UHV criminal justice program earns national ranking
Many of the students pursuing criminal justice degrees at the University of Houston-Victoria aren’t typical college freshmen, and the program is designed to take their needs into account.

Next UHV/ABR Reading Series author explores family dynamics
Fresh off winning a prestigious prize in London for her first collection of poetry, Tiphanie Yanique will share her writing Oct. 6 with local residents and University of Houston-Victoria students.

ABR author looks for emotional honesty in storytelling
When Sam Lipsyte sits down to write, he doesn’t always have a clear plan for his story; he’s responding to an itch.

First fall UHV/ABR author provides fresh perspective about writing process
Peter Turchi intended to write an essay about writing as the strategic arrangement of information from the largest level – plot and structure – to the smallest level – the arrangement of words in a sentence.

UHV receives $500,000 to purchase, install specialized lab equipment
A $500,000 grant from the M.G. & Lillie A. Johnson Foundation soon will give University of Houston-Victoria students access to a piece of equipment for conducting advanced scientific research.

UHV partners with VC to offer new humanities concentrations
Students wanting to pursue careers in art, music or drama will be able to follow their dreams starting this fall thanks to a partnership between the University of Houston-Victoria and Victoria College.

UHV professors offer new perspective on Emily Dickinson poetry
Many people think of Emily Dickinson as a typical Victorian spinster with a high lace collar and a domestic perspective. But as community members will learn on Thursday, that is not the truth.

UHV/American Book Review Reading Series announces fall 2016 authors
“ABR is proud to share these amazing, talented authors from around the world with UHV and the Victoria community,” said Jeffrey Di Leo, dean of the UHV School of Arts & Sciences, and ABR editor and publisher. “I’m looking forward to hearing their readings and watching them engage with our students and community members.”

First UHV math camp teaches real-world geometric, modeling uses
Five teens recently learned how mathematics can predict heights, find the best electricity provider and cheaply feed 40 people at the University of Houston-Victoria Summer Math Camp.

High school students build, program robots at UHV summer camp


UHV communications bachelor’s programs earn No. 3 national ranking
When it comes to offering an affordable online undergraduate degree in communications, not many do it better than the University of Houston-Victoria.

UHV dean edits book about public intellectuals in 21st century
In today’s digital age, the term “public intellectual” has lost its meaning.

Students, faculty members explore real, imagined worlds at UHV conference


International born outstanding students excel in biology, computer science
Lydia Palmer didn’t hesitate one bit when asked what makes her outstanding.

Students learn new uses for math at UHV Math & Robotics Awareness Day
Blaine Schmidt, a Calhoun High School senior, didn’t know what to expect when he arrived at the University of Houston-Victoria Thursday for the 21st annual Mathematics & Robotics Awareness Day.

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