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An exclusive national accreditation organization has awarded eight-year re-accreditations to the two degrees that are part of the University of Houston-Victoria School of Education, Health Professions & Human Development graduate counseling education program.

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Construction on the University of Houston-Victoria’s new $28 million Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Building passed another milestone Friday when a “topping out” ceremony took place, marking the end of foundation and framing work on the building.

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To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, the University of Houston-Victoria is hosting a symposium focused on the history and culture of mariachi music, including a presentation by a Hiram College teaching fellow and a performance by a local mariachi band.

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The University of Houston-Victoria reached an enrollment high Wednesday with preliminary numbers showing the university enrolling more than 4,500 students for the first time.

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Hiring a personal trainer is an investment in your health, and you want to make sure your investment will give you the rate of return you are looking for. Here are a few tips in hiring the right personal trainer for your specific fitness goals.

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The University of Houston-Victoria/American Book Review Reading Series is kicking off its fall series with a reading by four members of the university’s faculty, including a children’s novelist and three poets who explore different genres.

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About 600 faculty, staff and students listened to University of Houston-Victoria President Bob Glenn on Wednesday during the university’s Convocation event, and members of the UHV Student Government Association Executive Board led the crowd in singing the university’s alma mater. The univers…

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The Victoria College Pirates men’s basketball team will host 14 games at VC’s Sports Center in the 2019-20 season, beginning Nov. 6 with an exhibition contest against North American University.

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Victoria College President David Hinds will retire next fall.

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On Sunday, the University of Houston-Victoria will promote 11 faculty members, seven of whom will receive tenure and four others who will be named full professors.

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Students and faculty members participating in the UHV School of Business Administration study abroad program to China gather for a group photo at the bottom of Mount Tai. Thirteen UHV business students participated in the two-week program July 12–28. They visited various cultural sites, incl…

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Victoria College will offer a three-part “Personalities in the Workplace” Lunch & Learn series beginning Thursday with “Discover Your Personality.”

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The University of Houston-Victoria will host a ribbon-cutting and open house ceremony for University Commons, 3006 N. Ben Wilson St., from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday at the facility, according to a UHV news release.

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Problem-solving skills are important in all aspects of learning and in life. It is important to remember not to rush children to learn concepts until they are developmentally ready. Challenge students, but if they become frustrated, go at a slower pace.

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Victoria College’s 2019-20 Lyceum Lecture Series will feature a national security expert, a former NASA astronaut, a gender-breaking world chess champion and a Victoria College graduate who at the age of 17 became the youngest student to obtain a bachelor’s degree from The University of Texa…

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As Keith Akins steps into his role as University of Houston-Victoria faculty senate president for the second time, he plans to focus on helping the university and its new administrators improve communication with faculty.

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When the University of Houston-Victoria’s School of Business Administration dean was working as an entrepreneurship professor, he developed some clear ideas about what works when starting a business, and he decided to convey that knowledge in a new book.

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Twelve graduates of Victoria College’s Summer 2019 Emergency Medical Technician Course were honored with a ceremony on Aug. 7 at VC’s Student Center.

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University of Houston-Victoria seniors Eli Juma and Sophia Solano have watched the new UHV University Commons come together since its groundbreaking in April 2017. Now they are looking forward to an Aug. 28 ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house, when the public will get to see UHV’s new lib…

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As a staff member at the University of Houston-Victoria at Katy for more than 18 years, Rosemary McCusker feels a sense of duty to serve on the university’s Staff Council, build relationships and promote collaboration.

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Victoria College’s Academy of Lifelong Learning will hold its Fall 2019 Open House from 1 to 3 p.m. Thursday at the Conference and Education Center at VC’s Emerging Technology Complex, 7403 Lone Tree Road in Victoria.

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We all know skipping meals is not a good idea for our overall health and well-being. Your metabolism will slow down, and your body and brain simply cannot function properly. For these reasons, human bodies are programmed to prevent skipping meals by sending out a very strong and effective si…

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For the sixth year, the Victoria Chamber of Commerce will host the South Texas Transportation Conference on Sept. 26 at the Victoria College Emerging Technology Complex. This year’s event is titled “Planning Now for Future Transportation Needs.”

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