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UHV graduates to celebrate Saturday at commencement
Close to 375 University of Houston-Victoria students are expected to participate in two commencement ceremonies on Saturday.
May 15, 2019

UHV accepting applications for free STEM summer camps
As the school year draws to a close, the University of Houston-Victoria is preparing to host four free science, technology, engineering and mathematics summer camps for high school and middle school students, including two new computer science camps.
May 15, 2019

Top Arts & Sciences students to pursue research opportunities
As University of Houston-Victoria student Aarushi Kumar was preparing for her graduation and a visit from her mother and brother who live in India, she was surprised and overjoyed to learn that in addition to receiving her degree, she would receive another honor.
May 07, 2019

UHV presents faculty awards for teaching, research, service excellence
Three University of Houston-Victoria faculty members from the fields of curriculum and instruction, history, and adult and higher education recently were recognized for their efforts to help students and the university through teaching, research and service.
May 01, 2019

UHV students place in programming competition
Rogerio da Silva, UHV assistant professor of gaming and computer science, second from left; stands with his students Saturday after the team ranked 13th out of 31 teams during the International Collegiate Programming Contest at Texas State University in San Marcos. Members of the UHV team, named Runtime Terror, were students Estrella Candia, left, Randall Jasek, Itzel Juarez and Jose Alvarez. The contest is a competitive programming sport that provides students with opportunities to interact, demonstrate and improve their teamwork, programming and problem-solving skills to become computing professionals.
April 17, 2019

Crossroads students get unique perspective on math, robotics at 24th annual event
Area high school students who placed first in their class show their awards during Thursday’s UHV Mathematics & Robotics Awareness Day. From left are Jessica Zhang, Ian Chen, Pranav Jain and Bekka Alex. Trevor Bellamy, right, was the overall winner of the event’s computer science contest.
April 05, 2019

Author uses character clashes to highlight immigrant struggles
Julie Iromuanya, an author and assistant professor of creative writing and English at the University of Arizona, has wanted to be a writer her whole life, so much so that she had her own little office with a typewriter as a child.
March 27, 2019

UHV SBDC to offer training on government contracts, business applications
The University of Houston-Victoria Small Business Development Center will offer two training workshops to area entrepreneurs who want to learn about how to apply for and be eligible to receive government contracts, as well as what is required to be designated a Historically Underutilized Business in Texas.
March 13, 2019

UHV announces fall graduates
The University of Houston-Victoria awarded 397 degrees to undergraduate and graduate students who completed their coursework during the fall semester.
February 20, 2019

UHV launches new website to coordinate STEM camps, events
Area students who want to attend the University of Houston-Victoria’s science, technology, engineering and mathematics summer camps and events now can find everything they need to know in one central website.
February 18, 2019

Dow awards UHV grant to support new computer science camp
The University of Houston-Victoria recently received a $7,500 grant from the Dow Chemical Co. Foundation to support a new computer science summer camp for Victoria-area middle school girls.
January 24, 2019

UHV receives $10,000 grant to encourage women in computer science
The University of Houston-Victoria recently received a $10,000 grant from a national group in support of university programs that will recruit and support women pursuing degrees in computer science.
January 23, 2019

Author flips script on typical Western genre
As Hernán Díaz was developing the story for his novel, “In the Distance,” he chose to set his story in the deserts of the American West.
January 16, 2019

Spring reading series to feature award-winning writers, artist
“Each of these writers present unique perspectives that apply to many different areas of our society,” said Jeffrey Di Leo, dean of the UHV School of Arts & Sciences, and ABR editor and publisher. “From stories drawing on Caribbean folklore and culture to examinations of modern music and art, the Victoria community can expect some enjoyable presentations.”
January 07, 2019

UHV creative writing program receives national ranking
A national website recently named the University of Houston-Victoria’s graduate creative writing program one of the top 20 in the nation based on the program’s quality and affordability.
December 19, 2018

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