Artificial Intelligence with a Human Touch
A University of Houston researcher is building next-generation interactive computer-aided diagnosis algorithms to fully realize the benefits of AI in improving medical diagnosis.
DOE Encourages Gulf Coast-Focused Regional Clean Hydrogen Hub Proposal
The U.S. Department of Energy encouraged a Texas consortium spearheading the development of a regional clean hydrogen hub on the U.S. Gulf Coast to submit a full application. The Leading in Gulf Coast Hydrogen Transition (LIGH2T) Hub consists of the Southern States Energy Board, the National Energy Technology Laboratory, the University of Houston, the lead academic partner, and other key partners.
New Textbook Access Program Makes Course Materials More Affordable for Students
The University of Houston System Board of Regents has approved a new program to make textbooks and course materials available for undergraduate students at a fraction of the current cost of new course materials.
UH Energy Transition Institute Introduces Advisory Board
The new University of Houston Energy Transition Institute has established an eight-member advisory board to help grow the institute and achieve its goal of an energy future with reliable, affordable and cleaner energy for all.
New UH Agreement with Kyiv School of Economics Builds on 20 Years of Partnership
For the first time, UH and the Kyiv School of Economics offer a dual credit economics degree to undergraduates. This is an addition to the current agreement between the schools to offer dual credit for students pursuing an economics master's degree, which has been in place since 2009.
Shasta VII Makes Public Debut
Five-month-old cougar cubs Shasta VII, the University of Houston’s new live mascot, and his brother Louie, made their official public debut at the Houston Zoo. UH students can visit them for free by reserving an online ticket.
Apr 14 6:30 pm
Annual School of Art Student Show
Opening Night Event-Annual exhibition of visual artwork from graduate and undergraduate students in the School of Art.
Apr 20 5:00 pm
Art on Screen 2023 Film Series
Art on Screen 23 takes inspiration from Jorge Pardo’s Folly (2021), an ambitious and immersive installation in Wilhelmina’s Grove at the University of Houston. Pardo is a Cuban-American artist currently living and working in Merida, Mexico. Inspired by Pardo’s work, Art on Screen 23 will highlight films that reflect on the broad Latin American and Latinx experience. Art on Screen 23 is presented in partnership with the Festival Internacional de Cine de la Universidad Autónoma de México (FICUNAM).
May 14 8:00 am
Israel Learning Abroad trip May 14-26
There will be a Learning Abroad trip to Israel this May led by David Mikics and Carol Cooper this May. Few places are as important to world history as Israel, central to three great religions, full of panoramic beauty, and the site of a bustling and fascinating culture. On this trip, we will explore Israel’s ancient history as well as its lively contemporary existence.?
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