September 07, 2017 | Katherine Adams
It’s a year of both major milestones and new beginnings for University of Houston-Clear Lake’s Art School for Children. The popular children’s art education program is celebrating its 40th year of enriching the arts landscape for young artists in the community, and it is welcoming a new director and lifelong Hawk, David Moya, to chart the program’s flight into its next phase.
August 16, 2017 | Jean Rudnicki
Two University of Houston-Clear Lake College of Education pre-service students along with a UH-Clear Lake faculty adviser got behind-the-scene peaks at several NASA Johnson Space Center projects while attending a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) professional development workshop onsite at the center this summer.
August 14, 2017 | Katherine Adams
What child doesn’t love dogs, castles, and flowers? Add a legend about an internationally famous, yet strangely elusive Scottish lake monster and that’s four of the eight lessons covered in University of Houston-Clear Lake’s next Art School for Children. The session, which runs Sept. 16 – Nov. 14, is entitled ‘The Art of Scotland,’ and immerses elementary-aged children in Scottish art, culture, and lore.
August 01, 2017 | Katherine Adams
Protecting yourself, your business from cyber thieves, learning network management and security fundamentals -- and Mercury orchestra to open Bayou Theater season.
July 05, 2017 | Jim Townsend
Learn more about the campus, make movie plans, get your hands dirty and help the environment during Habitat Work Days and more in Short Takes.
June 23, 2017 | Jim Townsend
Deadlines, art school, open house, films and more in this week's Short Takes.
June 08, 2017 | Jean Rudnicki
Clear Creek Independent School District and the University of Houston-Clear Lake have reason to celebrate their 15-year partnership which established McWhirter Elementary School as a Professional Development Laboratory School. The program's first kindergartners have graduated high school.
May 11, 2017 | Jim Townsend
Summer art camps, science camps and more, as well as a list of our student publication wins in the UHCL Short Takes.
February 21, 2017 | Jean Rudnicki
The University of Houston-Clear Lake’s Habitat for Reading Project created another library of children’s books in the newest Habitat for Humanity home in Pasadena. The initiative was begun in 2016 by Sheila Baker, College of Education assistant professor of Literacy, Language and Library Science.
February 16, 2017 | Jean Rudnicki
Addressing the need for high quality preparation programs for professionals in early childhood care and education, UHCL will begin offering the Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Care and Education in fall 2017. Emphasizing childcare from birth through age 5, the new four-year bachelor’s degree will provide both the knowledge and the field experiences necessary for students to become leaders in the early childhood care workforce.
February 10, 2017 | Jean Rudnicki
More than 175 area school counselors and teachers attended University of Houston-Clear Lake’s two-day, bilingual counseling conference titled, “Culturally Responsive Counseling with Latinx - Our Past, Our Present, Our Future.” The conference covered a wide range of multicultural counseling topics and concerns.
October 06, 2016 | Jean Rudnicki
University of Houston-Clear Lake Assistant Professor of Special Education Elizabeth Beavers will serve as the Texas “ambassador” to spearhead the dissemination of new recommended practices for the care and education of young children with disabilities. Beavers, who has worked in the field of early childhood special education for more than 25 years, was selected by the Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center to join a group of 16 experts forming a national cohort to disseminate information and provide training within their states.