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Pulitzer Prize Winning Poet Reflects on Career Trajectory

by | May 10, 2020 Dr. Jericho Brown first learned last week that he had won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry at the Read more

U of Houston Offers Free Tuition for Families Who Earn Less Than $65,001

by | March 3, 2020
Students whose families earn $65,000 or less will qualify for free tuition at the University of [...] Read more

Three Houston Universities Receive Grant to Boost Minority STEM Faculty

by Pearl Stewart | August 15, 2019
For Dr. Yvette Pearson, an associate dean in Rice University’s Brown School of Engineering, t [...] Read more

Historian’s Book Details The Battle of Negro Fort

| July 11, 2019
From Rosewood in Florida to Greenwood in Oklahoma, American history is replete with stories of [...] Read more

Alignment of Values Crucial to Athletic and Academic Success

by Lois Elfman | December 6, 2018
An important idea put forth at the Learfield Intercollegiate Athletics Forum presented by Sport [...] Read more

The Minority Coach Roundup Week 6

by Frank J. Matthews | October 13, 2018
This weekend was a tough one for minority head coaches in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). [...] Read more

UHD Students Support Houston Police as Translators

by | August 2, 2018
In the fourth-largest city in the United States, students at the University of Houston-Downtown [...] Read more

UH Receives Donation for College of Medicine’s First Class

by | July 18, 2018
An anonymous donor has donated a $3 million gift to the University of Houston College of Medici [...] Read more

San Jacinto College Students Get Free Online Textbooks and ‘Aid Like a Paycheck’

by | June 28, 2018
As a contender for the 2019 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, San Jacinto College [...] Read more

Chinese College Enrollment—Prominent in Texas—May Decline After US Visa Policy Shift, Groups Warn

by Associated Press | May 31, 2018
Changes to U.S. policy on Chinese visas may trickle down to college enrollment, officials warne [...] Read more