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Graduate student gets research opportunity

Published on April 16th, 2012 | by

Liberal Arts graduate student Carmina Martinez has received the Fulbright Fellowship, which will allow her to conduct research in Yucatan, Mexico in the comparative studies of the 2012 Mayan end-date movement, both ancient and modern. The …
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Prof pens social work handbook

Published on April 9th, 2012 | by

Professor and chair of the clinical practice concentration at the Graduate College of Social Work, Monit Cheung,  recently published “Child Sexual Abuse,” a book which serves as an extensive manual for the treatment and court preparation …
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Academics & Research

UH students get full ride

Published on March 28th, 2012 | by

Two students from the University of Houston received the highly-competitive Hogg Foundation Bilingual Scholarship, which is awarded to students who are bilingual and intend to work in Texas mental health care services. Victoria Reyes and Emilio …
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Faculty members read creative works

Published on February 16th, 2012 | by

More than 90 people attended the first Honors College poetry and prose reading for the Spring 2012 semester, which was held in the Commons Wednesday. The event featured creative writing faculty members Antonya Nelson and Robert …
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Houston becoming cartel playground

Published on November 17th, 2011 | by

When students think about the current conditions in Mexico, it is usually parallel to the images found in news stories: Brutal executions of “outspoken” Mexican journalists, mass graves plighting the Monterrey countryside, or countless batches of …
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