Communities in the Repository
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An open-access digital archive for the scholarly output of UHCL four colleges (Business, Education, Humans Sciences and Humanities, and Science and Engineering), including theses and dissertations.
A collection of electronic theses, dissertations, and graduate projects created by University of Houston-Clear Lake graduates
A collection of electronic theses, dissertations, and graduate projects created by graduates at the University of Houston-Clear Lake
Materials and finding aids from the Archives at the University of Houston-Clear Lake
Finding aids and digital objects from collections about the Clear Lake Area and its history.
Finding aids and digital objects from the personal papers of individuals involved in the space industry.
Documents (and their indexes) collected from JSC, contractors, and other NASA Centers, which were compiled by historians working on chronologies and histories of NASA's human spaceflight programs. Inventory uploads are currently in process
Finding aids and digital objects from personal collections donated to the University Archives.
Transcripts of interviews conducted at UHCL and Johnson Space Center.
Transcripts of the Aviatrix Pioneers Oral History Project interviews, providing a unique insight from women who were pioneers in the field of aviation.
Interviews conducted by Robert B. Merrifield, Manned Spacecraft Center Historian, housed in the University Archives.
Transcripts of faculty member oral history interviews conducted for the University of Houston-Clear Lake's 30th anniversary.
Finding aids and digital objects from the records, photographs, and other materials documenting the history of the University.
Publications created at and for the University of Houston-Clear Lake, housed in the University Archives.
Brochures, promotional materials, and curator and artist statements from UHCL Art Gallery exhibitions.
The University of Houston-Clear Lake's student-published literary arts magazine.
Graduate and Undergraduate UHCL catalogs (originally named University of Houston at Clear Lake City (UH-CLC) Bulletins)
The newsletter of Neumann Library and Audiovisual Services.
The biannual magazine published by the UHCL Office of Communications.
Reports presenting enrollment by various student demographics for the Pearland campus.
These reports presents enrollment by various demographics for the UHCL TDCJ program's student population.
Reports presenting enrollment by various student demographics.
Published quarterly and designed specifically for UHCL Alumni, Hawk E-News is an electronic newsletter that provides alumni with important information concerning university events and programs.
The newsletter of Neumann Library highlighting scholarly information services and resources for the UHCL community.
An annual publication that provides a snapshot of the university’s revenue and key initiatives during the past year. The publication includes donor lists and highlights key individuals and organizations whose support has contributed to the university's success.
A general news magazine produced by students in the Magazine Production course at the University of Houston-Clear Lake.
The University of Houston-Clear Lake's student newspaper.
Coming Soon! Newsletter of the University of Houston at Clear Lake City Guild, Local 4033, of the Texas United Faculties of the American Federation of Teachers of the AFL-CIO.
Centralized sets of commonly-requested information for state or federal reported institutional data.
A compilation of key indicators selected by executive administration that gives a general overview of UHCL's students, courses, faculty and other relevant information.
The master plans include university site analysis, space usage, projections, phase growth scenarios, and plan development.
A digital yearbook created by UHCL students documenting the "Freshman Experience."
A monthly glance inside your university.
Items from the vertical files of the UHCL Archives.
Finding aids and inventories from the Clear Lake Area, Human Space Flight, and University Collections sub-communities.
Inventories from the Johnson Space Center History Collection