March 05, 2019 | Katherine Adams
About 20 University of Houston-Clear Lake administrators, professors, alumni, students and staff members traveled to Austin to attend UH-Clear Lake Day at the Texas Capitol on Feb. 19.
October 26, 2018 | Katherine Adams
Creating an inclusive culture on campus is a key factor in facilitating student success, and that begins with ensuring and supporting a diverse student body, says Joshua Quinn, University of Houston-Clear Lake’s new coordinator of women, gender and sexuality programs. His goal is to build community, advocate and ally for people who are part of the university’s LGBTQ+ population. Quinn’s office is part of the Division of Student Affairs, in the Office of Student Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
October 16, 2018 | Katherine Adams
One of Alex Malone’s missions as managing director of University of Houston-Clear Lake’s Bayou Theater is to offer more family-friendly events to make the arts more accessible to the community. UH-Clear Lake’s inaugural Family Art Day, to be held in the Bayou Building on Saturday, Oct. 20 from 1-4 p.m., is the first of what Malone hopes will become a monthly Clear Lake tradition.
October 05, 2018 | Jim Townsend
Academic, professional and student researchers are invited to answer the call for abstracts for the 2018 Innovation/Automation Dual Conference to be held Saturday, Nov. 3 at the Gilruth Center, located on the grounds of NASA Johnson Space Center.
June 13, 2018 | Katherine Adams
It might seem like a dream to come to Texas from Singapore as an 11-year-old boy, find a way to cope successfully with all the social and cultural adjustments that immigrant kids face, finish college and become the best-selling author of a book trilogy who’s recently taken his place on the 2018 Time 100 List. With the first book of the trilogy, “Crazy Rich Asians,” to be released in movie theaters this summer, Kevin Kwan has been living what might be described as a dream. But the University of Houston-Clear Lake 1994 alumnus said for him, his years working toward his bachelor’s degree in media studies were the “dream experience.”
November 15, 2016 | George Mattingly II
University of Houston Clear Lake alumna Karina Ramos recently began work on her doctoral degree in Denton, Texas. In the midst of packing, traveling and spending time with family, Ramos took a moment to reflect. Her parents came to the United States on a work visa in the early 2000s, and brought her and her brother for better educational opportunities, a decision that has impacted her life in many ways.
October 19, 2016 | Kelsie Cleboski
Shelby Terral faced the transition from her associate degree studies to a bachelor’s degree program feeling shy, uncertain – even a little lost. Three years later, she’s not only a master’s student in psychology at University of Houston-Clear Lake, having already earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at UHCL in 2015, but she’s also an enthusiastic leader in the campus community.
July 26, 2016 | Kelsie Cleboski
Sometimes a story can save a life. That’s what University of Houston-Clear Lake alumna T’Liza Kiel believes. She’s a National Guard veteran and Galveston native who understands the power of stories. She and her story are featured in the stage production “Telling: Houston,” and she hopes that by sharing her experiences she can assure other veterans that they are not alone.
July 14, 2016 | Kelsie Cleboski
A University of Houston-Clear Lake education has empowered three generations of one family to discover and explore their passions. When Sarah Elam graduated in May with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science, she joined her grandmother and mother as a UHCL alumna.