Transforming Good Intentions Into Good Medicine
The College of Medicine will join the University of Houston as its 15th academic college, admitting 30 students in its inaugural class in 2020. Our goal is for at least 50 percent of each graduating class to practice primary care specialties — a crucial point of difference that will truly set the College apart from its local and national counterparts.
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OPPORTUNITY DEFINES A UH EDUCATION
When you invest in UH, you enable opportunity to take root and thrive. It grows first for our students, who bring a special grit and determination to their studies, and next for our schools, colleges, faculty, and region.
A Fitting Legacy
Kendall/Heaton Associates, Inc., an architecture firm in Houston, made a generous $250,000 gift to the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design at the University of Houston to create its first ever endowed professorship within the College.
Japan Business Association Commits $100,000 to Support Hines College’s Community Design Resource Center
In honor of its 50th anniversary, the Japan Business Association of Houston (JBAH) recently announced its donation of $100,000 to the Community Design Resource Center (CDRC) in the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design at the University of Houston.
Doug Brooks: Giving Hospitality a New Meaning at Hilton College
For retired restaurateur and University of Houston alumnus Doug Brooks (’75), a visionary leader is all it takes to inspire people to a great undertaking.
News and Events
University of Houston and Humana Announce Long-term Strategic Partnership
Humana Inc. (NYSE: HUM), one of the nation’s leading health and well-being companies, and the University of Houston announced today a long-term strategic partnership to train the health care leaders of tomorrow with a focus on advancing population health, improving health outcomes and expanding the use of value-based payment models.
UH Receives Anonymous $4 Million Gift to Support Creative Writing and Other Liberal Arts Programs
The University of Houston College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) has received a $4 million anonymous gift in support of its Creative Writing Program, among multiple CLASS initiatives.
Anonymous Gift Pays Tuition for Entire First Class at UH College of Medicine
The University of Houston College of Medicine has received an anonymous $3 million gift, which will fund the full tuition for the college’s inaugural class of 30 medical students in fall 2020.