Graduate Seminar 5:45-7:30 p.m. Bayou Building, Forest Room. Learn about
UHCL’s graduate admissions requirements and application process.
Seminar will be repeated at a different time on Sept. 7. Enrollment Services,
UHCL Alumni Association Board of Directors Elections Bayou Building, Forest
Room. Open to alumni and community friends. Only members of the alumni
association may vote. Alumni and Community Relations, 281-283-2021.
August 23 – October
Foreign Language Programs Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese,
Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Vietnamese classes are offered
at all proficiency levels with emphasis on building conversational skills.
Sessions will be repeated Oct.18 – Dec. 3. Foreign Languages, 281-283-3033.
UHCL Community Outreach Day Join the UHCL family and community members
as they work side by side in the spirit of bringing service to the community.
Student Life, 281-283-2560.
Undergraduate Transfer Seminar Bayou Building. Learn about UHCL’s
undergraduate admissions requirements and application process as well
as the array of undergraduate degree programs at offered. Enrollment Services,
September 13 – November
Lunch ’n Learn Classes in American Sign Language, Mandarin Chinese
and Spanish are offered during lunchtime. Sessions will be repeated Nov.
8 – Dec. 13. Foreign Languages, 281-283-3033.
Bayousphere The university’s literary arts magazine is accepting
submissions for Bayousphere 2005 in the areas of fiction, nonfiction,
art, photography and poetry. Student Publications, 281-283-2570.
Basics of Running a Small Business 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., Bayou Building.
This workshop is loaded with fresh insights for starting, building and
running a small business. CAMP, 281-283-3121.
September 20 – November
English Enhancement for Foreign Professionals Seven-week course designed
for those who have studied English previously but are having difficulties
with the language. The course helps participants strengthen communication
skills, pronunciation and vocabulary. Foreign Languages, 281-283-3033.
Contract Writing: How to Lay the Foundation for Agreements that Work 8
a.m. – 4 p.m., Bayou Building. This introductory course helps those
responsible for negotiating, developing, writing or managing contractual
relationships understand the contracting process. CAMP, 281-283-3121.
October 2, 9 and 16
GRE Review 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Bayou Building. A three-session prep
course for GRE improves test scores and offers a greater chance for selection
by the graduate school of choice. CAMP, 281-283-3121.
Mercury Baroque Ensemble: A Day in Venice, 1725 2 p.m., Bayou Theater.
The Mercury Baroque Ensemble will take the audience on an aural tour of
Venice in 1725 using period instruments and historically accurate performance
methods. The concert will feature the music of Vivaldi, Albinoni and Caldara.
The ensemble will be conducted by Antoine Plante and will feature soprano
Ana Trevino-Godfrey. Student Life, 281-283-2560.
Garcia y Reyna 8 p.m., Bayou Theater. Classical guitarists Jeremy S. Garcia
and Rosendo Reyna join forces to create their own style of “neuvo
flamenco.” Together with percussionist Jim Bedinghaus and bassist
Richard Saldivar, the group performs original compositions in a lively
performance. Student Life, 281-283-2560.
UHCL Undergraduate and Graduate Open House 11:30 a.m. Bayou Building.
Enrollment Services, 281-218-UHCL (8425).
Eighth Annual Student Leadership Conference Bayou Building. Established
for community college and university students who want to develop and
expand their leadership skills, the conference features a nationally renowned
keynote speaker and more than 20 different workshops. Student Life, 281-283-2560.
Ventriloquist Lynn Trefzger 7:30 p.m., Bayou Theater. Ventriloquist and
comedian Lynn Trefzger will perform a show that’s fun for all ages
using dummies, puppets, inanimate objects and unsuspecting bystanders
to create an evening full of laughs. Student Life, 281-283-2560.
Classical Guitarist Philip Hii 8 p.m., Bayou Theater. Philip Hii returns
to UHCL with his new Chopin transcriptions for guitar. Student Life, 281-283-2560.
highlights upcoming events at University of Houston-Clear
Lake. Please verify dates, times and locations with
sponsoring organizations. For information on other university
events, call the following:
Advanced Management Programs (CAMP)
Individuals who wish to participate
in any of the events listed in “Sundial”
and who need special accommodations to do so, should
contact the university’s American Disabilities
Act coordinator at 281-283-2626 at least two weeks before
the date of the event.