UHCL News

Cross cultural studies student's exhibit explores Mexican-American activism in Houston

March 18, 2019 | Katherine Adams

Cross cultural studies student's exhibit explores Mexican-American activism in Houston

Houston’s history is filled with stories of Mexican-American activists and organizations that have mobilized the community toward change. Lydia Newcomb, who will be receiving her master’s in cross cultural and global studies from University of Houston-Clear Lake in May, is presenting an exhibit entitled, “¡Ya Basta!” in the Julia Ideson Building in the Houston Metropolitan Research Center (HMRC) on April 4 from 6-7:30 p.m.

Short Takes

March 14, 2019 | Jim Townsend

Short Takes

Keep up with events and activities at UH-Clear Lake with Short Takes, a weekly preview of upcoming events.

Fine Arts students to present work in exhibition in UHCL Art Gallery

March 13, 2019 | Katherine Adams

Fine Arts students to present work in exhibition in UHCL Art Gallery

For Nicole Bishop, photographing dancers is the most natural way for her to express herself as an artist. Bishop's work, along with 28 other artists, will be featured in the 2019 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition to be held in University of Houston-Clear Lake’s Art Gallery April 11-May 6.

Annual mental health symposium will spotlight effectiveness and access to care

March 08, 2019 | Katherine Adams

Annual mental health symposium will spotlight effectiveness and access to care

The 29th Annual Emily G. Sutter Symposium for Mental and Behavioral Health will take place Friday, April 12, 8:15 a.m. – 6 p.m. at University of Houston-Clear Lake, featuring author and Peace of Mind Foundation Director Elizabeth McIngvale as the keynote speaker.

Santa Fe High School choir teacher takes on the role of Willy Wonka

March 07, 2019 | Katherine Adams

Santa Fe High School choir teacher takes on the role of Willy Wonka

Gunnar Tietge, a choir teacher at Santa Fe High School, will play the lead role of Willy Wonka in UHCL's production of "Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka," during performances running from April 4-14 at UHCL Bayou Theater.

Two UHCL events to discuss Latinx social concerns

March 07, 2019 | Katherine Adams

Two UHCL events to discuss Latinx social concerns

University of Houston-Clear Lake’s Latino/a and Latin American Studies program is sponsoring presentations by two scholars who will address intergenerational trauma within Latinx communities.

UHCL Model Arab League teaches diplomacy, debate and peacemaking

March 06, 2019 | Katherine Adams

UHCL Model Arab League teaches diplomacy, debate and peacemaking

Ten University of Houston-Clear Lake students participating in the Model Arab League conference, hosted at UH-Clear Lake Feb. 16-17, chose to intensively research the Republic of Yemen and represent it at the conference, which was attended by 150 students from six colleges and universities.

UHCL wants Recreation and Wellness Center to be a community hub

March 04, 2019 | Jim Townsend

UHCL wants Recreation and Wellness Center to be a community hub

University of Houston-Clear Lake's campus recreation director hopes to entice individuals and businesses to utilize the new, state-of-the-art Recreation and Wellness Center with no initiation fees, no contracts, helpful and knowledgeable staff, a variety of fitness programs and recently lowered monthly fees.

UHCL researching novel approach to tackling opioid addiction

March 01, 2019 | Katherine Adams

UHCL researching novel approach to tackling opioid addiction

Two University of Houston-Clear Lake psychology professors and their student team have been conducting novel research into treating opioid addiction – not by manipulating or substituting the drug, but rather by manipulating the body's biochemical reactions that cause dependence and tolerance to the drug.

UHCL students' video game 'Code of Aegis' wins educational award

February 26, 2019 | Katherine Adams

UHCL students' video game 'Code of Aegis' wins educational award

For video-game fanatics, getting paid to play is the ultimate dream. While University of Houston-Clear Lake students majoring in digital media studies, didn’t actually get paid, they won a prestigious award for creating a video game titled “Code of Aegis” at the Interservice/Industry Training Simulation and Education Conference recently held in Orlando, Fla.

China’s women’s boxing team visits UHCL’s high-performance institute

February 20, 2019 | Jim Townsend

China’s women’s boxing team visits UHCL’s high-performance institute

Five members of China’s national women’s boxing team, each hoping to represent their country in the 2020 Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo, visited University of Houston-Clear Lake’s Exercise and Nutritional Health Institute on Feb. 6 for scientific testing of their neuromuscular, somatosensory and vestibular systems.

Annual symposium addresses current issues in mental health

February 19, 2019 | Karen Barbier

Annual symposium addresses current issues in mental health

Behavioral and mental health professionals from throughout the state can learn about current issues facing their discipline at the 2019 Emily G. Sutter Symposium for Mental and Behavioral Health, hosted at University of Houston-Clear Lake April 12.