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News and Events

Bruce Broussard (MBA ’89) Named One of Fortune’s Businesspersons of the Year

Since being named CEO of the health insurer in 2013, Broussard has continued Humana’s push into the Medicare Advantage business, with membership in its alternative to traditional Medicare up 17% last year—its highest increase in a decade and far outpacing the rest of the industry.

UH System Possibly Impacted by Blackbaud Data Security Incident

August 5, 2020 | The University of Houston System may have been impacted by a data security incident involving Blackbaud, one of our service providers. No UH System encrypted data (like social security numbers, bank account or credit card information) were involved in this incident. At this time, we do not believe any further action is required by individuals. For more information, please visit the UH System website by clicking “Read More” below.

UH Cougar Emergency Fund to Support Students Facing Hardship

The University of Houston has relaunched its emergency fund to assist students facing unexpected financial hardships due to COVID-19. The Cougar Emergency Fund is designed to offer as much as $1,500 in support to eligible students for school-related costs to keep them enrolled and on track despite financial hardship caused by the pandemic.

Read Now Enjoy stories of generosity from our philanthropic community during the 2019 academic year. THE 2019 REPORT ON PHILANTHROPY