consider myself a conductor. I’m in it for the kids, and everything I say and do is for them.”
Posted on · “It’s a proven fact you can’t text and drive!”
Posted on · “I’ve been in the cyber security arena for more than 15 years. I’m here because I want to make the next generation of tech workers.”
Posted on · “You’re a Coog for life. I’ll always be UH for sure,” she said.
Posted on · “It’s an amazing thing to see the impact industrial design can have on people’s lives.” Research has shown that individuals with disabilities who play adaptive sports, like wheelchair racing, have better mental health, employment and physical health. Two teams of Industrial Design students from the College of Architecture made wheelchair racers for middle and high […]
Posted on · Jupiter, Saturn and its moon Titan—ancient celestial neighbors providing new information about Earth.