Working from home is the dream, lounging in your pajamas and noshing from your fridge. But while working from home has its advantages, Jamie Belinne, assistant dean for career services at the C.T. Bauer College of Business, says it takes effort to keep your team focused and productive.
In the midst of the rapidly evolving COVID-19 public health crisis, we might be seeing the future of health care delivery in action with the expansion of telehealth, or virtual doctor visits. Dr. Winston Liaw from the College of Medicine discusses the basics, benefits and challenges ahead.
University of Houston students and alumni who are looking for jobs and internships can turn to University Career Services for a wealth of virtual resources, including career counseling appointments, virtual chats and workshops.
During these unprecedented times, everyone is facing the challenge of managing the emotional and social fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. UH psychologist John P. Vincent has tips to reduce negative impact of this crisis.
University of Houston researchers are encouraging family medicine physicians to actively engage in the development and evolution of artificial intelligence to open new horizons that make AI more effective, equitable and pervasive.
Interested in earning a Ph.D. in school or counseling psychology? Register now for the Psychology Grad School Virtual Fair on April 7, 2020. This virtual event is free for all prospective students to attend. Our recruiter will be ready to answer all your questions online.
Do you want to become a certified teacher in Texas? If you already have a bachelor’s degree and are looking to teach, learn about our certification-only program. Join us for a required informational meeting to start the application process for fall 2020. RSVP here for April 9 or April 23 at noon.
FEATURED EVENTS: Events are canceled through the end of April.