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Educational Diagnostic Testing

Diagnostic and Educational testing for ages 6 through adulthood.

Session Times

By Appointment Only

Note

Cancellation and refund policy: No refund will be made for registration cancellation less than 14 days prior to workshop or event date. Please Note: We may need to cancel classes or camps due to low enrollment. If there is a need for cancellation, you will be notified the week prior to the event.

Any person needing an accommodation for a disability to participate in this program should contact the CEP office at 281-283-3529 or cep@uhcl.edu at least one week prior to arrange for the accommodation.

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Diagnostic and Educational testing for ages 6 through adulthood.

Session Times

By Appointment Only

Note

Cancellation and refund policy: No refund will be made for registration cancellation less than 14 days prior to workshop or event date. Please Note: We may need to cancel classes or camps due to low enrollment. If there is a need for cancellation, you will be notified the week prior to the event.

Any person needing an accommodation for a disability to participate in this program should contact the CEP office at 281-283-3529 or cep@uhcl.edu at least one week prior to arrange for the accommodation.

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

TEA Admission Fee (2018-2019)

$57 Advanced certificate program admission fee for Texas Education Agency (TEA). TEA collects this fee from UHCL for maintenance of my TEA website account.

Texas Education Agency (TEA) requires all educator preparation programs to collect a $57 fee from each new candidate entering a teacher or advanced certification program in Texas. UHCL forwards the fee to TEA and TEA uses it to create and monitor your TEAL (TEA Login) account at the TEA website.

Fee is nonrefundable.

"I am applying for admission into one of the following programs: Principal, Reading Specialist, School Counselor, School Librarian, Superintendent or Master Teacher. I understand that if I am applying for more than 1 program/certificate, I must pay the $57.00 TEA fee for each program."

For questions, contact the COE Certification Office at 281-283-3618, or certification@uhcl.edu.

Code: 17TEA07

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$57 Advanced certificate program admission fee for Texas Education Agency (TEA). TEA collects this fee from UHCL for maintenance of my TEA website account.

Texas Education Agency (TEA) requires all educator preparation programs to collect a $57 fee from each new candidate entering a teacher or advanced certification program in Texas. UHCL forwards the fee to TEA and TEA uses it to create and monitor your TEAL (TEA Login) account at the TEA website.

Fee is nonrefundable.

"I am applying for admission into one of the following programs: Principal, Reading Specialist, School Counselor, School Librarian, Superintendent or Master Teacher. I understand that if I am applying for more than 1 program/certificate, I must pay the $57.00 TEA fee for each program."

For questions, contact the COE Certification Office at 281-283-3618, or certification@uhcl.edu.

Code: 17TEA02

NA

$57 Advanced certificate program admission fee for Texas Education Agency (TEA). TEA collects this fee from UHCL for maintenance of my TEA website account.

Texas Education Agency (TEA) requires all educator preparation programs to collect a $57 fee from each new candidate entering a teacher or advanced certification program in Texas. UHCL forwards the fee to TEA and TEA uses it to create and monitor your TEAL (TEA Login) account at the TEA website.

Fee is nonrefundable.

"I am applying for admission into one of the following programs: Principal, Reading Specialist, School Counselor, School Librarian, Superintendent or Master Teacher. I understand that if I am applying for more than 1 program/certificate, I must pay the $57.00 TEA fee for each program."

For questions, contact the COE Certification Office at 281-283-3618, or certification@uhcl.edu.

Code: 17TEA03

NA

$57 Advanced certificate program admission fee for Texas Education Agency (TEA). TEA collects this fee from UHCL for maintenance of my TEA website account.

Texas Education Agency (TEA) requires all educator preparation programs to collect a $57 fee from each new candidate entering a teacher or advanced certification program in Texas. UHCL forwards the fee to TEA and TEA uses it to create and monitor your TEAL (TEA Login) account at the TEA website.

Fee is nonrefundable.

"I am applying for admission into one of the following programs: Principal, Reading Specialist, School Counselor, School Librarian, Superintendent or Master Teacher. I understand that if I am applying for more than 1 program/certificate, I must pay the $57.00 TEA fee for each program."

For questions, contact the COE Certification Office at 281-283-3618, or certification@uhcl.edu.

Code: 17TEA05

NA

$57 Advanced certificate program admission fee for Texas Education Agency (TEA). TEA collects this fee from UHCL for maintenance of my TEA website account.

Texas Education Agency (TEA) requires all educator preparation programs to collect a $57 fee from each new candidate entering a teacher or advanced certification program in Texas. UHCL forwards the fee to TEA and TEA uses it to create and monitor your TEAL (TEA Login) account at the TEA website.

Fee is nonrefundable.

"I am applying for admission into one of the following programs: Principal, Reading Specialist, School Counselor, School Librarian, Superintendent or Master Teacher. I understand that if I am applying for more than 1 program/certificate, I must pay the $57.00 TEA fee for each program."

For questions, contact the COE Certification Office at 281-283-3618, or certification@uhcl.edu.

Code: 17TEA04

NA

$57 Advanced certificate program admission fee for Texas Education Agency (TEA). TEA collects this fee from UHCL for maintenance of my TEA website account.

Texas Education Agency (TEA) requires all educator preparation programs to collect a $57 fee from each new candidate entering a teacher or advanced certification program in Texas. UHCL forwards the fee to TEA and TEA uses it to create and monitor your TEAL (TEA Login) account at the TEA website.

Fee is nonrefundable.

"I am applying for admission into one of the following programs: Principal, Reading Specialist, School Counselor, School Librarian, Superintendent or Master Teacher. I understand that if I am applying for more than 1 program/certificate, I must pay the $57.00 TEA fee for each program."

For questions, contact the COE Certification Office at 281-283-3618, or certification@uhcl.edu.

Code: 17TEA06

NA

$57 Teacher Education Program admission fee for Texas Education Agency (TEA). TEA collects this fee from UHCL for maintenance of my TEA website account.

Texas Education Agency (TEA) requires all educator preparation programs to collect a $57 fee from each new candidate entering a teacher or advanced certification program in Texas. UHCL forwards the fee to TEA and TEA uses it to create and monitor your TEAL (TEA Login) account at the TEA website.

Fee is nonrefundable.

"I am applying for admission into the Teacher Education Program."

For questions, contact the COE Certification Office at 281-283-3618, or certification@uhcl.edu.

Code: 17TEA07

NA

Reading, Writing, and Study Skills Tutoring - Spring 2019

Session Dates

Monday Session: February 18,25; March 4,18,25; April 1,8,15

Makeup Day: April 22

Note

Cancellation and refund policy: No refund will be made for registration cancellation less than 14 days prior to workshop or event date. Please Note: We may need to cancel classes or camps due to low enrollment. If there is a need for cancellation, you will be notified the week prior to the event.

Any person needing an accommodation for a disability to participate in this program should contact the CEP office at 281-283-3529 or cep@uhcl.edu at least one week prior to arrange for the accommodation.

4:30 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Session Dates

Tuesday Session: February 19,26; March 5,19,26; April 2,9,16

Makeup Day: April 23

Note

Cancellation and refund policy: No refund will be made for registration cancellation less than 14 days prior to workshop or event date. Please Note: We may need to cancel classes or camps due to low enrollment. If there is a need for cancellation, you will be notified the week prior to the event.

Any person needing an accommodation for a disability to participate in this program should contact the CEP office at 281-283-3529 or cep@uhcl.edu at least one week prior to arrange for the accommodation.

4:30 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Physics Seminar Series

UHCL's distinguished Physics Lecture Series takes place every year during the spring semester and includes presentations by world-renowned scientists who speak on a variety of physics and space science topics. These talks are free and open to the public. They are are appropriate for anyone, from high school students to practicing scientists, as they expose a general audience to ongoing research in physics and space science. All talks take place Monday evenings at 7 p.m. in STEM 1203.

Each session takes place in conjunction with the Research Project and Seminar (PHYS 6838) and the Modern Physics Research Seminar (PHYS 4732). To register, visit our online registration (under Professional Development, click the "Physics Seminar Series" link). For assistance, call the Center for Educational Programs at 281-283-3529.

University credit is available for the series in two ways. Non-physics majors can receive class credit by signing up for PHYS 4732. Students can earn continuing education certificates as well through this series. The cost is $15 per individual seminar, $40 for any three seminars, or $99 for the entire series. If you are not pursuing a credit, you are still welcome to attend at no charge

Presenter

David Alexander, Director, Rice Space Institute

Abstract

Understanding how the activity of the Sun influences and affects the Earth's space environment is of great scientific interest as we explore the energetic activity of stars. Space Weather also has important ramifications for society in that it can create electromagnetic hazards in space and on the ground, impacting our communications, power grids and satellite operations. In this talk we will discuss solar activity, its impact on the Earth and, if time permits, what it tells us about extra-solar worlds.

Biography

David Alexander is a professor in the Department of Physics and astronomy and director of the Rice Space Institute. He received his Bachelor of Science in natural philosophy and astronomy, and his doctorate in relativistic cosmological models from the University of Glasgow. Alexander also received a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers in 2004 and was appointed a Kavli Frontiers Fellow by the National Academy of Sciences in 2006.

Prior to joining the faculty at Rice University in 2003, he was a staff physicist at Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center in Palo Alto, California, where he worked on the development of advanced space missions for solar physics. Alexander was designated a GlobalScot by the Scottish Government and was recently named an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for services to the space industry at home and abroad and to higher education.

7 pm

UHCL's distinguished Physics Lecture Series takes place every year during the spring semester and includes presentations by world-renowned scientists who speak on a variety of physics and space science topics. These talks are free and open to the public. They are are appropriate for anyone, from high school students to practicing scientists, as they expose a general audience to ongoing research in physics and space science. All talks take place Monday evenings at 7 p.m. in STEM 1203.

Each session takes place in conjunction with the Research Project and Seminar (PHYS 6838) and the Modern Physics Research Seminar (PHYS 4732). To register, visit our online registration (under Professional Development, click the "Physics Seminar Series" link). For assistance, call the Center for Educational Programs at 281-283-3529.

University credit is available for the series in two ways. Non-physics majors can receive class credit by signing up for PHYS 4732. Students can earn continuing education certificates as well through this series. The cost is $15 per individual seminar, $40 for any three seminars, or $99 for the entire series. If you are not pursuing a credit, you are still welcome to attend at no charge

Presenter

Patrice Yarbough, Senior Scientist, KBRwyle Principal Investigator HERA Complement Scientist, JSC NASA

Biography

Patrice O. Yarbough is a senior scientist at NASA Johnson Space Center, a contractor to NASA’s Human Research Program employed by KBRwyle. She is also the principal investigator for the confined isolation human subject studies performed in the Human Exploration Research Analog habitat. Yarbough earned her B.S. and Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of Houston.

She managed the NASA bed rest studies at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. Previously, she did HIV clinical research at Tanox Inc. and hepatitis pre-clinical research at Genelabs Technologies. At Genelabs, she led the group to develop a hepatitis E virus sub-unit vaccine and received the international COPEV Association Award for Prevention of Viral Hepatitis. A native Houstonian, her volunteer work includes serving as president of the Ashley Jadine Foundation, a charity that seeks to prevent suicide in youth.

7 pm

UHCL's distinguished Physics Lecture Series takes place every year during the spring semester and includes presentations by world-renowned scientists who speak on a variety of physics and space science topics. These talks are free and open to the public. They are are appropriate for anyone, from high school students to practicing scientists, as they expose a general audience to ongoing research in physics and space science. All talks take place Monday evenings at 7 p.m. in STEM 1203.

Each session takes place in conjunction with the Research Project and Seminar (PHYS 6838) and the Modern Physics Research Seminar (PHYS 4732). To register, visit our online registration (under Professional Development, click the "Physics Seminar Series" link). For assistance, call the Center for Educational Programs at 281-283-3529.

University credit is available for the series in two ways. Non-physics majors can receive class credit by signing up for PHYS 4732. Students can earn continuing education certificates as well through this series. The cost is $15 per individual seminar, $40 for any three seminars, or $99 for the entire series. If you are not pursuing a credit, you are still welcome to attend at no charge

Presenter

Frank Hughes, President, Tietronix

Abstract

Follow a career in NASA in Astronaut Training and Flight Planning to show how a Physics degree gives you a boost in your career goals and aspirations.

Biography

Frank Hughes has worked for more than 50 years in the NASA Johnson Space Center area. He worked on astronaut and flight controller training throughout his NASA career of 33 years. At retirement, Hughes was the chief of space flight training. He spent his technical and managerial years finding innovations to improve training for space flight. Since retirement, Hughes has taken many NASA technologies to utilize them in the classroom to enhance the education experience of our children as well as our working and retired adults.

7 pm

UHCL's distinguished Physics Lecture Series takes place every year during the spring semester and includes presentations by world-renowned scientists who speak on a variety of physics and space science topics. These talks are free and open to the public. They are are appropriate for anyone, from high school students to practicing scientists, as they expose a general audience to ongoing research in physics and space science. All talks take place Monday evenings at 7 p.m. in STEM 1203.

Each session takes place in conjunction with the Research Project and Seminar (PHYS 6838) and the Modern Physics Research Seminar (PHYS 4732). To register, visit our online registration (under Professional Development, click the "Physics Seminar Series" link). For assistance, call the Center for Educational Programs at 281-283-3529.

University credit is available for the series in two ways. Non-physics majors can receive class credit by signing up for PHYS 4732. Students can earn continuing education certificates as well through this series. The cost is $15 per individual seminar, $40 for any three seminars, or $99 for the entire series. If you are not pursuing a credit, you are still welcome to attend at no charge.

Presenter

Margaret Cheung, Moores Professor of Physics, Chemistry and Computer Science, UH

Abstract

Calcium (Ca2+) signaling is a dynamic system where Ca2+ concentration fluctuates in range of 0.1-10μM with time. These short transient Ca2+ around the entry sites activate Ca2+-binding proteins such as calmodulin (CaM). The prototypical pathway describes CaM as encoding a Ca2+ signal by selectively activating downstream CaM-dependent proteins through molecular binding. However, CaM’s intrinsic Ca2+-binding properties alone appear insufficient to decode rapidly fluctuating Ca2+ signals. It has been proposed that the temporally varying mechanism for producing target selectivity requires CaM-target interactions that directly tune the Ca2+-binding properties of CaM through reciprocal interactions. In this presentation, I will focus on the binding mechanism of CaM and its target, which requires mutually and conformationally-induced changes in both participants Then, I will focus on two unique and distinct CaM binding targets, neurogranin (Ng) and CaM-dependent kinase II (CaMKII), which are abundant in postsynaptic neuronal cells and are biochemically known to tune CaM’s affinity for Ca2+ in opposite directions. My group has employed an integrative approach of quantum mechanical calculations, all-atomistic molecular dynamics, and coarse-grained molecular simulations to investigate the molecular mechanisms of CaM’s reciprocal interaction between target binding and Ca2+binding. The research of my group has been driven and tested in close collaboration with experimentalists. I will also discuss about CaM binding and target selection in the context of evolution and in a crowded environment.

Biography

Margaret Cheung is the Moores Professor of Physics at the University of Houston. She graduated from the National Taiwan University with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and received her Ph.D. in physics from the University of California, San Diego. Cheung carried out theoretical biological physics and bioinformatics research as a Sloan Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Maryland and started her lab at the University of Houston in 2006. Her research focuses on protein folding inside a cell, calmodulin-dependent calcium signaling, protein motors, actomyosin dynamics, and quantum efficiency in organic photovoltaics.

Cheung is a fellow of the American Physical Society, a senior scientist at the Center for Theoretical Biological Physics, and an adjunct professor of bioengineering at Rice University. She has two young children and loves to explore the city of Houston with them.

7 pm

UHCL's distinguished Physics Lecture Series takes place every year during the spring semester and includes presentations by world-renowned scientists who speak on a variety of physics and space science topics. These talks are free and open to the public. They are are appropriate for anyone, from high school students to practicing scientists, as they expose a general audience to ongoing research in physics and space science. All talks take place Monday evenings at 7 p.m. in STEM 1203.

Each session takes place in conjunction with the Research Project and Seminar (PHYS 6838) and the Modern Physics Research Seminar (PHYS 4732). To register, visit our online registration (under Professional Development, click the "Physics Seminar Series" link). For assistance, call the Center for Educational Programs at 281-283-3529.

University credit is available for the series in two ways. Non-physics majors can receive class credit by signing up for PHYS 4732. Students can earn continuing education certificates as well through this series. The cost is $15 per individual seminar, $40 for any three seminars, or $99 for the entire series. If you are not pursuing a credit, you are still welcome to attend at no charge.

Presenter

Greg Morrison, Assistant Professor of Physics, UH

7 pm

UHCL's distinguished Physics Lecture Series takes place every year during the spring semester and includes presentations by world-renowned scientists who speak on a variety of physics and space science topics. These talks are free and open to the public. They are are appropriate for anyone, from high school students to practicing scientists, as they expose a general audience to ongoing research in physics and space science. All talks take place Monday evenings at 7 p.m. in STEM 1203.

Each session takes place in conjunction with the Research Project and Seminar (PHYS 6838) and the Modern Physics Research Seminar (PHYS 4732). To register, visit our online registration (under Professional Development, click the "Physics Seminar Series" link). For assistance, call the Center for Educational Programs at 281-283-3529.

University credit is available for the series in two ways. Non-physics majors can receive class credit by signing up for PHYS 4732. Students can earn continuing education certificates as well through this series. The cost is $15 per individual seminar, $40 for any three seminars, or $99 for the entire series. If you are not pursuing a credit, you are still welcome to attend at no charge.

Presenter

Donna Stokes, Associate Professor and Undergraduate Academic Advisor, UH

Biography

Donna Stokes is an associate professor of physics at the University of Houston. Prior to joining the faculty at UH, she was a postdoctoral researcher at Naval Research Laboratory. She received her B.S. in physics from Southern University Baton Rouge and a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Houston. Her scientific research focuses on understanding the structural, optical and electrical properties of semiconductor materials for the development of novel detectors and lasers for infrared applications. She is also involved in physics education research. Stokes is currently serving as the undergraduate academic advisor for the Department of Physics, and as a faculty advisor.

Stokes is currently a fellow of the American Physical Society Physic Teacher Education Coalition (PhysTEC). She is also the recipient of the NSF Early Career Award (2002), the University of Houston Excellence in Group Teaching for Physics Award (2017), and the University of Houston Provost’s Faculty Advising Award (2011).

7 pm

UHCL's distinguished Physics Lecture Series takes place every year during the spring semester and includes presentations by world-renowned scientists who speak on a variety of physics and space science topics. These talks are free and open to the public. They are are appropriate for anyone, from high school students to practicing scientists, as they expose a general audience to ongoing research in physics and space science. All talks take place Monday evenings at 7 p.m. in STEM 1203.

Each session takes place in conjunction with the Research Project and Seminar (PHYS 6838) and the Modern Physics Research Seminar (PHYS 4732). To register, visit our online registration (under Professional Development, click the "Physics Seminar Series" link). For assistance, call the Center for Educational Programs at 281-283-3529.

University credit is available for the series in two ways. Non-physics majors can receive class credit by signing up for PHYS 4732. Students can earn continuing education certificates as well through this series. The cost is $15 per individual seminar, $40 for any three seminars, or $99 for the entire series. If you are not pursuing a credit, you are still welcome to attend at no charge.

Presenter

Oomman Varghese, Associate Professor of Physics, UH

Biography

Oomman K. Varghese received a Ph.D. in physics from Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IITD), India in 2001. He is currently an associate professor in the Physics Department at the University of Houston. His group’s research is primarily focused on developing nanoscale materials and heterostructures and investigating their unique properties useful for energy conversion and medical applications.

Varghese has published over 100 peer reviewed articles, one book, a book chapter and two patents. His publications have received over 31,000 citations (Google Scholar h-index - 67). In 2011, Thomson Reuters ranked him ninth among the "World's Top 100 Materials Scientists" in the past decade. In 2014, 2015 and 2016 he received the title "Highly Cited Researcher" and had his name listed in Thomson Reuters’ World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds.

7 pm

UHCL's distinguished Physics Lecture Series takes place every year during the spring semester and includes presentations by world-renowned scientists who speak on a variety of physics and space science topics. These talks are free and open to the public. They are are appropriate for anyone, from high school students to practicing scientists, as they expose a general audience to ongoing research in physics and space science. All talks take place Monday evenings at 7 p.m. in STEM 1203.

Each session takes place in conjunction with the Research Project and Seminar (PHYS 6838) and the Modern Physics Research Seminar (PHYS 4732). To register, visit our online registration (under Professional Development, click the "Physics Seminar Series" link). For assistance, call the Center for Educational Programs at 281-283-3529.

University credit is available for the series in two ways. Non-physics majors can receive class credit by signing up for PHYS 4732. Students can earn continuing education certificates as well through this series. The cost is $15 per individual seminar, $40 for any three seminars, or $99 for the entire series. If you are not pursuing a credit, you are still welcome to attend at no charge.

Presenter

Lisa Dyson, CEO, Kiverdi

Biography

Lisa Dyson serves as the founder and CEO of Kiverdi, a company aiming to develop innovations beyond traditional agriculture to help feed and power the world. She holds a Ph.D. in physics from MIT. Dyson was a Fulbright Scholar at the Imperial College London in the United Kingdom, where she received a Master of Science. She also has degrees in physics and mathematics from Brandeis University.

Dyson and her team created a bio-process that utilizes natural microbes to convert CO2 into proteins and oils. She also worked with executives of Fortune 100 companies at the Boston Consulting Group, where she helped them to develop high-impact strategies and execution plans, facilitate post-merger integrations, define international governance models, and identify operational cost inefficiencies. She also conducted technical research at MIT, Stanford, UC Berkeley, Princeton, Univ. of London, UCSF and the Lawrence Berkeley Labs.

7 pm

UHCL's distinguished Physics Lecture Series takes place every year during the spring semester and includes presentations by world-renowned scientists who speak on a variety of physics and space science topics. These talks are free and open to the public. They are are appropriate for anyone, from high school students to practicing scientists, as they expose a general audience to ongoing research in physics and space science. All talks take place Monday evenings at 7 p.m. in STEM 1203.

Each session takes place in conjunction with the Research Project and Seminar (PHYS 6838) and the Modern Physics Research Seminar (PHYS 4732). To register, visit our online registration (under Professional Development, click the "Physics Seminar Series" link). For assistance, call the Center for Educational Programs at 281-283-3529.

University credit is available for the series in two ways. Non-physics majors can receive class credit by signing up for PHYS 4732. Students can earn continuing education certificates as well through this series. The cost is $15 per individual seminar, $40 for any three seminars, or $99 for the entire series. If you are not pursuing a credit, you are still welcome to attend at no charge.

Presenters

Milijana Suskavcevic, AP Physics Instructor, and Steve Alexander, Physics Department Chair, Southwestern University

Biography

Steven Alexander got his Ph.D. in physics from UT Austin and has published more than 80 papers, most of them applying variational Monte Carlo techniques to atomic and molecular systems. He holds the Lazenby chair in physics at Southwestern University and is also Chair of the Physics Department. Since 2014, Alexander has been teaching first-year physics using a method that does not depend on homework or exams.

7 pm

STEM Conference

Greater Houston Area STEM Conference “New Horizons and Innovations in STEM”

Saturday, March 2, 2019

8 a.m – 4 p.m.

Bayou Building

The Greater Houston Area STEM Committee is now accepting proposals for their annual conference. This initiative will bring together leading experts and researchers from around the Greater Houston Area to focus on topics that impact K–12 STEM education. We invite you to share your insights and knowledge by submitting proposals for conference sessions on different STEM areas applicable to K through 12 educational settings.

Cost

The fee for a presenter is $35 which includes lunch. Please note if there are additional presenters, each presenter needs to register for the event.

Questions

Please contact the STEM committee at stemconference@uhcl.edu or review the following web page for further information: https://www.uhcl.edu/education/centers-initiatives/stem-conference.

8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Greater Houston Area STEM Conference “New Horizons and Innovations in STEM”

Saturday, March 2, 2019

8 a.m – 4 p.m.

Bayou Building

Exhibitors (Non-Profit Organizations)

The Greater Houston Area STEM Conference would like to invite you to join us at our STEM conference on Saturday, March 2, 2019, from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. This conference will focus on STEM and STEAM education with local educators (formal and non-formal) attending. The intent is to have educators present what they are doing including hands-on activities, research, and programs as each relates to STEM. Participants will be able to not only attend break-out sessions but also tour some of the research facilities located at the University of Houston-Clear Lake. Anticipated attendance is over 300 local educators.

The Exhibitor Application for the STEM Conference constitutes agreement on the part of the entrant to the terms and conditions set forth in this application.

Exhibitor Information

  • All exhibitors will be provided with one 6’x30” table and two chairs.
  • Shared exhibit space is available and must be coordinated by the exhibiting organizations/entities.
  • Electricity and water access are available upon request and first-come, first-serve basis.
  • Morning break for attendees to view exhibits.
  • Extended lunch for attendees to view exhibits.
  • All exhibitors can present one session but must submit a presentation proposal.

Cost

  • There is no fee for government and non-profit entities to exhibit.
  • The commercial fee is $75 for an exhibit. Please make checks payable to the UHCL/STEM Conference. The fee must be sent with application form. Each exhibitor that pays will receive two lunches.
  • Non-profit exhibitors will need to provide their own lunch or pay $10.00 for a lunch and must be included with the exhibit registration form.

Calendar

Deadline for Applications: Friday, February 22, 2019

STEM Conference: Saturday, March 2, 2019, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

  • Participant Registration/Coffee/Exhibitors: 7:45 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.

  • Exhibit Set-up: 7:00 a.m. - 7:45 a.m.

  • Exhibit Take-Down: 1:45 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Exhibitor Rules

  • Once the application is approved by the STEM Conference Exhibit Committee, the applicant is committed to attend.
  • Space is limited. If space is unavailable, the application fee will be returned.
  • Shared spaces are available: each entrant must apply and be willing to take the space singly if only one is accepted to exhibit.
  • The STEM Conference Exhibit Committee assume no liability for damage, loss or theft of displays.
  • The STEM Conference Exhibit Committee must pre-approve give-away items.
  • Exhibitors may sell items consistent with the STEM/STEAM theme; the STEM Conference Exhibit Committee must approve all sale items.
  • Entrant transacts all sales. There are no commissions.
  • Live animals may be exhibited.
  • Exhibitors MUST remain open until 1:45 p.m.
  • Additional exhibitor requirements and instructions will be emailed before the event date.
  • No refunds are made for entrant withdrawal.

Questions: Dr. Brenda Weiser, UHCL College of Education, 281-283-3522 or Weiser@uhcl.edu

8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Greater Houston Area STEM Conference “New Horizons and Innovations in STEM”

Saturday, March 2, 2019

8 a.m – 4 p.m.

Bayou Building

Exhibitors (For Profit Organizations / Commercial)

The Greater Houston Area STEM Conference would like to invite you to join us at our STEM conference on Saturday, March 2, 2019, from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. This conference will focus on STEM and STEAM education with local educators (formal and non-formal) attending. The intent is to have educators present what they are doing including hands-on activities, research, and programs as each relates to STEM. Participants will be able to not only attend break-out sessions but also tour some of the research facilities located at the University of Houston-Clear Lake. Anticipated attendance is over 300 local educators.

The Exhibitor Application for the STEM Conference constitutes agreement on the part of the entrant to the terms and conditions set forth in this application.

Exhibitor Information

  • All exhibitors will be provided with one 6’x30” table and two chairs.
  • Shared exhibit space is available and must be coordinated by the exhibiting organizations/entities.
  • Electricity and water access are available upon request and first-come, first-serve basis.
  • Morning break for attendees to view exhibits.
  • Extended lunch for attendees to view exhibits.
  • All exhibitors can present one session but must submit a presentation proposal.

Cost

  • There is no fee for government and non-profit entities to exhibit.
  • The commercial fee is $75 for an exhibit. Please make checks payable to the UHCL/STEM Conference. The fee must be sent with application form. Each exhibitor that pays will receive two lunches.
  • Non-profit exhibitors will need to provide their own lunch or pay $10.00 for a lunch and must be included with the exhibit registration form.

Calendar

Deadline for Applications: Friday, February 22, 2019

STEM Conference: Saturday, March 2, 2019, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

  • Participant Registration/Coffee/Exhibitors: 7:45 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.

  • Exhibit Set-up: 7:00 a.m. - 7:45 a.m.

  • Exhibit Take-Down: 1:45 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Exhibitor Rules

  • Once the application is approved by the STEM Conference Exhibit Committee, the applicant is committed to attend.
  • Space is limited. If space is unavailable, the application fee will be returned.
  • Shared spaces are available: each entrant must apply and be willing to take the space singly if only one is accepted to exhibit.
  • The STEM Conference Exhibit Committee assume no liability for damage, loss or theft of displays.
  • The STEM Conference Exhibit Committee must pre-approve give-away items.
  • Exhibitors may sell items consistent with the STEM/STEAM theme; the STEM Conference Exhibit Committee must approve all sale items.
  • Entrant transacts all sales. There are no commissions.
  • Live animals may be exhibited.
  • Exhibitors MUST remain open until 1:45 p.m.
  • Additional exhibitor requirements and instructions will be emailed before the event date.
  • No refunds are made for entrant withdrawal.

Questions: Dr. Brenda Weiser, UHCL College of Education, 281-283-3522 or Weiser@uhcl.edu

8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Greater Houston Area STEM Conference “New Horizons and Innovations in STEM”

Saturday, March 2, 2019

8 a.m – 4 p.m.

Bayou Building

UHCL’s College of Education would like to invite you to join us at our STEM conference, “New Horizons and Innovations in STEM” on Saturday, March 2, 2019. This conference will bring together leading experts and researchers from around the Greater Houston Area to focus on topics that impact K–12 STEM education. Educators will present what they are doing including hands-on activities, research, and programs as each relates to STEM. Participants will attend break-out sessions and tour some of the research facilities located at University of Houston-Clear Lake, along with earning 7 hours of CPE for attendance.

Cost

The fee for an attendee is $40 which includes lunch. *Register before January 31st for our early bird rate of $35.

*Please note the discount is applied during the checkout process.

Questions:

Please contact the Center for Educational Programs (CEP) office at 281-283-3529 or via email at CEP@uhcl.edu.

8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Greater Houston Area STEM Conference “New Horizons and Innovations in STEM”

Saturday, March 2, 2019

8 a.m – 4 p.m.

Bayou Building

UHCL’s College of Education would like to invite you to join us at our STEM conference, “New Horizons and Innovations in STEM” on Saturday, March 2, 2019. This conference will bring together leading experts and researchers from around the Greater Houston Area to focus on topics that impact K–12 STEM education. Educators will present what they are doing including hands-on activities, research, and programs as each relates to STEM. Participants will attend break-out sessions and tour some of the research facilities located at University of Houston-Clear Lake, along with earning 7 hours of CEP for attendance.

Cost

The fee for students is $30 which includes lunch. *Register before January 31st for our early bird rate of $25.

Note

  • Please register using your university email address.
  • *Discount is applied during the checkout process.

Questions: Please contact the Center for Educational Programs (CEP) office at 281-283-3529 or via email at CEP@uhcl.edu.

8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Doctoral Writing Assessment - Spring 2019

Procedures and Regulations

  • Each applicant should plan to stay for 2 ½ hours, 2 hours for the exam plus two 15 minute breaks (if needed).
  • Applicants should be prepared to show a copy of their registration form (if applicable) and a valid I.D. (government-issued, passport, etc.) when checking in for the assessment.
  • A secure location will be provided for applicants to lock up their personal items, such as bags, purses, and cell phones.
  • Applicants will be given two writing prompts. The applicant will select one and respond by writing a 5-7 page paper.
  • At the end of the assessment session, the applicant will deliver their saved work on a USB flash drive (provided).
  • Each applicants' essay will be scored by two (2) College of Education faculty members.
  • Applicants will be notified of score within one week.

Parking

The Center for Educational Programs on the University of Houston - Clear Lake Campus. We are located in the Arbor building suite A1300.01. The campus address is 2700 Bay Area Blvd, Houston, TX 77058.

The appointment is on the campus of the University of Houston Clear Lake in the Arbor Central building. From Bay Area Blvd, you will turn right onto University Drive, take first street to your right then make an immediate left into parking lot G. Drive to the far-right hand corner of the parking lot, there you will find visitor parking places. Once parked, take the sidewalk between Arbor Central and Arbor South. You will enter in the larger building on the left via the sliding glass doors. Once inside the building, the CEP office (1300.01) is the second door on the left, directly across from the bathroom. You will be issues a parking pass (if needed) at the front desk. Please place the pass on your car's dash.

Fees

  • Writing Assessment (includes scoring): In-State $150.00

  • Reschedule Fee: In-State $25.00

9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Procedures and Regulations

  • Each applicant should plan to stay for 2 ½ hours, 2 hours for the exam plus two 15 minute breaks (if needed).
  • Applicants should be prepared to show a copy of their registration form (if applicable) and a valid I.D. (government-issued, passport, etc.) when checking in for the assessment.
  • A secure location will be provided for applicants to lock up their personal items, such as bags, purses, and cell phones.
  • Applicants will be given two writing prompts. The applicant will select one and respond by writing a 5-7 page paper.
  • At the end of the assessment session, the applicant will deliver their saved work on a USB flash drive (provided).
  • Each applicants' essay will be scored by two (2) College of Education faculty members.
  • Applicants will be notified of score within one week.

Parking

The Center for Educational Programs on the University of Houston - Clear Lake Campus. We are located in the Arbor building suite A1300.01. The campus address is 2700 Bay Area Blvd, Houston, TX 77058.

The appointment is on the campus of the University of Houston Clear Lake in the Arbor Central building. From Bay Area Blvd, you will turn right onto University Drive, take first street to your right then make an immediate left into parking lot G. Drive to the far-right hand corner of the parking lot, there you will find visitor parking places. Once parked, take the sidewalk between Arbor Central and Arbor South. You will enter in the larger building on the left via the sliding glass doors. Once inside the building, the CEP office (1300.01) is the second door on the left, directly across from the bathroom. You will be issues a parking pass (if needed) at the front desk. Please place the pass on your car's dash.

Fees

  • Writing Assessment (includes scoring): In-State $150.00

  • Reschedule Fee: In-State $25.00

1 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Procedures and Regulations

  • Each applicant should plan to stay for 2 ½ hours, 2 hours for the exam plus two 15 minute breaks (if needed).
  • Applicants should be prepared to show a copy of their registration form (if applicable) and a valid I.D. (government-issued, passport, etc.) when checking in for the assessment.
  • A secure location will be provided for applicants to lock up their personal items, such as bags, purses, and cell phones.
  • Applicants will be given two writing prompts. The applicant will select one and respond by writing a 5-7 page paper.
  • At the end of the assessment session, the applicant will deliver their saved work on a USB flash drive (provided).
  • Each applicants' essay will be scored by two (2) College of Education faculty members.
  • Applicants will be notified of score within one week.

Parking

The Center for Educational Programs on the University of Houston - Clear Lake Campus. We are located in the Arbor building suite A1300.01. The campus address is 2700 Bay Area Blvd, Houston, TX 77058.

The appointment is on the campus of the University of Houston Clear Lake in the Arbor Central building. From Bay Area Blvd, you will turn right onto University Drive, take first street to your right then make an immediate left into parking lot G. Drive to the far-right hand corner of the parking lot, there you will find visitor parking places. Once parked, take the sidewalk between Arbor Central and Arbor South. You will enter in the larger building on the left via the sliding glass doors. Once inside the building, the CEP office (1300.01) is the second door on the left, directly across from the bathroom. You will be issues a parking pass (if needed) at the front desk. Please place the pass on your car's dash.

Fees

  • Writing Assessment (includes scoring): In-State $150.00

  • Reschedule Fee: In-State $25.00

9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Procedures and Regulations

  • Each applicant should plan to stay for 2 ½ hours, 2 hours for the exam plus two 15 minute breaks (if needed).
  • Applicants should be prepared to show a copy of their registration form (if applicable) and a valid I.D. (government-issued, passport, etc.) when checking in for the assessment.
  • A secure location will be provided for applicants to lock up their personal items, such as bags, purses, and cell phones.
  • Applicants will be given two writing prompts. The applicant will select one and respond by writing a 5-7 page paper.
  • At the end of the assessment session, the applicant will deliver their saved work on a USB flash drive (provided).
  • Each applicants' essay will be scored by two (2) College of Education faculty members.
  • Applicants will be notified of score within one week.

Parking

The Center for Educational Programs on the University of Houston - Clear Lake Campus. We are located in the Arbor building suite A1300.01. The campus address is 2700 Bay Area Blvd, Houston, TX 77058.

The appointment is on the campus of the University of Houston Clear Lake in the Arbor Central building. From Bay Area Blvd, you will turn right onto University Drive, take first street to your right then make an immediate left into parking lot G. Drive to the far-right hand corner of the parking lot, there you will find visitor parking places. Once parked, take the sidewalk between Arbor Central and Arbor South. You will enter in the larger building on the left via the sliding glass doors. Once inside the building, the CEP office (1300.01) is the second door on the left, directly across from the bathroom. You will be issues a parking pass (if needed) at the front desk. Please place the pass on your car's dash.

Fees

  • Writing Assessment (includes scoring): In-State $150.00

  • Reschedule Fee: In-State $25.00

1 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Procedures and Regulations

  • Each applicant should plan to stay for 2 ½ hours, 2 hours for the exam plus two 15 minute breaks (if needed).
  • Applicants should be prepared to show a copy of their registration form (if applicable) and a valid I.D. (government-issued, passport, etc.) when checking in for the assessment.
  • A secure location will be provided for applicants to lock up their personal items, such as bags, purses, and cell phones.
  • Applicants will be given two writing prompts. The applicant will select one and respond by writing a 5-7 page paper.
  • At the end of the assessment session, the applicant will deliver their saved work on a USB flash drive (provided).
  • Each applicants' essay will be scored by two (2) College of Education faculty members.
  • Applicants will be notified of score within one week.

Parking

The Center for Educational Programs on the University of Houston - Clear Lake Campus. We are located in the Arbor building suite A1300.01. The campus address is 2700 Bay Area Blvd, Houston, TX 77058.

The appointment is on the campus of the University of Houston Clear Lake in the Arbor Central building. From Bay Area Blvd, you will turn right onto University Drive, take first street to your right then make an immediate left into parking lot G. Drive to the far-right hand corner of the parking lot, there you will find visitor parking places. Once parked, take the sidewalk between Arbor Central and Arbor South. You will enter in the larger building on the left via the sliding glass doors. Once inside the building, the CEP office (1300.01) is the second door on the left, directly across from the bathroom. You will be issues a parking pass (if needed) at the front desk. Please place the pass on your car's dash.

Fees

  • Writing Assessment (includes scoring): In-State $150.00

  • Reschedule Fee: In-State $25.00

9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Procedures and Regulations

  • Each applicant should plan to stay for 2 ½ hours, 2 hours for the exam plus two 15 minute breaks (if needed).
  • Applicants should be prepared to show a copy of their registration form (if applicable) and a valid I.D. (government-issued, passport, etc.) when checking in for the assessment.
  • A secure location will be provided for applicants to lock up their personal items, such as bags, purses, and cell phones.
  • Applicants will be given two writing prompts. The applicant will select one and respond by writing a 5-7 page paper.
  • At the end of the assessment session, the applicant will deliver their saved work on a USB flash drive (provided).
  • Each applicants' essay will be scored by two (2) College of Education faculty members.
  • Applicants will be notified of score within one week.

Parking

The Center for Educational Programs on the University of Houston - Clear Lake Campus. We are located in the Arbor building suite A1300.01. The campus address is 2700 Bay Area Blvd, Houston, TX 77058.

The appointment is on the campus of the University of Houston Clear Lake in the Arbor Central building. From Bay Area Blvd, you will turn right onto University Drive, take first street to your right then make an immediate left into parking lot G. Drive to the far-right hand corner of the parking lot, there you will find visitor parking places. Once parked, take the sidewalk between Arbor Central and Arbor South. You will enter in the larger building on the left via the sliding glass doors. Once inside the building, the CEP office (1300.01) is the second door on the left, directly across from the bathroom. You will be issues a parking pass (if needed) at the front desk. Please place the pass on your car's dash.

Fees

  • Writing Assessment (includes scoring): In-State $150.00

  • Reschedule Fee: In-State $25.00

1 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Procedures and Regulations

  • Each applicant should plan to stay for 2 ½ hours, 2 hours for the exam plus two 15 minute breaks (if needed).
  • Applicants should be prepared to show a copy of their registration form (if applicable) and a valid I.D. (government-issued, passport, etc.) when checking in for the assessment.
  • A secure location will be provided for applicants to lock up their personal items, such as bags, purses, and cell phones.
  • Applicants will be given two writing prompts. The applicant will select one and respond by writing a 5-7 page paper.
  • At the end of the assessment session, the applicant will deliver their saved work on a USB flash drive (provided).
  • Each applicants' essay will be scored by two (2) College of Education faculty members.
  • Applicants will be notified of score within one week.

Parking

The Center for Educational Programs on the University of Houston - Clear Lake Campus. We are located in the Arbor building suite A1300.01. The campus address is 2700 Bay Area Blvd, Houston, TX 77058.

The appointment is on the campus of the University of Houston Clear Lake in the Arbor Central building. From Bay Area Blvd, you will turn right onto University Drive, take first street to your right then make an immediate left into parking lot G. Drive to the far-right hand corner of the parking lot, there you will find visitor parking places. Once parked, take the sidewalk between Arbor Central and Arbor South. You will enter in the larger building on the left via the sliding glass doors. Once inside the building, the CEP office (1300.01) is the second door on the left, directly across from the bathroom. You will be issues a parking pass (if needed) at the front desk. Please place the pass on your car's dash.

Fees

  • Writing Assessment (includes scoring): In-State $150.00

  • Reschedule Fee: In-State $25.00

9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Procedures and Regulations

  • Each applicant should plan to stay for 2 ½ hours, 2 hours for the exam plus two 15 minute breaks (if needed).
  • Applicants should be prepared to show a copy of their registration form (if applicable) and a valid I.D. (government-issued, passport, etc.) when checking in for the assessment.
  • A secure location will be provided for applicants to lock up their personal items, such as bags, purses, and cell phones.
  • Applicants will be given two writing prompts. The applicant will select one and respond by writing a 5-7 page paper.
  • At the end of the assessment session, the applicant will deliver their saved work on a USB flash drive (provided).
  • Each applicants' essay will be scored by two (2) College of Education faculty members.
  • Applicants will be notified of score within one week.

Parking

The Center for Educational Programs on the University of Houston - Clear Lake Campus. We are located in the Arbor building suite A1300.01. The campus address is 2700 Bay Area Blvd, Houston, TX 77058.

The appointment is on the campus of the University of Houston Clear Lake in the Arbor Central building. From Bay Area Blvd, you will turn right onto University Drive, take first street to your right then make an immediate left into parking lot G. Drive to the far-right hand corner of the parking lot, there you will find visitor parking places. Once parked, take the sidewalk between Arbor Central and Arbor South. You will enter in the larger building on the left via the sliding glass doors. Once inside the building, the CEP office (1300.01) is the second door on the left, directly across from the bathroom. You will be issues a parking pass (if needed) at the front desk. Please place the pass on your car's dash.

Fees

  • Writing Assessment (includes scoring): In-State $150.00

  • Reschedule Fee: In-State $25.00

9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Procedures and Regulations

  • Each applicant should plan to stay for 2 ½ hours, 2 hours for the exam plus two 15 minute breaks (if needed).
  • Applicants should be prepared to show a copy of their registration form (if applicable) and a valid I.D. (government-issued, passport, etc.) when checking in for the assessment.
  • A secure location will be provided for applicants to lock up their personal items, such as bags, purses, and cell phones.
  • Applicants will be given two writing prompts. The applicant will select one and respond by writing a 5-7 page paper.
  • At the end of the assessment session, the applicant will deliver their saved work on a USB flash drive (provided).
  • Each applicants' essay will be scored by two (2) College of Education faculty members.
  • Applicants will be notified of score within one week.

Parking

The Center for Educational Programs on the University of Houston - Clear Lake Campus. We are located in the Arbor building suite A1300.01. The campus address is 2700 Bay Area Blvd, Houston, TX 77058.

The appointment is on the campus of the University of Houston Clear Lake in the Arbor Central building. From Bay Area Blvd, you will turn right onto University Drive, take first street to your right then make an immediate left into parking lot G. Drive to the far-right hand corner of the parking lot, there you will find visitor parking places. Once parked, take the sidewalk between Arbor Central and Arbor South. You will enter in the larger building on the left via the sliding glass doors. Once inside the building, the CEP office (1300.01) is the second door on the left, directly across from the bathroom. You will be issues a parking pass (if needed) at the front desk. Please place the pass on your car's dash.

Fees

  • Writing Assessment (includes scoring): In-State $150.00

  • Reschedule Fee: In-State $25.00

1 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

SAMHSA Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an 8-hour training to teach participants how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The evidence behind the program demonstrates that it helps faculty and staff identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders.

This MHFA training will help faculty and staff learn :

  • 5 risk factors and warning signs of mental health and substance use problems
  • Information on depression, anxiety, trauma, psychosis and substance use
  • A 5-step action plan to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or in crisis
  • Available evidence-based professional, peer and self-help resources

Mental Health First Aid is included on the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP). UHCL recently received a grant from SAMHSA to pay for this training, so there is no cost to receive this training.

Session Times

  • 8am-Noon (Part I)
  • Noon-1pm (Lunch on your own)
  • 1pm-5pm (Part II)

Presenters

Dr. Jason Boothe & Amber Tempel, MSW

Questions:

Regarding registration: Brianna Caldwell, Graduate Research Assistant, 281-283-3529 or caldwellb@uhcl.edu

Regarding the SAMHSA Grant: Dr. Cindy Cook, UHCL Counseling Services, 281-283-2595 or cookc@uhcl.edu

8 AM - 5 PM

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an 8-hour training to teach participants how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The evidence behind the program demonstrates that it helps faculty and staff identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders.

This MHFA training will help faculty and staff learn :

  • 5 risk factors and warning signs of mental health and substance use problems
  • Information on depression, anxiety, trauma, psychosis and substance use
  • A 5-step action plan to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or in crisis
  • Available evidence-based professional, peer and self-help resources

Mental Health First Aid is included on the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP). UHCL recently received a grant from SAMHSA to pay for this training, so there is no cost to receive this training.

Session Times

  • 8am-Noon (Part I)
  • Noon-1pm (Lunch on your own)
  • 1pm-5pm (Part II)

Presenters

Dr. Jason Boothe & Amber Tempel, MSW

Questions:

Regarding registration: Brianna Caldwell, Graduate Research Assistant, 281-283-3529 or caldwellb@uhcl.edu

Regarding the SAMHSA Grant: Dr. Cindy Cook, UHCL Counseling Services, 281-283-2595 or cookc@uhcl.edu

8 AM - 5 PM

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an 8-hour training to teach participants how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The evidence behind the program demonstrates that it helps faculty and staff identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders.

This MHFA training will help faculty and staff learn :

  • 5 risk factors and warning signs of mental health and substance use problems
  • Information on depression, anxiety, trauma, psychosis and substance use
  • A 5-step action plan to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or in crisis
  • Available evidence-based professional, peer and self-help resources

Mental Health First Aid is included on the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP). UHCL recently received a grant from SAMHSA to pay for this training, so there is no cost to receive this training.

Session Times

Please note there are two-parts for this training session:

Fridays: May 10 (Part 1) and May 17 (Part 2) - 8 AM to Noon [Must attend both]

Presenters

Dr. Cindy Cook and Dr. Jason Boothe

Note

If you have a group that would like to be trained together, we can also offer special classes.

Questions:

Regarding registration: Brianna Caldwell, Graduate Research Assistant, 281-283-3529 or caldwellb@uhcl.edu

Regarding the SAMHSA Grant: Dr. Cindy Cook, UHCL Counseling Services, 281-283-2595 or cookc@uhcl.edu

8 AM - Noon