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Students, faculty members explore real, imagined worlds at UHV conference


Jang Woo Park, a University of Houston-Victoria assistant professor of mathematics, presents “Numbers in Apocalypse” Friday during the Zombies, Cyborgs & Other Monstrosities of Real & Imagined Worlds conference. The UHV School of Arts & Sciences held the interdisciplinary undergraduate conference to give students a chance to present their papers, multimedia, creative writing and artwork. A total of 28 students and seven faculty members made presentations, covering topics such as humanity, fear, monstrous behaviors in society, war and justice, and psychological issues and stigmas. The event also included a film viewing of “Häxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages” and a Human vs. Zombies conceptual game of tag. More than 75 people attended the conference. Also pictured are Amjad Nusayr, left, a UHV computer science lecturer; Ricardo Teixeira, a UHV assistant professor of mathematics; and Charles Alexander, UHV’s poet and designer in residence.

The University of Houston-Victoria, located in the heart of the Coastal Bend region, offers courses leading to more than 65 bachelor’s and master’s degree programs and concentrations in the schools of Arts & Sciences, Business Administration, Education & Human Development, and Nursing. UHV provides face-to-face classes at its Victoria campus as well as teaching sites in Fort Bend and Harris counties, and online classes that students can take from anywhere. Since its founding in 1973, UHV has provided students with a quality university education from excellent faculty at an affordable price.

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