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UHV sees another year of record-breaking giving

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Giving Tuesday, Josie Rivera

UHV alumna Josie Rivera shares her reason for supporting the University of Houston-Victoria by donating during the 2016 Giving Tuesday event. 

 

“HERE, WE GO” Campaign Takes UH to New Heights 

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UHV launches fundraising campaign

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Johnson Foundation

Jesse Pisors, left, UHV vice president for advancement and external relations; stands with Buddy Brock, an M.G. and Lillie A. Johnson Foundation board member; Robert Halepeska, executive vice president for the foundation; and UHV President Vic Morgan after it was announced that the foundation gave almost $840,000 to the university. 

 

Most employees ever give back to UHV

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Most Employees Give Back

UHV employees Eunice Mesa, left, Joe Ferguson, Judy Rodriguez, Devon Dueser and Lauree Tomas attend the 2018 One For All, All For One campaign launch on Sept. 20. The 2017 campaign saw a record-breaking number of employees take part.‌

 

UHV installs display to honor donors

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donor display

Jesse Pisors, right, UHV vice president for advancement and external relations, shows the university’s new donor recognition display to President Vic Morgan. The display is divided into four sections that recognize different levels of giving and it can be seen in the University North Building.

Donor Stories

UHV to Use Alcoa Foundation Grant to Start Math Camp, Programming Course
A grant from Alcoa Foundation will pave the way for two new learning opportunities for area high school students, in addition to continued funding for a popular robotics course, summer camp and Math & Robotics Awareness Day. More

Gift of Real Estate Provides New Presidential Home 
As a former UH System regent, Dorothy Alcorn has played a vital role in ensuring the success of the University of Houston-Victoria. Through a special gift, she will make a lasting impact for years to come.  More