University College News

July
01,
2019
Shay Tatum is not one to let grass grow under her feet. Her drive has led her to work on three degrees in the past seven years while working and
June
21,
2019
A portion of the city sidewalk on the west side of N. Main, in the area of the new College of Sciences and Technology Building, will be closed
June
17,
2019
Program opens the minds of local middle and high school students to new worlds of learning in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
June
17,
2019
Dean Santos' going away celebration, Upward Bound's Senior Signing Day, Ray Wylie Hubbard performance at Discovery
May
16,
2019
Age is just a number to two graduating Gators from the University of Houston-Downtown. And, another spring graduate may have lost his sight, but
May
02,
2019
National honor society Alpha Lambda Delta recently announced its fellowship awards for the 2019-20 year and granted University of Houston-Downtown
April
17,
2019
In the age of social media, influencers can be the biggest asset for an institution of higher learning.
March
25,
2019
The University of Houston-Downtown’s Career Development Center (CDC) is hosting two events to help students, faculty and staff get noticed in their
March
13,
2019
Long-time retailer, JCPenney is hosting a special event for members of the Houston-Area Consoritum of Career Centers (HACCC) that include the Marilyn
March
07,
2019
Keith Baines once thought higher education was out of reach. A self-confessed “class clown,” he was expelled from high school and frequently in
February
28,
2019
The College of Humanities & Social Sciences (CHSS) is hosting two events next week—a talk and poetry reading and a film festival celebrating foreign