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UHCL’s Intercultural & International Student Services (IISS) and the School of Human Sciences and Humanities are celebrating Native American Heritage Month by bringing speaker Linda Sue Warner to campus Thursday, Nov. 29.
Connect with Houston area employers, learn the value of networking, receive feedback in an instant and gain insightful tips on searching for jobs in the field of liberal arts. The HSH Speed Networking event will take place in the Garden Room, Bayou Building on Tuesday, Feb. 21 at 5 pm. Professional attire is required. Please [...]
Associate Literature and Humanities Professor Tom McCall died suddenly Jan. 25 after returning from a mountain trip to Nepal during winter break.
How do I love rhythmic words, let me count the ways. Students, faculty and the surrounding community gather to recite and experience the living art that is poetry.
Hilary Jo Karp, chairwoman of the University of Houston-Clear Lake’s psychology and fitness and human performance division, associate professor of psychology and revered faculty member, will be remembered for her profound impact on the lives of her students, colleagues and friends.
University of Houston-Clear Lake faculty, staff and students will be saying farewell to one of their charter professors, Gretchen Mieszkowski who retires this May.
After 35 years of dedicated work to the university, Howard Eisner, associate dean for the School of Human Sciences and Humanities, will be retiring this summer. Eisner, who was a member of the founding 40 faculty members that began this university in 1974, has been associate dean of HSH for the past 10 years.