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September 18, 2018 -- The San Jacinto College Police Department honored officer Jesse Mendoza as its 2018 Officer of the Year at a reception on the College’s South Campus on Tuesday, September 18. More
September 18, 2018 -- Target Restoration Services and Harris County Department of Education’s Center for Safe and Secure Schools will present “School Threat Assessment Training: Creating a Safe Environment for Students” on Jan. 22, 2019. More
September 18, 2018 -- The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston today announced that researchers have adapted a vaccine for the Zika virus to fight brain cancer. More
September 18, 2018 -- San Jacinto College South Campus will host a low-cost pet vaccination event on September 22 in observance of World Rabies Day. More
September 18, 2018 -- Rice University's Kinder Institute for Urban Research and LINK Houston will host the inaugural Street Safety Summit on September 27 in Houston. More
September 18, 2018 -- San Jacinto College will host TechFest 2018 on September 29. More
September 18, 2018 -- Rice University today unveiled a new initiative to make higher education more affordable by expanding financial aid provided to students from low-income families to those with incomes up to $200,000. More
September 17, 2018 -- San Jacinto College's South Campus Gallery will host an opening reception on Friday for its latest exhibit, Carrot Cake: The Life and Career of Chuck Jones. More
September 17, 2018 -- The San Jacinto College Foundation will host its 23rd annual golf tournament on October 2 at the Golf Club of Houston. More
September 17, 2018 -- Rice University today announced that Jennifer Rabb has been named director and fellow of the McNair Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth. More
September 17, 2018 -- Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy today announced that experts are proposing the creation of a forum to more systematically collect and analyze satellite data to shed more light on the inner workings of China's oil sector. More
September 15, 2018 -- Gulf Coast Big Brothers Big Sisters held their 33rd annual Bowl for Kids’ Sake kick-off luncheon on Thursday. The Honorable Jim Schweitzer, as well as Moody Bank, were honored for their years of support of the organization. More
September 13, 2018 -- University of Houston-Victoria will host a celebration on September 21 for a new installation by artist Margo Sawyer, "Synchronicity of Color: Victoria." More
September 13, 2018 -- University of Houston-Clear Lake today announced that it has been ranked 61st among 140 colleges and universities according to U.S. News & World Report's 2019 Best College rankings. More
September 13, 2018 -- The Galveston College Board of Regents on Wednesday voted unanimously to move forward with seeking proposals for new student housing concepts. More
September 12, 2018 -- University of Houston-Clear Lake recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony and reception for the university's Recreation and Wellness Center. More
September 12, 2018 -- San Jacinto College has rescheduled Friday's State of the College Breakfast for October 5. More
September 11, 2018 -- Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick issued a statement today following news reports of a Texas Education Agency (TEA) committee's recommendation to cut career tech cosmetology programs. More
September 11, 2018 -- The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center today announced that Padmanee Sharma, professor of Genitourinary Medical Oncology and Immunology at the center, has been named a recipient of the William B. Coley Award. More
September 11, 2018 -- University of Houston today announced that researchers have developed a new medicine that can inhibit two of the major pathways of pancreatic cancer. More
September 11, 2018 -- Alvin Community College's Drama Department has announced the lineup for its 2018-2019 season. More
September 10, 2018 -- Rice University today announced that it has been ranked among the top 20 national universities in the 2018 U.S. News & World Report's "Best Colleges" guidebook. More
September 10, 2018 -- The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center today announced that researchers have demonstrated how BRCA-associated protein serves as a tumor suppressor gene in kidney, eye, bile duct, mesothelioma and other cancers. More
September 08, 2018 -- The City of League City has announced services for former firefighter Greg Bozdech, who passed away on Thursday. More
September 07, 2018 -- University of Houston-Clear Lake will host the investiture of President Ira K. Blake on Thursday, September 20 as the culminating event in a series of activities reflecting her passion for students, art and diversity, faculty and staff and wellness. More
September 07, 2018 -- Congressman John Culberson today issued a statement praising the availability of more than $63 million in federal assistance for 47 institutions of higher education for institutions affected by hurricanes Harvey, Irma, or Maria or the 2017 California wildfires. More
September 07, 2018 -- University of Houston-Clear Lake's College of Education at the Pearland campus will host an educational institute for school administrators and leaders. More
September 07, 2018 -- San Jacinto College today announced that Dr. Rachel Garcia, chair of the physical science department, has been named a recipient of a 2018 Outstanding Women in Texas Government Award. More
September 07, 2018 -- University of Houston-Downtown and the Housing, Entrepreneurship And Readiness Training Program have created an initiative to help adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities rejoin the workforce and continue to recover from Hurricane Harvey. More
September 07, 2018 -- University of Houston researchers recently received a $647,023 grant from the National Science Foundation to determine how interactions between plants and soil microbes will influence plant growth and health in a warming climate. More
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