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Area high school students learn robotics, programming in after-school class
Cameron Buchhorn and Bella Zeplin carefully examined each element of a diagram displayed on their computer on May 8 in a University of Houston-Victoria computer lab.
May 16, 2018

Students learn importance of math, robotics during UHV event
Students tossed their discarded card pieces in the air Tuesday as they tried out a magic trick that uses mathematics to match the halves without looking at the cards.
April 25, 2018

UHV to host math, robotics daylong event
The University of Houston-Victoria is preparing to host its popular Math & Robotics Awareness Day on April 24, and area high school students only have until April 10 to register.
April 04, 2018

Inventive, imaginative stories to be presented by next ABR author
When he was young, Matt Bell embraced imaginative reading but never expected to be a full-time writer with his work featured in the New York Times, and now area residents have a chance to meet him on April 12.
March 28, 2018

UHV faculty members to share perspectives on William Blake’s poetry
Held in high regard for his creativity and imagination, William Blake is one of the most well-known visionary poets of the Romantic era, and now community members can learn more about him.
March 21, 2018

Author says U.S. has amazing philosophical culture
Carlin Romano points to bookstores as evidence of the U.S.’s wealth of philosophical diversity and openness of discussion.
February 21, 2018

UHV Downtown Arts Series announces spring lineup, new event
The University of Houston-Victoria Spring 2018 Downtown Arts Series is gearing up for another semester of bringing talented poets and artists to the Victoria area, and this spring will feature a new two-day expo.
January 24, 2018

UHV to host ’Coco’ book signing in Katy
The University of Houston-Victoria at Katy will host a signing of the novelization of Disney’s “Coco” that was written by a UHV faculty member.
January 19, 2018

Outstanding Arts & Sciences students overcome challenges and succeed
A passionate University of Houston-Victoria professor of criminal justice opened Brittany Proctor’s eyes to the pitfalls of the criminal justice system, including problems with the rehabilitation services offered to those released from prison.
December 13, 2017

UHV to host Coco book signing
Fans of Disney’s “Coco” soon will have the opportunity to get a signed copy of the new movie’s novelization at a book signing hosted by the University of Houston-Victoria.
December 06, 2017

UHV’s graduate interdisciplinary studies program receives ranking
The Master’s Program Guide website recently ranked the University of Houston-Victoria Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies as one of the nation’s top 50 liberal studies programs.
December 06, 2017

UHV associate professor’s book explores gospel music history
A University of Houston-Victoria faculty member’s research on old record albums, songbooks, sheet music and radio programs has led to a book that explores the history of gospel music and its role in American popular religious culture.
November 01, 2017

Poet couple ready to share work with Victoria community
Although their individual methods are different, Tom Mandel’s and Beth Joselow’s poetry begins with a focus on language and words before a topic takes shape.
October 18, 2017

Poet focuses on beauty of language, creation of story
“The reading series has been an outstanding event for more than 10 years,” said Jeffrey Di Leo, dean of the UHV School of Arts & Sciences, and ABR editor and publisher. “It is exciting to reach this milestone. I am looking forward to experiencing the writing of Kwame Dawes and the deeply personal connection he brings to his craft.”
September 20, 2017

Symposium to focus on Mexican American educational protests
Texas teachers and activists tried to get Mexican American studies on the curriculum for years, but when they finally succeeded and a textbook was created, there was an uproar about the content.
September 13, 2017

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