Shreerekha Subramanian
Teaching in prison is a transformative experience
Associate Professor of Shreerekha Subramanian seeks to teach diverse populations, and to work with students from all walks of life, which is one of the reasons she is dedicated to being a part of UHCL’s Academics for Offenders program at the Texas Department of Criminal Justice’s W.F. Ramsey Unit in Rosharon, Texas. She believes there is something magical about teaching.

Jessica Padilla
First-time muralist leaves permanent mark
A field trip to the Houston Maritime Museum during a museum studies class last summer led to an opportunity for art education student Jessica Padilla to create a mural for the museum’s wall. Houston Maritime Museum’s Education and Outreach Coordinator Matt Doyen said they were “blown away” by the designs she submitted and hired her.
Physics students create supercomputer
UHCL students simulate Big Bang Dynamics
Computational physics students created a supercomputer called Singularity to assist them in writing their own programs to run complex calculations. Under the guidance of Professor of Physics David Garrison, graduate student Christopher Ramirez manages Singularity. A total investment of just under $7,000, the high-performance computer allows computational physics students to write their own programs to run complex calculations.

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