After a long academic year, which included Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath, it is time once again for University of Houston-Downtown (UHD) faculty to recognize the Gator Grit in our student body.
When Dr. Juan Sánchez Muñoz accepted the job of University of Houston-Downtown President, he pledged to visit local high schools within a 50-mile radius of the institution.
Who doesn’t love a good movie night? The University of Houston- Downtown’s (UHD) Cultural Enrichment Center and the Department of English have partnered once again to screen a movie for the campus community. At 8 p.m., April 26, the Oscar-winning movie “Get Out” will be shown on the North Deck, preceded by opening remarks from …
The UHD baseball club team hosted its first-ever “Signing Day 2018.”
The Bayou Review is a literary magazine published by students of the University of Houston-Downtown. It includes poetry, fiction, essays, reviews and visual art. The Spring 2018 issue marks the first time that an issue will solely focus on submissions from incarcerated men.
Each week, UHD In The News recaps faculty, staff and students interviewed by local, state and national media outlets.
he Humanities Education and Research Association (HERA) conducted its 10th Annual Conference, “Humanities Through The Ages,” in Chicago this spring.