Nov 20, 2014
Asian-American Breast Cancer Survivors Focus of 'Joy Luck Academy' Study
Nov 05, 2014
Ngugi wa Thiong’o, one of the world’s most celebrated authors, as well as one of its most outspoken literary and social justice activists, will speak on the University of Houston (UH) campus November 11 and 12.
Oct 27, 2014
Lecture to Focus on “Salary, Family, Climate: What Keeps Women Out of STEM Fields?”
Oct 27, 2014
Religious beliefs and practices may reduce thoughts of suicide among African-American adults in stressful life events induced by racial discrimination, according to a new research study conducted at the University of Houston (UH).
Sep 24, 2014
Panel Discussion Addresses Perspectives on the Recent Surge of Unaccompanied Child Immigrants
Sep 15, 2014
Readers abandoning print newspapers in favor of online news may want to consider the effect it’s having.
Sep 02, 2014
Who and what is a sociologist? A new undergraduate course taught by Shayne Lee, associate professor of sociology at the University of Houston, will focus on the writings of journalist and best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell in order to delve into the...
Aug 01, 2014
Writing down fears, emotions and the benefits of a cancer diagnosis may improve health outcomes for Asian-American breast cancer survivors, according to a study conducted by a researcher at the University of Houston (UH).
Jun 13, 2014
Health-related buzzwords, such as “antioxidant,” “gluten-free” and “whole grain,” lull consumers into thinking packaged food products labeled with those words are healthier than they actually are, according to a new research study conducted...
May 07, 2014
Robert Lincoln Straight and Stephen Doiron are UH Spring 2014’s Oldest Graduates