Posts Tagged ‘Accomplishment’

Uzma Quraishi (’93, M.A. ’08)

Uzma Quaraishi’s book Redefining the Immigrant South will be published in the Spring. More…

Tim Murray (’91)

Tim Murray, AIA, has been recognized as a LEED Fellow, the most prestigious credential awarded by the Green Business Certification (GBCI). LEED Fellows are exceptional practitioners and leaders within the green building community and have demonstrated mastery of the technical application of LEED, the world’s most widely used green building rating system. Tim serves as the Sustainable Design Leader for EYP Architecture & Engineering.

Ronald Gural (’61)

UH alumnus, Ron Gural is the co-founder of the New Orleans Shakespeare Festival at Tulane. He wrote the script for HIGGINS:THE MAN, THE BOAT, THE WAR about Andrew Jackson Higgins, inventor and builder of the famed World War 2 landing craft, the “Higgins boat”. The play premiered at the Stage Door Canteen at the National World War II Museum in October and will be remounted for performance at the museum during the anniversary of D-Day in 2021. More… 

Carrie Cutler (Ed. D. ’06)

Dr. Carrie S. Cutler authored “Math-Positive Mindsets: Growing a Child’s Mind without Losing Yours” (Math Solutions, 2020) for parents and teachers of children grades PreK through 5.

Juanita Hall (’12)

UH alumna, Juanita Hall presented as a Keynote Speaker at Louisiana State University on Student Success Strategies: Evoking Powerful Interdependence in February 2020. Juanita will release her student success strategies go-to book and academic line of planners with a strategy twist coming soon!

Shawn Bird (’98, M. Ed. ’00)

Shawn Bird was recently named Chief of Schools for Portland Public Schools in Portland, Oregon.

Michael Evangelopoulos (’13)

Michael Evangelopoulos’s article “Biomimetic cellular vectors for enhancing drug delivery to the lungs” has been published in the online journal of Nature Scientific Reports. More…

Cynthia Marshall Devlin (’91)

Cynthia Marshall Devlin’s article “Bypass the Glass Ceiling: Texas Women Disrupt Traditional Male-Dominated Business Models,” has been published in the online journnal of Academic Perspectives, late December 2019 issue.

Douglas Shields (’00)

Doug, former Slam Master of the Ozarks was the feature poet for Wednesday Night Poetry at Kollective Coffee+Tea. More…

Conor Bracken (M.F.A. ’15)

Conor Bracken’s “Say Forgiveness” will be published in Ploughshares’s Winter 2019-20 issue. More…