Clear Lake Association of Senior Programs

2017-18 CLASP Speaker Series

CLASP is an outreach initiative of University of Houston-Clear Lake created to encourage life-long learning through monthly presentations that involve and engage community members of all ages in a wide variety of topics.
 
All presentations are Thursdays, from 5:30 - 7 p.m. in the Garden Room, Bayou Building at UHCL. View map and directions.
 
Presentations are open to all ages and are free to the public. Free parking is available in the Visitors Lot. 
 
Speakers and presentations subject to change. Special thanks to Volunteer Chair Marilyn Lunney, '93, 2007 UHCL Distinguished Alumna.

Fall 2017

Date
Presentation
Speaker
Oct. 5 The Development of Ellington Airport as a Future Spaceport Arturo Machuca, general manager, Ellington Airport and Houston Spaceport
Nov. 2 Economic Development Trends in the Region Dan Seal, executive director - special initiatives, Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership
Dec. 7 Remembrances of WWII and Beyond: Honoring Those Who Served WWII veterans Maj. Webb Carnes, USMC and CPO Jim Moore, US Navy. Moderated by Capt. Wendall Wilson

Spring 2018

Date Presentation Speaker
Jan. 4 The Future Role of NASA Mark Geyer, deputy director, NASA Johnson Space Center
Feb. 1 Why Is There So Much Conflict in the Middle East Dr. Cengiz Sisman, assistant professor of history, UHCL
Mar. 1 The Impact of Immigration on Houston and the Texas Medical Center Dr. Stephen Cherry, associate professor of sociology, UHCL
April 5 Using Mix Realities to Prepare for Life in Outer Space Evelyn Miralles, Business Technology Strategist/Principal Engineer, NASA/Johnson Space Center, CACI International
May 3 Exercise is Good Medicine Dr. William Amonette, assistant professor of fitness and human performance, UHCL


Contact
  • Office of the President

    Phone: 281-283-2004
    Fax: 281-283-2010
    Email: president@uhcl.edu

    Bayou Building 2521
    2700 Bay Area Blvd, Box 43
    Houston, TX 77058-1002

    Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.