The path that led Robert Merino to the field of financial aid services started when he was an undergraduate student worker at the University of Houston-Victoria. Now, the UHV School of Business Administration alumnus is tapped to lead a statewide financial aid association.
The University of Houston-Victoria is proud to announce that Kelsey Norgard, of Victoria, will be joining the university as the new director of alumni relations and annual giving.
University of Houston-Victoria students soon may have access to free textbooks in some of their courses.
The University of Houston-Victoria’s Specialist in School Psychology program recently was awarded a national accreditation that will help the university recruit new students and streamline the professional certification process for the program’s graduates.
Two University of Houston-Victoria School of Education, Health Professions & Human Development students are the recipients of a scholarship awarded to only seven college students in the state from the Texas Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
The University of Houston-Victoria School of Business Administration will host a live panel Tuesday featuring faculty, staff and alumni sharing their expertise in finance, personal growth, networking and more with area high school students and Victoria residents.
The University of Houston-Victoria recently was named by the Houston Business Journal as offering the fourth-largest Master of Business Administration program in the Houston area.
For as long as Jeanniery Gonzalez can remember, she has been someone who sees the humanity in people and in business.
University of Houston-Victoria students living in the university’s residence halls this fall will be eligible for a new housing scholarship to help with their living expenses.
Two retired University of Houston-Victoria faculty members have each received the title of professor emeritus for their years of service to the university and their profession.
In the most challenging year ever for college athletic trainers and team doctors, University of Houston-Victoria head athletic trainer Thomas Pribyl has been named the 2020-2021 Red River Athletic Conference Trainer of the Year.
The University of Houston-Victoria will host six in-person commencement ceremonies next month in Victoria and Katy for UHV students who graduated in 2020 and the spring and summer of 2021.
The University of Houston-Victoria will have four new members join the President’s Regional Advisory Board this fall, including the 2020 American Business Woman of the Year, a longtime real estate broker, an attorney and a retired educator.
When Emi Ruiz first started a project for her job with University of Houston-Victoria Title IX and Equal Opportunity, she had no idea how much it would help her grow as a leader. Now, the Harlingen native is being recognized statewide for her work.
Students who plan to attend the University of Houston-Victoria this fall will have several opportunities this summer to attend orientation events to prepare for success in college.
Eryka and Tamera Hosey have spent their whole lives working together and supporting each other, even placing as the valedictorian and salutatorian in high school, and they are looking forward to continuing that tradition as freshmen this fall at the University of Houston-Victoria.
A University of Houston-Victoria Athletics employee recently was voted by his peers as the Red River Athletic Conference 2020-21 Sports Information Director of the Year.
In February 2021, Stuart Denton retired from the Sugar Land Police Department after more than 33 years of service. The former assistant chief and captain of the patrol and criminal investigations divisions and University of Houston-Victoria alumnus now teaches criminal justice courses at UHV Katy.
Beginning this fall, undergraduate and graduate students majoring in computer information systems at the University of Houston-Victoria can take new degree concentrations in the latest technologies, including cybersecurity, artificial intelligence and data science.
Two health-focused University of Houston-Victoria School of Education, Health Professions & Human Development programs recently were ranked as some of the top programs for value in the country by a national student-focused website.
For Frederica Amfo, she knew she wanted to be a doctor when she became a student at the University of Houston-Victoria. When the UHV sophomore heard about a special state program that helps students pursue a medical degree, she applied and was happy to be accepted this summer.
“These awards are intended to recognize those who have gone above and beyond in the 2020-2021 academic year,” said Chance Glenn, UHV provost and vice president for academic affairs. “We plan to make these annual awards in order to create a continuous process and culture of recognizing outsta…
Construction at the University of Houston-Victoria Northwest, 1604 E. Airline Road, is almost finished with offices including Athletics, the Small Business Development Center and the Center for Regional Collaboration ready to welcome students and the community this fall.
Two teams with completely different approaches to a food supply business tied for first place May 8 in the 27th University of Houston-Victoria School of Business Administration’s Master of Business Administration Case Conference.
University of Houston-Victoria leaders announced Monday that there will be six in-person commencement ceremonies this July in Victoria and Katy for the university’s 2020 and spring 2021 graduates whose ceremonies were delayed because of the pandemic.
After more than a year of courses, assignments, tests and hours studying, Saima Bagha finally will have her graduate degree from the University of Houston-Victoria this month.
For Mark Martinez, being able to work with people in area communities and help build small businesses as a business advisor is a dream job. Now, his hard work has been recognized with a state award.
In observance of National Foster Care Month, the Bridge to Brilliance series hosted by the University of Houston-Victoria School of Business Administration will feature a panel discussion with UHV students previously in foster care about how education and other resources have impacted their lives.
For Freja Magnussen, her interest in the fields of social science began with a curiosity about criminals and psychology. She would watch crime dramas on TV, and it only developed her interest more.