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  Professor Paul C. W. Chu is currently a professor of Physics in the University of Houston. He is considered to be one of the highest paid professors at the university and his journey toward achieving this position is due, in part, to the many achievements he has accomplished throughout …

I have been a proud member of an undocumented youth movement ever since I joined a “DREAMer” organization called University Leadership Initiative (ULI) while I was attending the University of Texas at Austin (UT) back in 2008. Ever since I have been advocating the DREAM Act, a federal bill that …

  UH MAES recently attended the 2012 MAES National Symposium in Las Vegas, NV. While most students would see a trip to Las Vegas as a great vacation from school, UH MAES spent most nights inside their hotel rooms studying. Dedication to academics is evident in the number of scholarships and awards …

University of Houston janitor reveals the strangest thing she’s ever had to clean up on campus.

   There is some fall off to be expected when a quarterback that holds every significant passing record finally graduates, more even when his top 4 targets go with him. A sophomore quarterback in David Piland, multiple sophomore, and freshman receivers are leading this team. And on Saturday night they …

  MAES has always been dedicated to reaching out to the community. The ideals are based on connecting, tutoring, mentoring, and leading students into a future of opportunities. This summer the MAES familia put much of their efforts into making sure that the outreach met the surrounding Houston community. The …

  No stranger to teaching excellence, chemistry professor Simon G. Bott has been selected as a Piper Professor of 2012 by the Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation. He will receive a $5,000 honorarium for his teaching at the University of Houston and was recognized by President Renu Khator at the beginning …

  YOUTH ORIENTED NON-PROFITS BRING VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES TO UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON CAMPUS The Metropolitan Volunteer Program is hosting a volunteer information session, Thursday March 29, at 4:00 p.m. in the Tejas Room, located on the top floor of the University Center.  Guest speakers from Big Brothers Big Sisters, Bowl for …

Frontier Fiesta was founded in 1939 by Dr. Kemmerer but came to an end during WWII. However, in 1946, shortly after the war ended, the UH tradition was revived. LIFE magazine even called it “the Greatest College Show on Earth” in 1958.

  Hosted by Will Davis, National VP of Events Come join the MAES Fundraising Committee! The meeting will train you in how to present proposals to companies to request funding for MAES. Your fundraising committee has already developed the MAES Proposal, and at the meeting you will be broken up …