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Student Art on View at O’Kane Gallery
Campus and Community

Student Art on View at O’Kane Gallery

The O’Kane Gallery is continuing a UHD tradition—2017 Student Exhibition—that’s been showcasing student art for more than two decades. This year’s exhibition features more than a 150 selected works—watercolor, graphic design, photography, digital art, figure drawing, painting, design, drawing, studio special topics, and for the first-time, costume design and stagecraft by UHD visual art and theater students. … Continue reading

UHD to Host Events for Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month
Campus and Community / Faculty and Staff / Student News

UHD to Host Events for Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month

April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, and the Division of Student Affairs of the University Houston-Downtown (UHD) is partnering with University departments, centers and programs to raise awareness about sexual violence and to help educate the UHD community on how to prevent it. Learn more about the history of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention … Continue reading

Breakout Semester for Main Career Development Center
Campus and Community / Faculty and Staff / Student News

Breakout Semester for Main Career Development Center

Highlights from UHD’s Career Development Center: Lisa Marie Gonzalez-Hatfield, career coach for the College of Public Service (CPS), kicked off the spring semester by executing their semester High Impact Award-winning event, “Speeding Networking Luncheon.” She can be found meeting with CPS students in the Commerce Building on Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and … Continue reading

UHD in the News

UHD in the News: April 20, 2017

In recent headlines: Houston Chronicle: UHD President Dr. Juan Sánchez Muñoz is featured in the article, “Incoming President Aims to Elevate UHD. The article chronicles his first day of work at the second-largest University in Houston. Houston Business Journal: UHD alum Fran Watson was selected as one of HBJ’s 40 Under 40 class of 2017.  Watson … Continue reading

Psychology Professor Tackles Stigma of Mental Health Treatment
Campus and Community / Faculty and Staff

Psychology Professor Tackles Stigma of Mental Health Treatment

Calm, even-tempered, perceptive and the ability to understand complex human behavior with a nimble mind for solving riddles and puzzles. This is the skill set of Erlanger Turner. “Initially, I wanted to be a pediatric physician, but I changed my major after taking a child psychology class,” said Turner, assistant professor of psychology at University … Continue reading