Each summer, The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) offers the Houston Early Research Experience (HERE) workshop, which introduces rising sophomores and junior undergraduates to the fundamentals of conducting research. To get an insider’s view about this year’s HERE workshop, we caught up with rising junior, Hadiqa Memon.
Through August 31, 2016, UH aims to dramatically increase the number of undergraduate alumni giving back to the University. Undergraduate alumni are the lifeblood of the UH community, and when joined together, makes a powerful statement to our students as well as the community at-large.
Each and every day, student experiences are enriched by the generous UH giving community. See how these students are paying it forward through the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) Ambassador Program at the University of Houston.
The University of Houston aims to provide students with real-world experiences, and what better way than a scholarship to travel abroad! We recently caught up with the 2016 winners of the F.E.E.T scholarship, Lauren Hauser and Brinda Penmetsa.
Annual gifts are essential to the journey of learning at the University of Houston and fuel the power behind new ideas and innovations. Student callers in the UH Call Center (Coogs Calling Coogs) play a pivotal role in helping the University secure resources for student and academic programs.
The Student Plaza Center was the place to be on April 7, 2016 when the University of Houston celebrated Philanthropy Awareness Day. Each Spring, the Office of Annual Giving sets aside one day where students can say thank you to the generous giving community who have impacted their student experience.
The University of Houston knows that college is a journey in its own right and offers the Cougar Experience Scholarship to encourage students to become immersed in campus life and participate in activities that promote active engagement.
Each year, members of the UH community come together and make gifts to the University with a shared desire to educate current and future generations of students.
I often wondered if I could receive a high quality education without incurring significant debt. While it was hard not to let worry overtake me, I remained hopeful that my dream would one day become reality.