|UHV/American Book Review Reading Series announces spring lineup|
“Our continuing ability to bring outstanding authors, poets, graphic artists and other individuals to participate in the reading series is humbling,” said Jeffrey Di Leo, dean of the UHV School of Arts & Sciences, and ABR editor and publisher. “Our spring series will feature individuals whose talent is nationally respected and admired. I look forward to hearing their presentations and seeing them interact with our students and the Victoria community.”
|UHV online history, English programs earn recognition|
Two University of Houston-Victoria School of Arts & Sciences bachelor degrees recently were ranked on a national list of most affordable online degrees by Affordable Online Colleges.
|New UHV alumni relations director plans to develop meaningful connections|
When it comes right down to it, Kira Mudd’s new job will involve having a lot of conversations.
|New international students director brings personal experience to UHV|
When Ludmi Herath works with international students, she has a wealth of personal experience from which to draw.
|UHV plans to start national kinesiology honor society chapter|
The University of Houston-Victoria kinesiology program is still in its first semester, but that hasn’t stopped a group of students from taking steps to form an organization to promote physical fitness.
|Downtown Arts Series brings trio of poets to Victoria|
When Tenney Nathanson writes poetry, he tries to let things shift and flow by becoming immersed in the moment.
|UHV SBDC to hold roundtable discussion addressing business websites|
Given how critical it is for small businesses to have customer friendly websites, the University of Houston-Victoria Small Business Development Center is hosting a roundtable to address the five things every business website needs.