seeks partnership with U.S., Putin says
Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin told a Houston audience
Wednesday that his formerly communist nation seeks an active partnership
with the United States and its North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies
to create a new international security structure.
grants UH $3.5 million for research
A $3.5 million grant to UH from the Environmental Protection Agency
will further environmental research initiatives at the Texas Learning and
Computation Center, or TLC2.
Senate discusses fee hikes
The cost of receiving an education at UH's C. T. Bauer College of Business
could be on the rise, and one Student Government Association senator cautioned
that student representatives should be on guard against fee increases in
their respective colleges during Wednesday night's SGA senate meeting.
Board of Regents gets three new members
Gov. Rick Perry appointed three new members to the UH System Board of
Regents on Tuesday, replacing three members whose terms expired Aug. 31.