Posted on · Insights from its work in the mental health community will inform state policy
Posted on · The group recommends moving away from specialists to an "integrated care" model
Posted on · A program to reduce teen pregnancies has been given funding to expand to five new neighborhoods of Greater Houston. The program is called We Can Do More, and we learn more about it from Dr. Kimberly Johnson, program manager and faculty associate at UTHealth School of Public Health. Beginning in 2012, UTHealth started a test […]
Posted on · The Jesse H. Jones Hall for the Performing Arts is celebrating its 50th anniversary this month. In the first of a three-part series, we start with the story of the venue’s creation.
Posted on · Recently (Sept. 20, 2016), Shell Oil announced plans to vacate most of its downtown offices. Thousands of employees are expected to move to the company's Woodcreek Complex on I-10 and North Dairy Ashford and to the Shell Technology Center on State Highway 6. The move is planned for the first quarter of 2017. On this […]
Posted on · The research institute will develop three new programs thanks to a $7 million grant.
Posted on · Jesse H. Jones was a businessman, a cabinet member and played a significant role in rescuing failing banks and businesses during the Great Depression. And his name is familiar from the facades of numerous cultural institutions around Houston. And now, an archive of his personal effects and communications will open to the public at Rice […]