Texas Children's Hospital Family Wellness Activity Kit

Texas Children’s is here for you! Not only are we working hard every day to heal our patients, but if you’re social distancing at home, we want to help keep you busy and having fun. Check out our Family Wellness Activity Kit at texaschildrens.org/activitykit, which is full of coloring pages, puzzles, healthy recipes, activities and more. Tag us in your photos and use #TexasChildrensCares.

After Harvey: Putting History, Disasters into Context

Inspired by Houston’s recent experience of Hurricane Harvey, UH faculty combined forces to develop a new undergraduate course designed to encourage students to view Gulf Coast history from an interdisciplinary perspective and contextualize disasters such as the Galveston hurricane of 1900, Katrina in New Orleans, and Harvey in Houston, within the broader sociohistorical and political-economic landscape.

Assisting Arab Refugees is her Dream

A’isha Fahmi, Honors College and College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences sophomore, is pursuing her twin passions of psychology and Arabic to achieve her life-long dream of assisting Arab refugees in their own language with their unique psychological and emotional needs. Now she’s the thrilled and grateful recipient of a Critical Language Scholarship in Arabic, which will assist her in attaining the fluency she’ll need through an intensive summer session in Amman, Jordan.

Executive Recruitment Ad: Dean, Academic Development

We are currently seeking a Dean of Academic Development who will advance the institution’s proud tradition of excellence in academics, student life and community service. You: Innovator. Pacesetter. Agent of change. If you’re a tech savvy, process improvement-focused Student Champion with a talent for developing partnerships with communities and individuals, we’re looking for you. Your mission: In this role, you’ll provide primary administrative leadership and supervision for academic and resource development at the college.