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The University of Houston Libraries’ campus network connection will undergo an improvement to its router on Friday, January 30 at 5:30 a.m. This change will result in significantly faster speeds for traffic entering and leaving the Libraries’ network.
The work will take approximately 30 minutes to complete, during which time connection to the campus network will be interrupted.
The University of Houston Libraries recently collaborated with campus partners to present highlights in UH history.
[Tweet “Timeline of @UHouston people and events is now on display in TDECU Stadium.”]A pictorial timeline of storied UH people and events is now on display in the Coach Bill Yeoman Hall, located in the northeast corner of the new TDECU Stadium. The 2200 square-foot special event space serves as a game day club for the north loge boxes and Section 129 on the north side of the stadium.
The project came to fruition through the efforts of Katina Jackson and Jeff Conrad from Athletics, Oscar Gutierrez from the Office of the UH President, Debbie Harwell from the Wilson Center for Public History, Nancy Clark from the University of Houston Alumni Association, Eric Gerber from the Office of University Communication and Mary Manning and Matt Richardson from the University Archives in Special Collections, which contributed a majority of images that celebrate the story of UH.
“As part of his gift to the stadium, Corby Robertson requested there be an area that recognizes all the highlights and milestone events of the University of Houston, not just athletics,” said Katina Jackson. “The committee that helped make this vision a reality did an outstanding job. The finished product is not only informative but should give everyone a great sense of pride in all that has been accomplished at UH since 1927.”