UHCL Day at the Captiol
Alumni, students, advocate for UHCL with state lawmakers
Approximately 20 University of Houston-Clear Lake administrators, professors, alumni, students and staff traveled to Austin to attend UH-Clear Lake Day at the Texas Capitol on Feb. 19. Beginning with a meeting with District 129 Rep. Dennis Paul, the group walked through the Capitol and watched the Texas House of Representatives from the House gallery, where Feb. 19, 2019 was declared UHCL Day!

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Gunnar Tietge
Santa Fe choir teacher to star as Willy Wonka in UHCL production
Gunnar Tietge, a choir teacher at Santa Fe High School, thought portraying Willy Wonka sounded like fun and on a whim, decided to audition. It worked out well, because Tietge won the role of Willy Wonka himself in the UHCL's production of "Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka" directed in-house by University of Houston-Clear Lake’s Director of Theater and Cultural Arts Alex Malone.

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Emily G. Sutter Symposium
Mental health symposium to focus on effectiveness, access to care
Peace of Mind Foundation Executive Director Elizabeth McIngvale will speak about the importance of mental health programs for marginalized communities and her own struggle as a teen diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder during the 29th Annual Emily G. Sutter Symposium for Mental and Behavioral Health on Friday, April 12, at UHCL.

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