The design and development of intelligent health care for COVID-19 management, interactions between Union soldiers and Southern women during the Civil War, and the development of town law in medieval communities are just three of the areas that University of Houston-Victoria faculty members …
The University of Houston-Victoria has won a gold ADDY award for creative excellence in the four-state District 10 competition of the American Advertising Federation Awards.
Budgeting doesn’t have to be a difficult task. In fact, with some knowledge and strategy, just about anyone can set and reach financial goals, according to a Victoria financial advisor and University of Houston-Victoria alumna.
The University of Houston-Victoria “Jaguars Stay Home(coming)” 2021 Homecoming Week will be April 5-10, and community members are encouraged to attend many of the virtual events.
In less than a year of working as teachers, a University of Houston-Victoria alumna and a student have proven themselves as beloved teachers to their students and as excellent colleagues to their peers.
When fifth-grader Ma’liah Brown was thinking about who to feature on her poster for the annual Black History Month Poster Contest, she knew she wanted to feature a woman who stood out to her from her studies.
In an ongoing celebration of March’s International Women’s Month, members of the CommUNITY Book Club in April will read “Hidden Figures” to continue their conversation about the accomplishments of women and the challenges women still face.
The University of Houston-Victoria plans to start the fall semester Aug. 23 with more face-to-face classes and a greater number of students, faculty and staff on campus.
Liz Adams, a University of Houston-Victoria graduate student from Morton, first came to the university to learn how to help people improve their mental health. Now, a change to the university’s graduate counselor education programs is expected to give her and other students more professional…
As the pandemic has caused more people to work and learn from home, internet bandwidth has become a necessity to continue life as normally as possible.
When the University of Houston-Victoria Homecoming Committee was considering possible themes for the 2021 celebration, the one that came out on top perfectly matches the plans for the week of events.
After a year of enduring the coronavirus pandemic, the end is within reach with the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, and members of the University of Houston-Victoria community are helping to distribute the vaccine in Victoria.
When things don’t go as planned, it’s important to be able to bounce back and find alternative ways to reach goals. That’s one of the topics mental health care worker Christopher McDonald will speak about during the next Bridge to Brilliance – Building Resiliency to Inspire, Develop and Grow…
A University of Houston-Victoria Information Technology staff member who has helped the university adapt to online learning during the pandemic was named the 2020 Employee of the Year on Tuesday during the UHV Faculty & Staff Recognition Virtual Event.
Throughout 2020, Hardik Gohel, a UHV assistant professor of computer science, made significant contributions on both global and local fronts.
Several University of Houston-Victoria degree programs from each of the university’s three schools recently were ranked as some of the best in the country by a national student-focused website. UHV also was named a top school for students with disabilities.
Esther Cuenca has pondered and pored for several years over documents to learn more about town clerks and the authors of written local customs in medieval English towns. Her work recently paid off with an award from the Medieval Academy of America.
Abran Rodriguez, an assistant professor of counselor education at the University of Houston-Victoria, recently was a recipient of the Chi Sigma Iota Excellence in Counseling Research Grant in the amount of $2,170 for wellness counseling research.
Throughout her experience as an executive coach and working in business, Jeanette Winters has seen the value of employees willing to give their all every day.
With the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine underway, a University of Houston-Victoria faculty member has gained insight into which communities of people are hesitant to get the vaccine.
For the first time, the University of Houston-Victoria will host free, public virtual events to celebrate Black History Month in February. These will include a poster contest for fifth-graders, community book club meetings to discuss race and a webinar featuring a panel.
The University of Houston-Victoria nursing program recently was recognized as one of the best nursing programs in Texas by a national nursing website.
The University of Houston-Victoria School of Business Administration’s Strategic Master of Business Administration program has been recognized as a top program in the nation.
The University of Houston-Victoria School of Education, Health Professions & Human Development held its first virtual pinning ceremony Dec. 11 to celebrate the accomplishments of the university’s nursing students.
A University of Houston-Victoria graduate computer science program recently was ranked by a website as one of the nation’s most outstanding and affordable online programs.
The University of Houston-Victoria recently received approval to form a student branch of an international technological society that will help students learn more about advancements in science and technology and give the university opportunities to host student conferences, workshops and more.