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It's UHCL Week on AAC&U's WAMC podcast, The Academic Minute. Listen to conversations with Drs. Bill Powers, Isabelle Kus...
05/06/2021

It's UHCL Week on AAC&U's WAMC podcast, The Academic Minute. Listen to conversations with Drs. Bill Powers, Isabelle Kusters, and Desdamona Rios from earlier in the week with two more features of Drs. Se-Hyoung Yi and Andrea Baldwin still to come. https://academicminute.org/

It's UHCL Week on AAC&U's WAMC podcast, The Academic Minute. Listen to conversations with Drs. Bill Powers, Isabelle Kusters, and Desdamona Rios from earlier in the week with two more features of Drs. Se-Hyoung Yi and Andrea Baldwin still to come. https://academicminute.org/

HSH faculty featured all week on The Academic Minute. Read and listen to the feature segment on Dr. Isabelle Kusters: ht...
05/05/2021
Isabelle Kusters, University of Houston Clear Lake – Public Health and Everyday Life - The Academic Minute

HSH faculty featured all week on The Academic Minute. Read and listen to the feature segment on Dr. Isabelle Kusters:
https://academicminute.org/2021/05/isabelle-kusters-university-of-houston-clear-lake-public-health-and-everyday-life/

On University of Houston Clear-Lake Week: COVID-19 has brought many unseen social impacts to the fore. Isabelle Kusters, assistant professor of exercise and health science, examines one of these. Isabelle Kusters, Ph.D., MPH, is an assistant professor of public health in the Department of Clinical,....

This Friday, May 7, screening of award-winning documentary 5B, the inspirational story of the courageous nurses and care...
05/04/2021
In Depth With 5B: Film Showing & Panel Discussion | University of Houston-Clear Lake

This Friday, May 7, screening of award-winning documentary 5B, the inspirational story of the courageous nurses and caregivers who took extraordinary steps to provide unprecedented care for patients of the first AIDS ward in the United States at San Francisco General Hospital. Panel with HSH's Drs. Roberta Leal and Dawit Woldu will follow the screening. Free, Open to the Public: In-person at the Bayou Theater and the Pearland Lecture Hall, or online via Zoom. Director of Nursing, Dr. Karen Alexander, previews the event in the link below.
https://soundcloud.com/rhetdr/dr-karen-alexander-introduces-5b-film-screening/s-INpYuoHGAT3

https://www.uhcl.edu/5b-film/

On-campus parking is free. Parking is available at UH-Clear Lake in Visitor's Lot R and Student Lot D. Parking is also available at UHCL Pearland. 

Spring Course Evaluations available now through May for 15-week classes and May 1-8 for 2nd 8wk classes.
04/21/2021

Spring Course Evaluations available now through May for 15-week classes and May 1-8 for 2nd 8wk classes.

Spring Course Evaluations available now through May for 15-week classes and May 1-8 for 2nd 8wk classes.

Check out Ep. 01 and 02 of the HSH Presents podcast. The Friday show features research presentation previews for next Mo...
04/09/2021
HSH Presents...

Check out Ep. 01 and 02 of the HSH Presents podcast. The Friday show features research presentation previews for next Monday's WGST talk by Dr. Elizabeth Klett and HSH Presents talk by Dr. Sarah Costello. The interview this week is a conversation between Professor Clay Leonard and recent Art & Design Master's graduate Jennifer Lehnert about the challenges of turning her capstone project into an online exhibition. Available soon wherever you listen to podcasts.
https://open.spotify.com/show/1v2pgW0liEGWGyInKWD1aM?si=9ogMbkfSTwO1zpwNa2QMpg&utm_source=copy-link

Listen to HSH Presents... on Spotify. Hello Everyone and Welcome to HSH presents! From Poignant student topics to Faculty endeavors and all kinds of collaborations in between, here is where you want to be to find just what “HSH presents”. Hosted By Kayleigh McKee and Mars Taylor.

30th Annual Emily G. Sutter Virtual Symposium for Mental and Behavioral Health begins at 12pm today with presentations o...
04/02/2021
Emily G. Sutter Symposium | University of Houston-Clear Lake

30th Annual Emily G. Sutter Virtual Symposium for Mental and Behavioral Health begins at 12pm today with presentations on "Hope and Despair in Clinical Treatment" and "Traumatized Youth with IDD." The Symposium runs through July 9 with over 10 sessions. Register and see the schedule: https://www.uhcl.edu/psychological-services-clinic/emily-sutter-symposium/ .

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Full list of @nehgov spring virtual grant workshops https://www.neh.gov/grants/virtualworkshops
03/30/2021
NEH Virtual Grant Workshops

Full list of @nehgov spring virtual grant workshops https://www.neh.gov/grants/virtualworkshops

NEH Virtual Grant Workshops Join a live virtual workshop with NEH program staff to hear about NEH grant opportunities, deadlines, and application information. Sign up to receive email updates from NEH on grant programs, funding opportunities, agency news, and events. NEH Virtual Workshop — all int...

HSH's Professor of Philosophy, Dr. Keith Parsons shares, "Why It is OK to Trust Science" in tonight's HSH Presents lectu...
03/29/2021
Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: HSH Presents: "Why it is OK to Trust Science" with Dr. Keith Parsons. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

HSH's Professor of Philosophy, Dr. Keith Parsons shares, "Why It is OK to Trust Science" in tonight's HSH Presents lecture series, moderated by Professor of Sociology, Dr. Mike McMullen. 6pm. https://uhcl.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_e4qT7B5fSgyVB_9bspIDIQ

Why trust science? Fifty years ago the question would have seemed frivolous. Of course you trust science. It is the only truly trustworthy human enterprise. Now science has been politicized, and where you stand on scientific issues is a test of political loyalties. From creationists on the right, to...

NASA seeks ideas from student teams. Proposals due, May 23.
03/22/2021
NASA Asks University Teams for Moon, Mars Mission Design Ideas

NASA seeks ideas from student teams. Proposals due, May 23.

NASA, in collaboration with the National Space Grant Foundation, is seeking university teams to develop innovative design ideas that could assist in the agency’s Moon to Mars mission objectives.

Read President Blake's official statement on the #Atlanta shooting with resources and a link to UHCL's Statement on #Div...
03/18/2021
Statement on the Recent Events in Atlanta

Read President Blake's official statement on the #Atlanta shooting with resources and a link to UHCL's Statement on #DiversityandInclusion. https://mailchi.mp/uhcl.edu/recent-events-atlanta?e=065661ce31

March 18, 2021 Dear Hawks,  Yesterday I spent an hour with students, alumni, faculty, administrators, and elected officials discussing the future of University of Houston-Clear Lake. We had an opportunity to clearly state all that we value and how we view our university. I spoke of the common threa...

8 murdered, incl 6 Asian women at Asian-owned day spas. Solidarity and empathy for UHCL'S Asian community 🙏🏽❤✊🏽 requires...
03/18/2021
There were 3,800 anti-Asian racist incidents, mostly against women, in past year

8 murdered, incl 6 Asian women at Asian-owned day spas. Solidarity and empathy for UHCL'S Asian community 🙏🏽❤✊🏽 requires naming racism, misogyny, xenophobia, ethnic fetishization and violence.#StopAAPIHate #ShowUp

“There is an intersectional dynamic going on that others may perceive both Asians and women and Asian women as easier targets,” one professor said.

Tonight at 6pm, Dr. Lorie Jacobs presents "What Employers Want: Writing in UHCL's Top 4 Majors" via Zoom: https://uhcl.z...
03/08/2021
Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: HSH Presents: "What Employers Want: Writing in UHCL's Top 4 Majors" with Dr. Lorie Jacobs. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

Tonight at 6pm, Dr. Lorie Jacobs presents "What Employers Want: Writing in UHCL's Top 4 Majors" via Zoom: https://uhcl.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_mcwGwvyPQ7GPGlKhqbKJtg

In "What Employers Want," Dr. Lorie Jacobs will present preliminary data from an FRSF-funded study of employers’ expectations of writing in the workplace, especially as it pertains to new hires and career advancement. The research team interviewed professionals in UHCL’s top four majors: Psychol...

Every child benefits from gender equity in education. 132 million school-aged girls worldwide do not have access to form...
03/08/2021

Every child benefits from gender equity in education. 132 million school-aged girls worldwide do not have access to formal education (unicef.org). (Image Credit: Don Preston/The Boston Globe via Getty Images, March 8 1970 #IWD2021 March)

Every child benefits from gender equity in education. 132 million school-aged girls worldwide do not have access to formal education (unicef.org). (Image Credit: Don Preston/The Boston Globe via Getty Images, March 8 1970 #IWD2021 March)

Senior Academic Advisor Alisha McCracken and her family welcomed twin girls in the wee hours of Friday, March 5!  Baby K...
03/05/2021

Senior Academic Advisor Alisha McCracken and her family welcomed twin girls in the wee hours of Friday, March 5! Baby K, 5 lbs 7 oz and Baby T, 4 lbs, are doing well and breathing on their own, but are currently in NICU since they were born about 6 weeks early. Alisha reports that she feels great as well and is looking forward to spending lots of quality time with them and their big brother, G. #HSHBabies #LittlestAdvisors

Senior Academic Advisor Alisha McCracken and her family welcomed twin girls in the wee hours of Friday, March 5! Baby K, 5 lbs 7 oz and Baby T, 4 lbs, are doing well and breathing on their own, but are currently in NICU since they were born about 6 weeks early. Alisha reports that she feels great as well and is looking forward to spending lots of quality time with them and their big brother, G. #HSHBabies #LittlestAdvisors

Wow. Check out Dr. Cedillo. 👇🏽 NEURODIVERSITY & WRITING PEDAGOGYDr. Christina CedilloUniversity of Houston - Clear Lake ...
03/05/2021

Wow. Check out Dr. Cedillo. 👇🏽 NEURODIVERSITY & WRITING PEDAGOGY
Dr. Christina Cedillo
University of Houston - Clear Lake March 5, 2021, noon-1 p.m. Link to attend: http://bit.ly/3sEUDrL

Overview: Dr. Cedillo's research focuses on the role of embodiment in communication, particularly in relation to race, gender and disability. She also examines how mainstream teaching practices affect students from minoritized populations to consider how we can make education more inclusive of people from all cultures. She will be offering theoretical insights and pedagogical strategies.

Suggested readings in advance:
Cedillo, "What Does It Mean to Move?: Race, Disability, and Critical Embodiment Pedagogy," Composition Forum, 2018. Grace, "Cognitively Accessible Language (Why We Should Care)." Feminist Wire, 2013

Wow. Check out Dr. Cedillo. 👇🏽 NEURODIVERSITY & WRITING PEDAGOGY
Dr. Christina Cedillo
University of Houston - Clear Lake March 5, 2021, noon-1 p.m. Link to attend: http://bit.ly/3sEUDrL

Overview: Dr. Cedillo's research focuses on the role of embodiment in communication, particularly in relation to race, gender and disability. She also examines how mainstream teaching practices affect students from minoritized populations to consider how we can make education more inclusive of people from all cultures. She will be offering theoretical insights and pedagogical strategies.

Suggested readings in advance:
Cedillo, "What Does It Mean to Move?: Race, Disability, and Critical Embodiment Pedagogy," Composition Forum, 2018. Grace, "Cognitively Accessible Language (Why We Should Care)." Feminist Wire, 2013

This Friday is the "Lift Every Voice" spoken word performance. The event will feature youth poets, Ms. Joyane Eriom and ...
02/26/2021

This Friday is the "Lift Every Voice" spoken word performance. The event will feature youth poets, Ms. Joyane Eriom and Ms. Madison Petaway, and Houston's 2015 Poet Laureate, Ms. Deborah D.E.E.P. Mouton. UHCL's Visiting Assistant Professor of Literature, Dr. Jennifer McCauley will be the event's Mistress of Ceremonies. Please share this event flyer.

This Friday is the "Lift Every Voice" spoken word performance. The event will feature youth poets, Ms. Joyane Eriom and Ms. Madison Petaway, and Houston's 2015 Poet Laureate, Ms. Deborah D.E.E.P. Mouton. UHCL's Visiting Assistant Professor of Literature, Dr. Jennifer McCauley will be the event's Mistress of Ceremonies. Please share this event flyer.

WGST Faculty Author Series kicks off today, Monday, Feb. 22 at 2 p.m. via Zoom. Dr. Andrea Baldwin will present her chap...
02/22/2021

WGST Faculty Author Series kicks off today, Monday, Feb. 22 at 2 p.m. via Zoom. Dr. Andrea Baldwin will present her chapter, "'Eyas' on the Prize: Mapping the Relaunch of Performance at UH-Clear Lake." https://blog.uhcl.edu/news/lecture-series-highlights-research-by-womens-studies-profs

WGST Faculty Author Series kicks off today, Monday, Feb. 22 at 2 p.m. via Zoom. Dr. Andrea Baldwin will present her chapter, "'Eyas' on the Prize: Mapping the Relaunch of Performance at UH-Clear Lake." https://blog.uhcl.edu/news/lecture-series-highlights-research-by-womens-studies-profs

Women's and Gender Studies faculty to host #wgst lecture series
02/12/2021
University of Houston-Clear Lake | Lecture series highlights research by Women's Studies profs

Women's and Gender Studies faculty to host #wgst lecture series

Professors in the Women’s and Gender Studies program at University of Houston-Clear Lake do more than teach — they’re also researchers and published authors in the field of gender and sexuality. WGST faculty work will be highlighted in a monthly Author Series to launch virtually beginning Mond...

@livelifedeep Poet, Educator, Author, Deborah DEEP Mouton shares her favorite reads as part of the @UHClearLake #LiftEve...
02/12/2021

@livelifedeep Poet, Educator, Author, Deborah DEEP Mouton shares her favorite reads as part of the @UHClearLake #LiftEveryVoice teaching workshop and panel discussion today. #BlackHistoryMonth

@livelifedeep Poet, Educator, Author, Deborah DEEP Mouton shares her favorite reads as part of the @UHClearLake #LiftEveryVoice teaching workshop and panel discussion today. #BlackHistoryMonth

Corissa Barrow, MFT, receives prestigious fellowship:
02/11/2021
PROFILE: Corissa Barrow awarded fellowship

Corissa Barrow, MFT, receives prestigious fellowship:

Corissa Barrow, a student in the Family Therapy program (MFT), received the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Minority Fellowship.

2020’s Horrors, Frustrations and Emotions Tackled in New #Art Exhibit at @UHClearLakeAn Inside Look at the Making of "!@...
02/11/2021
2020's Horrors, Frustrations and Emotions Tackled in New Art Exhibit at UH Clear Lake | PaperCity Magazine

2020’s Horrors, Frustrations and Emotions Tackled in New #Art Exhibit at @UHClearLake
An Inside Look at the Making of "[email protected]#$ 2020" https://www.papercitymag.com/arts/2020-art-exhibition-university-houston-clear-lake/

Crystal Correa, a 2020 University of Houston-Clear Lake BFA grad takes us behind the scenes into the making of a controversial art exhibition. The title itself — "[email protected]#$ 2020"— alludes to the feeling and aesthetic it tries to capture.

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