Senior Jeremy Klutts, president of SGA, will graduate in May, leaving a legacy of student leadership behind
Stacy Kuropata, a first year Master of Fine Arts student at the University, strives to incorporate the affects of memory on childhood cognitance into her artwork. From the moment she started creating various art as a little girl, Kim Cypert knew without a doubt that she wanted to continue to create art for the rest of her life.
From the courtroom to the classroom, professor Anna Shaheen has been general counsel to high-profile athletes, including Roger Clemens, for the last twenty-six years and is now continuing to fulfill her dreams by teaching at the University.
University police chief Charles Miller has been a mainstay on campus since September 2001, but he will leave to take the position of police chief at Blinn College in Brenham, Texas.
An avid lover of all sports, cooking and her beloved dog Daisey, Amy Youngblood has been busy acclimating to a new lifestyle here in Houston this past semester after accepting the position of the University’s new director of alumni relations and advancement in October 2012.
Recent changes to the University’s curriculum have led to the appointment of Hartenburg as the new director of the Honors College.
The trip to Chiang Mai, Thailand would cost $3200. Junior John LaChapelle knew that he would have to start fundraising. He started selling shirts in early October that read “Stop Traffic” to University friends and family members. By the end of the month, LaChapelle sold 71 shirts, adding up to $1065. Donations from various strangers, acquaintances and long lost friends allowed him to reach his goal. LaChapelle is now set to go to Thailand to help men, women and children who are trapped in human trafficking.
Motocross and the University School of Business finally have one thing in common—Dr. Kevin Barksdale, director of human resources and professor of management.
The chemistry department has three new instruments that Dexter would probably wish he had in his laboratory: the fluorimeter, gas chromatograph and the atomic absorption instruments.
Senior Kelsey Reichow’s outgoing personality and strong work ethic helped her land an internship last summer at the Houston branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
Over the past year, the University has been working on an advertising campaign and hired Commerce House, an advertising agency located in Dallas, last August.
Bourke’s unusual space reveals the diversity of his three professions: Slavic linguist, businessman and now, director of the Quality Enhancement Plan.
Junior Charles Snell, only a month after sending in his application, is now actively involved in Republican Ted Cruz’s 2012 run for U.S. Senator and reports directly to Cruz’s campaign manager.
Dr. Jerry L. Walls, 56, began working at the University last fall after concluding a research fellowship at Notre Dame’s Center for Philosophy of Religion and in December won the 2012 Christianity Today Book Award in the Apologetics/Evangelism category for “Good God: The Theistic Foundations of Morality,” an argument for the belief in God on the basis of morality which he co-wrote with Dr. David Baggett, professor of philosophy at Liberty University in Virginia.