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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

National website ranks three UHV undergraduate degrees
Nonprofit Colleges Online recently ranked three University of Houston-Victoria undergraduate programs for putting students before profits and education before the bottom line.
April 05, 2017

Upcoming book gets starred review
“Slipping,” a darkly comic novel about to be published by Dalkey Archive Press at the University of Houston-Victoria, recently received a coveted starred review from a national book review magazine.
March 15, 2017

After-school UHV class teaches high school students about robotics, programming
John Cesarz stood back and watched as his small robot swiveled its head back and forth to find its way through a maze.
March 08, 2017

Dalkey Archive Press author dies
One of the most well-known novelists and biographers published by Dalkey Archive Press at the University of Houston-Victoria died Tuesday. Nicholas Mosley was 93.
March 06, 2017

Administrative secretary chosen as 2016 UHV Employee of the Year
Paula Edging, an administrative secretary in the University of Houston-Victoria School of Arts & Sciences, was named the 2016 Employee of the Year on Tuesday at the university’s Faculty & Staff Recognition Luncheon.
March 01, 2017

Author aims to explore stories left untold by others
T. Geronimo Johnson has a love of language, especially as a mode of communication.
March 01, 2017

Book edited by UHV dean examines changes in perception of theory
Jeffrey Di Leo first became interested in theory and critique when he was a student in college, and that interest recently resulted in a book.
February 22, 2017

Distinguished New York author next up in UHV/ABR Reading Series
Vivian Gornick has written about intimacy, marriage and feminism for more than four decades, and she will share some of her experiences soon in Victoria.
February 08, 2017

UHV symposium to explore how community center, baseball impacted segregation
When the Victoria Rosebuds Double A baseball team played home games in 1958, black players could be found on the field, but the stands at Riverside Stadium remained segregated.
February 03, 2017

UHV robotics research awarded third Department of Defense grant
The University of Houston-Victoria is moving forward with research into robot-human interaction in virtual reality settings after receiving an almost $180,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Defense.
January 18, 2017

Author, playwright brings personal connection to storytelling
Inspiration for James Magnuson’s books come from a million different sources: someone’s diary he was secretly reading, a Bible story he turns on its head, childhood memories of harvesting wheat with his uncle in North Dakota or a friend’s disappearance in the anti-war movement of the 1960s.
January 18, 2017

UHV undergraduate marketing program earns national rank
Accessibility, affordability and a return on investment were three of the reasons the University of Houston-Victoria’s Bachelor of Applied Arts & Sciences in marketing recently received a national ranking.
January 11, 2017

UHV online counseling psychology, accounting programs earn rankings
Small class sizes, low costs and numerous learning opportunities recently helped land two UHV programs on national lists for top counseling and accounting programs.
December 20, 2016

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