UHV faculty member wins award for research on digital religion
Mark Ward Sr., a University of Houston-Victoria associate professor of communication, recently was selected as the winner of the 2020 Digital Religion Research Award for his research and article about the economics of religious media.
June 03, 2020
Outstanding students persevere through pain, follow passions
When Katie Parker registered for graduate courses at the University of Houston-Victoria in 2016, she had no idea a life-changing event would cause her to juggle several surgeries and physical therapy along with her classes.
May 27, 2020
National website ranks UHV’s COVID-19 response among best in Texas
The University of Houston-Victoria recently was included in the top tier of Texas universities responding to the COVID-19 pandemic with action that benefited and protected students, especially in terms of available online learning resources.
May 26, 2020
UHV history professor publishes book about Civil War
For several years, Laura Mammina, a University of Houston-Victoria assistant professor of history, has worked toward presenting a tribute to a beloved history advisor.
April 29, 2020
UHV forensic psychology degree one of most affordable in U.S.
National website Best Colleges Online recently listed the University of Houston-Victoria Master of Arts in forensic psychology as the second most affordable, quality degree in the U.S. based on tuition, accreditation and inclusion in major publications.
April 22, 2020
UHV alumnus lands job in COVID-19 testing site
For the past couple of weeks, University of Houston-Victoria alumnus Terry Harryman has trained for a job that will put him in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
April 15, 2020
UHV student accepted into prestigious writing program
University of Houston-Victoria student Danielle Charles was in the middle of dyeing her hair when she received the biggest news of her life.
April 08, 2020
UHV graduate creative writing recognized for affordability
Two websites recently ranked the University of Houston-Victoria’s graduate creative writing program as one of the best online degrees as well as one of the most affordable in the nation based on UHV’s alumni salaries and tuition rates.
April 08, 2020
UHV, TSTC partner to offer transfer plan
Students at Texas State Technical College who want to add a bachelor’s degree to their credentials soon will benefit from a new transfer agreement with the University of Houston-Victoria.
April 01, 2020
UHV professor writes book about the theory of vinyl records
Jeffrey Di Leo, a University of Houston-Victoria professor of English and philosophy, grew up around juke boxes and vinyl records, and of course, searching for the perfect vinyl record to add to his collection.
April 01, 2020
Columbia professor, author to speak at History Day event
The life of former Victoria resident William Henry Ellis is one for the books – literally.
February 26, 2020
UHV school psychology graduate earns national certification
Marble Falls resident Robert Schiener has a goal of helping as many people as possible who need the services of a mental health professional, and now that he’s received a national certification, he has taken a major step toward that goal.
February 12, 2020
Outstanding students plan to pursue software, programming passions
Brittany Bohr never really felt at home on stage.
December 04, 2019
UHV biology students present research at state capital conference
Katie Timmins, left, a Victoria senior biology major, presents her research about aquatic slime mold that she found in her personal aquarium and analyzed during the fall semester to Stanley Roux Jr., a University of Texas at Austin professor of molecular biosciences and the conference’s keynote speaker. Timmins was one of six University of Houston-Victoria undergraduate biology students who attended and presented research on Saturday during the Capital of Texas Undergraduate Research Conference in Austin. Other students who attended the conference were Tyler Muschalek of Edna, Jessica Fischer and Melissa Dean of Victoria, and Elvis Egwu and Elijah Osasenaga of Nigeria. Their research focused on dietary topics, including how rotifers metabolize carbohydrates in comparison to humans’ metabolism, how pufferfish metabolize fat and sugars, and why pufferfish carry their fat deposits around the liver. Attending the conference with the students were Gen Kaneko and Hashimul Ehsan, UHV assistant professors of biology.
November 20, 2019
UHV faculty wins national award for spiritual communication research
Mark Ward Sr., an associate professor of communication at the University of Houston-Victoria, recently was named the recipient of a 2019 national award for outstanding article of the year in spiritual communication.
November 06, 2019