Archive for October, 2009

13th October
2009
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Please join the Natural Science and Mathematics Alumni Association as we tailgate for Homecoming prior to cheering on our Coogs against SMU on Saturday October 24. This year’s theme is “Eyes on the Pride” so come show your Cougar pride with us! The tailgating starts at 3:30pm, followed by 6:30pm game time. It is open to all NSM alumni and faculty, including their family and guests.

Click here to RSVP

Day: Saturday
Date: October 24, 2009
Location: Robertson Stadium
Tailgate Start Time: 3:30 P.M. CT
Game Start Time: 6:30 P.M. CT

Tailgate Map – TBD

Tailgate admission is only $5 if you register by Wednesday October 21. Day of event admission will be $10, payable by cash or check only. Admission includes food and drinks, but not your game ticket (game ticket is not required to attend the tailgate). Game tickets can be purchased at http://www.uhcougars.com or by calling 713-GO-COOGS (713-462-6647).

Tailgate Special for NSM alumni who tailgated with us prior to UH winning against Texs Tech: As a big “thank you” for joining us on September 26, we would like to extend an offer of free NSMAA Homecoming Tailgate admission for you plus one guest. Additional guest admissions may be purchased at the regular price. All NSM alumni who signed in at this event should receive a separate email with a link to RSVP by October 21 for your free admission. If you do not receive this email, please contact Danny Nguyen at president@nsmaa.org.

13th October
2009
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There is an event this Wednesday that is sponsored partially by the Bauer Business School, but is open to all UH Alumni. It’s a great networking opportunity for all and a good place to promote Cougar Pride with our peers. We hope you can make it out.

Cougar Power Hour

1st October
2009
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This was pulled directly from the University of Houston Alumni Association. Help UH get up to Tier One!

Sure, there’s no mud-slinging presidential election this year, and hopefully no hanging chads either — but this fall’s election does include something that would directly impact the University of Houston: a constitutional amendment that provides a pathway for more Tier One universities in the State of Texas.

It’s called Proposition 4, and it will be on the ballot on November 3rd. The UH Alumni Association is asking the entire UH community to rally behind this very important cause.

Four things to know about Prop. 4:

  • It does not call for any taxes to be levied or bonds to be issued.
  • California has nine Tier One universities. New York has seven. Texas has only three!
  • To qualify for the funding, schools will have to meet benchmarks determined by the Higher Education Coordinating Board and the State Legislature.
  • The enabling legislation received unanimous bipartisan support from the Texas Legislature.

Visit www.myCougarConnection.com/prop4 for more information on this important issue, plus voter registration links, polling locations, and early voting dates.

It’s time to talk it up with your family, friends, and co-workers! You’ll hear more from us as the election approaches, but until then, remember to VOTE FOR Prop. 4.