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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

UHV announces fall American Book Review series authors
The American Book Review will welcome its 100th author to the University of Houston-Victoria as part of a dynamic fall reading series lineup.
August 09, 2017

UHV summer camp teaches students about aquatic ecosystems
Seven middle and high school students bent over lab equipment, concentrating as they added liquids to beakers and watched the solutions change colors from yellow to blue to clear.
August 02, 2017

Large group of UHV faculty members earn promotions
A group of 13 University of Houston-Victoria faculty members will have new job titles this fall after the UH System Board of Regents approved their promotions in academic rank.
July 26, 2017

UHV online English, business bachelor’s degrees earn accolades
A trio of University of Houston-Victoria undergraduate programs in English and business have made a national list of most affordable online degrees.
July 26, 2017

Area high school students get ahead at UHV Math Camp

July 19, 2017

High school students direct robots at UHV summer camp

June 28, 2017

Website ranks UHV psychology programs in national top 10
BestMastersInPsychology.com applauded the career preparation aspect of the University of Houston-Victoria’s graduate psychology programs in its list of top online master’s degrees.
June 14, 2017

New book to show how South became Bible Belt
When Joseph Locke, a University of Houston-Victoria assistant professor of history, began researching Texas’ history during the Progressive Era, he was surprised to find that the “Bible Belt” moniker didn’t yet apply to the American South. It wasn’t even coined yet.
June 07, 2017

Crossroads students get unique perspectives on math at event
Students gasped as images of three-dimensional street art were shown from one angle and then another.
May 18, 2017

Top UHV Arts & Sciences students ace criminal justice programs
What started as a radio station gag has turned into an award-winning academic accomplishment for Victoria resident Amory Gritta.
May 10, 2017

Three UHV psychology programs named Best Buys by GetEducated.com
The affordability and accessibility of three different University of Houston-Victoria psychology degrees recently helped make those programs “Best Buys,” according to a national consumer group.
April 26, 2017

Poet to share observations with community through verse
Duane Niatum, a poet and writer who lives in Washington, turns his observations of the physical world into poetic expression, and he finds inspiration everywhere, including nature, dreams, art, travel and human rights.
April 19, 2017

Lecture series to focus on aspects of cardiovascular health
A surgeon, a cardiologist, a University of Houston-Victoria assistant professor and an innovator in medical technology are working together to present a lecture with the goal of bringing a better understanding of cardiovascular health to Victoria.
April 13, 2017

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