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With the arrival of the holiday season of giving, community members are invited to support the University of Houston-Victoria during the university’s fifth annual Giving Tuesday campaign, including an opportunity to help UHV meet a donation goal.

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Students studying kinesiology at the University of Houston-Victoria will have the opportunity to gain real-world experience in exercise science careers through a new internship agreement with Citizens HealthPlex fitness and wellness facility.

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When Courtney Soliz was in a terrible car wreck in high school, she got an up-close look at the medical field. That experience inspired her to pursue a career in medicine to help others the same way doctors and nurses helped her.

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The University of Houston-Victoria announced Nov. 10 the results of its multiyear fundraising campaign titled “Here, We Go” that raised $13.4 million, 12% more than the university’s $12-million goal.

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Shameka Davis is someone who likes to see children succeed, especially children whose path to success may not look like the same road as their peers. As a licensed specialist in school psychology at Alief Independent School District in Houston, the University of Houston-Victoria alumna makes…

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Gary Masculine, a University of Houston-Victoria senior studying kinesiology, received free membership for a year into the National Strength and Conditioning Association, a nonprofit that provides industry-leading certification, research journals, career development services and more to spor…

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Victoria College visual art students will display their work during the Fall 2020 Student Art Exhibition now through Dec. 10 at VC’s Fine Arts Gallery.

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University of Houston-Victoria leaders gathered at noon Tuesday to present the virtual 2019-2020 UHV President’s Annual Report & Excellence Awards, celebrating a year of successes, handing out awards to community partners and a UHV student, and announcing the final results of the Here, W…

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The University of Houston-Victoria is bringing back its Alumni Networking Luncheon series, and the first one will feature a presentation by Diane Kliem, who will share her story of starting a new career later in life and how she reached success.

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For the first time, the University of Houston-Victoria will host a virtual annual report event for the region it serves to celebrate highlights from its 2019-2020 fiscal year, make a special announcement and present awards to community members and a student leader.

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Diane Kliem, a University of Houston-Victoria alumna and the 2020 American Business Woman of the Year, will lead a virtual seminar about the importance of networking during the last installment of the fall series of Bridge to Brilliance – Building Resiliency to Inspire, Develop and Grow Entr…

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The University of Houston-Victoria will continue predominantly with virtual classes this spring.

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With the help of a $6,000 grant from the Victoria College Foundation, Victoria College has piloted an “I Believe in You” voucher program to help bridge the gap between instructors and students.

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A $30,000 grant from Alcoa Foundation will allow the University of Houston-Victoria to continue to host public events focused on math, computer science and robotics for middle and high school students in the Crossroads.

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Victoria College students have placed purple ribbons on trees throughout VC’s Main Campus to recognize Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

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Local banking professional Lori Zamora is a leader and active member of community organizations including the Northside Rotary Club and Victoria Chamber of Commerce. This past spring, she added another entry to her long list of accomplishments: magna cum laude graduate of the University of H…

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Victoria College will offer a QuickBooks Desktop Version course from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.on Mondays and Wednesdays from Oct. 26 to Nov. 16 in Room 305 of the Conference & Education Center at Victoria College’s Emerging Technology Complex.

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Mary Jane Morgan, former first lady of the University of Houston-Victoria, died Friday after a battle with cancer.

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The first-ever virtual Jaguar Day on Oct. 24 will allow prospective University of Houston-Victoria students and their families a way to learn more about the university all without leaving the comfort of their homes.

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The University of Houston-Victoria will be an early voting site for the first time as a convenience to both students and community members ahead of the Nov. 3 election.

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An online blog created by St. Joseph alumnus Liam Porr gained serious traction in its two-week lifespan. But in that time, most readers didn’t realize it wasn’t Porr doing the writing.

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Victoria College’s “Marketing Amplified” Lunch and Learn Series will continue  from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday with “Service-Dominant Logic” in Room 302 of the Conference & Education Center at VC’s Emerging Technology Complex.

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Just a year ago, Richard Morin felt he was on the right track toward a rewarding career. He had just completed Victoria College’s Millwright Level 1 class while juggling school and a full-time job as a general helper for a local energy services company.

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When Jose Cantu and Abran Rodriguez joined the University of Houston-Victoria in 2019, they were surprised to learn that despite the university being designated as a Hispanic-Serving Institution, it did not have a Latino Faculty & Staff Association. They decided that needed to change.

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