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The Department of Student Life hosts its first RISE Diversity Conference. This day-long conference allows students to learn new skills, make new connections, and assists them in creating supportive and affirming spaces for BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ individuals to thrive. The conference provides engaging workshops and programs aimed at increasing students’ knowledge and understanding of their own culture and the culture of others. Improvement in these areas enhance students’ ability to effectively engage and work with diverse populations.

Prior to joining KIPP Northeast College Preparatory’ s Gator Team & Family, Brian K. Roberson spent the last ten years serving in a multitude of roles supporting students and educators across Houston. Before being named School Leader of KNCP, he served as an associate/assistant principal for five years the secondary level in Aldine ISD and Houston ISD, respectively. Before becoming an administrator, Mr. Roberson served as a high school Special Education teacher and coach in Cypress-Fairbanks ISD and Spring ISD, briefly interrupting his time in K-12 to serve as director of residence life at McNeese State University, located in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

Mr. Roberson focuses on improving student achievement by providing quality interventions, equipping teachers with the tools necessary to effectively produce growth, and establishing positive, sustainable relationships with both scholars and their families. Mr. Roberson fundamentally believes every student needs a champion, and every educator should strive to be that champion by continuing to lift scholars to new heights.

Mr. Roberson earned a bachelor’s degree in communication from Lamar University, and a master’s degree in Educational Technology Leadership from the same institution the following year.

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Location

10:00-10:30 am

REGISTRATION

UN LOBBY

10:30-10:45 am

WELCOME ADDRESS

UN Multi-Purpose Room

10:50-11:35 am

BREAKOUT SESSIONS A

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Speaker 1

UN Multi-Purpose Room

 

Speaker 2

UN 111

 

Speaker 3

UN Walker Auditorium

11:40-12:25 pm

BREAKOUT SESSIONS B

VARIOUS LOCATIONS:

 

Speaker 1

UN Multi-Purpose Room

 

Speaker 2

UN 111

 

Speaker 3

UN Walker Auditorium

12:30-1:00 pm

LUNCH

UN Multi-Purpose Room

1:00-1:45 pm

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

UN Multi-Purpose Room

1:50-2:35 pm

BREAKOUT SESSIONS C

VARIOUS LOCATIONS:

 

Speaker 1

UN Multi-Purpose Room

 

Speaker 2

UN 111

 

Speaker 3

UN Walker Auditorium

2:40-3:25 pm

STUDENT PANEL

UN Multi-Purpose Room

3:30-4:00 pm

TABLE DISCUSSIONS

UN Multi-Purpose Room

4:00-4:15 pm

CLOSING ADDRESS

UN Multi-Purpose Room

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About the program

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Are you interested in pursuing a career in the exciting and growing financial investment sector? If so, the Graduate Certificate in Finance and Investments at the University of Houston-Victoria.

Through the Graduate Certificate in Finance and Investments, you will enjoy the benefits of additional credentials without having to dedicate time and money to a full master’s program.

A graduate certificate will give you a leg up in the professional world and help you stand out from other candidates. If you want to increase your hire-ability or expand your skillset when it comes to handling investments and corporate financial matters, this program is an excellent fit for you.

2021-2022 TEACH Grant Consideration Form

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Class DescriptionDepartment NameCourse NumberSection NumberTerm
Technology and Problem Solving COSC 1301 27429 Fall 2019
Technology and Problem Solving COSC 1301 27430 Fall 2019
Technology and Problem Solving COSC 1301 27431 Fall 2019
Technology and Problem Solving COSC 1301 27432 Fall 2019
Adv Psychopath & Psychopharm COUN 6343 27128 Fall 2019

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If you have COVID-19 symptoms but do NOT have a positive test or a diagnosis:

  • If you are at work, go home immediately and avoid coming into close contact with anyone.
  • Contact your supervisor as soon as possible to notify him.
  • Contact your health care provider for diagnosis, treatment and/or testing, as necessary. (If you are a BCBSTX HealthSelect participant, telehealth virtual visits are available to you at no cost.)
  • Visit the Human Resources FMLA page on the UHV intranet and contact your HR benefits team to discuss your leave options.
  • Continue to monitor your symptoms.
  • If you undergo a test for COVID-19 and you test positive, notify your supervisor of this development and resubmit the Diagnosis or Symptoms Reporting form to report your positive test result and follow the protocols below for a positive test.
  • You may return to campus:
    • If your symptoms are a result of a pre-existing medical condition; or
    • Your health care provider has advised that you have an alternative medical diagnosis that is unrelated to COVID-19 and you are no longer contagious; or
    • At least 24 hours have passed since your last fever without the use of fever-reducing medications and improvement in symptoms; and, at least 10 days have passed since symptoms first appeared.

NOTE: If you have received the COVID-19 vaccine within the last seven days and you have experienced side effects, you may return to campus if at least 24 hours have passed since your last fever without the use of fever-reducing medications and improvement in symptoms, AND you have had no known exposure to someone with COVID-19.