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When students come to the UHCL campus, there is one feature that is unique from other campuses: its environment. UHCL resides on a 524-acre nature preserve along the Armand Bayou.
Photo courtesy of Heath Mills Heath Mills (right forefront), professor of biology, works with students on one of his drilling expeditions. THE SIGNAL KELSEY BENOITTHE SIGNAL UHCL’s newest professor in the School of Science and Computer Engineering, Heath Mills, arrived on campus with a grant and research opportunities for students already in place. Mills brought […]
Students and staff traveled the world in an afternoon of culture and education at the 2013 Global Expo. The office of intercultural student services hosted the event Nov. 14.
DANIEL DURBIN THE SIGNAL This fall semester marks the 20th anniversary of the UHCL Writing Center, and like most significant birthdays, a party will be held to both show appreciation and celebrate all the work the staff and tutors have accomplished in that time. The birthday bash will take place Friday, Nov. 15, from 2 […]
HEATHER ALFORD THE SIGNAL Candy and decorative skeleton masks overtook Bayou Building’s Atrium I Nov. 4 as UHCL celebrated Dia de los Muertos. Every year Intercultural Student Services (ISS) puts on the event in order to introduce Dia de los Muertos to those who are unfamiliar with the primarily Mexican holiday and to create a […]
KIMBERLY WARREN THE SIGNAL UHCL will be hosting its 17th annual Student Leadership Conference Nov. 2. The conference is sponsored by the Student Leadership Involvement and Community Engagement Program (SLICE). The mission of SLICE is to foster learning and personal development through exploring leadership trends and civic engagement. This year the conference fundraisers will benefit […]
RACHAEL DEVINNEY THE SIGNAL Oct. 11 was National Coming Out Day, a day to celebrate coming out as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) or as an LGBT ally. UHCL celebrated this event Oct. 10 in Atrium I of the Bayou Building from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. National Coming Out Day is a day where […]
SAM SAVELL THE SIGNAL The heroes of comiCulture saved the day by joining forces to share their experiences of working in the comic book industry. Professional comic book artists and writers, vendors and attendees filled the floor of Atrium I in the Bayou Building Sept. 20-21 for the inaugural comiCulture symposium. James O’Barr, creator of […]
Being a good professor is not just about teaching the material, but the quality with which it is taught. It is about going that extra mile to support everything you expose your students to so that they understand the material better.
“Come closer,” coaxes magician Jaime Salinas, mimicking the movie his audience finished moments before. “I want you all to be able to see.”