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UH prof studies water history

Published on July 27th, 2011 | by

In the face of ever increasing populations, urbanization and pollution, UH history professor Martin Melosi is researching how these factors affect the demand for clean, accessible water in urban environments. Melosi, who is considered one of …
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Date rape film screening seeks campus input

Published on April 25th, 2011 | by

While the most common cases of date rape incidents are male-on-female, there have also been cases in other demographics such as female-on-male and the gay, lesbian and transgender population. Women’s Resource Center Director Beverly McPhail held …
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Houston history magazine passes to UH

Published on April 13th, 2011 | by

The UH Center for Public History now owns Houston History Magazine. It was first owned by the Houston Metropolitan Research Center and was published for 20 years before UH’s first issue came out in 2003. The …
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Student travels abroad for novel

Published on March 30th, 2011 | by

A fourth year UH graduate student is the first to be awarded the Tagore Passport Operating Scholarship, sponsored by the Tagore Society of Houston. Sruthi Thekkiam will use the $5,000 scholarship to travel to Bharati, India, …
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South Africa, novel at center of discourse

Published on February 28th, 2011 | by

A visiting scholar of humanities delivered a lecture on an essay that discussed the changing politics and identities of South Africa. Nirvana Tanoukhi presented her essay of criticism, “A Matter of Setting: Fate and Geography in …
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