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Urgent care medical director to give speech at UHV BBA Conference

SUGAR LAND – Dr. Juliet Breeze, founder, medical director and CEO of Next Level Urgent Care, will be the keynote speaker at the University of Houston-Victoria Bachelor of Business Administration Conference Saturday at UH Sugar Land. Juliet Breeze Next Level Urgent Care provides after-hours and weekend nonemergent care at nine locations in the Houston region. Breeze also serves as co-founder and manager of Vantage Hospice, an interdisciplinary end-of-life care organization providing care to patients and families in their own homes or in long-term care or hospital settings. She also serves as a member of the UHV School of Business Administration Dean's Advisory Council. UHV business students enrolled in "Strategic Management," the capstone course of the BBA program, are on teams and will present case arguments in front of judges on Saturday. Students will join the judges, faculty and staff for a luncheon where Breeze will give her speech. The winning teams will be announced after the speech. The luncheon will be from noon to 1:15 p.m. in the UH Sugar Land Brazos Hall Multi-Purpose Room, 14000 University Blvd. Community members interested in attending the event should contact Jeff Blodgett, associate dean of the UHV School of Business Administration, at or 281-275-8830.

Debut book of final ABR spring author in production as possible HBO series

When it came time for Salma Hayek and her production team to hire a screenwriter for the “Boy Kings of Texas” TV series, they turned to the book’s author, Domingo Martinez.

Victoria mayor to address graduates at UHV commencement ceremonies

Victoria Mayor Paul Polasek will deliver the keynote address May 10 during University of Houston-Victoria spring commencement ceremonies.

Expert to speak about using technology in classrooms at UHV Spring Symposium

Some teachers want to use technology more in their classrooms but face roadblocks because of funding, the pace of technology or resistance to change.

Outstanding Arts & Sciences graduates eager to help others

Karla Jimenez-Novick is passionate about becoming a bilingual school psychologist to help culturally diverse children, and she will be empowered for that pursuit with the graduate degree she receives from the University of Houston-Victoria.

More Texas high school seniors considering UHV

The addition of new programs, places to live and ways to get involved at the University of Houston-Victoria has led to a surge in freshman admission applications for the fall.

UHV passes all major standards during on-site accreditation visit

An accreditation review team that visited the University of Houston-Victoria earlier this week found the university passed all major standards and made one recommendation about staff credentialing.