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UHD in the News: December 14, 2015

In recent headlines:

newsThe Association of American College & Universities published an op-ed on The Power to Influence Positive Change: A Student's Perspective, written by John Locke, president of UHD's Student Government Association (SGA).

Houston Chronicle: Clete Snell Ph.D., professor of criminal justice, comments on Sylvester Turner's victory in the Houston mayoral race. "The city has been operating with a shortage for some time, so it's critical to get those numbers back up," Snell said. "That shortage impacts everyone in the city, whether it's responding to calls for service, how much time it takes to complete an investigation, how it impacts the level of patrol." (Note: Houston Chronicle online account required to access article.)

The Observer (Spring, Texas) and The Potpourri (Tomball, Texas): The publications cover the grand reopening and ribbon cutting of UHD-Northwest's Administrative Office at Lone Star College-University Park.

Houston Chronicle, NBCDFW.com, Sacramento Bee, PoliceOne.com: Larry Karson, Ph.D., assistant professor of criminal justice, comments on the theft of guns from a vehicle operated by the Waller County sheriff.