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UHD Here, We Go

UH Downtown announces capital campaign, UHD Here, We Go, which outlines our plans to raise $25 million by 2020. Funds will support student success, faculty development, campus growth and community engagement.

It Takes a City to Build a Neighborhood

It Takes a City to Build a Neighborhood

A coalition of nonprofits, The Northern Third Ward Consortium, has received a $100,000 planning grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation to develop a comprehensive, resident-driven revitalization plan for the Northern Third Ward.

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Dominic Ng: Former Tutor, Guest Coach and Diversity Champion

Dominic Ng (’80), Chairman and CEO of East West Bank, remembers tutoring University of Houston student-athletes in the University’s tutorial center and earning just over $3 an hour during the late 1970s. He was soon given a considerable raise with a move to the Athletics Department, and became one of only two students hired to tutor the football players.

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Paying it Forward: Dr. Randal Sitton

Dr. Randal Sitton (’85, M.S.I.E. ’88, Ph.D. ’92) comes from a long line of Cougars. He has been an instructional associate professor at the Cullen College of Engineering since 2015, and recently acted as faculty ambassador to CCE for the 2017 Faculty & Staff Campaign. In this Lunar Cougar Q&A, he told us more about why he gives back to his alma mater, what’s changed on campus, and how philanthropy makes a difference in the lives of his students.

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Community Day? More like Family Day for Coogs

January 19 was dubbed “Community Day” to celebrate the launch of the $1 billion Here, We Go campaign — but with so many UH alumni, faculty, staff and donors gathered together in support of their University, it seems that “Family Day” would also have been an appropriate name!

My Vo (’17)

A Student’s Perspective on the “Here, We Go” Campaign Launch Talks

I hadn’t associated the word “launch” with much more than its standard definition before last week. However, after attending the “Launch Talks” on January 19, 2017 for the University’s $1 billion campaign and getting the chance to hear faculty members and administrators from the different colleges discuss what the word “launch” meant to them, I now have an abundance and variety of definitions.