University of Houston-Clear Lake continues to make changes to accommodate students including changes to the university’s Fitness Zone. In addition, adding Campus Recreation to its list of programs, the Fitness Zone also welcomed Assistant Director Tabitha Radwanski this spring.
Radwanski graduated with her bachelor of science in kinesiology and health and her master of arts in kinesiology from Sam Houston State University and has worked in campus recreation for four years. Since her arrival at UHCL, she has created plans to expand recreational activities in hopes that intramural programs can be established, collaborated with other programs to plan the CAMPUS Recess event in the fall and worked with students, faculty and staff to incorporate Campus Recreation into the Fitness Zone to encourage a healthier lifestyle.
Students automatically gain membership to the Fitness Zone, but UHCL alumni are also welcome to purchase memberships.
To learn more about Fitness Zone or Campus Recreation, visit www.uhcl.edu/fitnesszone or call 281-283-2410.
Career workshop opens to community
Choosing a career can be a stressful and overwhelming decision, but UH-Clear Lake’s Offices of Career Services and Counseling Services can help with its two-day interactive career workshop noon to 4 p.m. July 18 and 25 at UHCL, 2700 Bay Area Blvd.
Experienced career counselors and psychologists can walk you through choosing a major, picking a career, changing careers, returning to the workforce, setting goals for your future and ensuring that you’ve made the right career choice. Participants will complete self-assessments, review educational and professional experiences and explore career information resources.
A prior intake appointment is required. For information or to reserve your space in the workshop, call 281-283-2590.
UHCL hosts presentation on substance abuse in teens and adults
Memorial Herman Prevention and Recovery Center has partnered with UH-Clear Lake’s Career and Counseling Services to host the center’s Director of Adolescent Services Stacie Allphin, who will present “Understanding and Responding to Substance Abuse in Teens and Families” from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. July 15 in the university’s Student Services and Classroom Building Lecture Hall, 2700 Bay Area Blvd.
Allphin will discuss the warning signs and symptoms of substance abuse, practical ways to address the use, when to seek help and an overview of treatment programs available in Houston, as well as cover tips to encourage a drug-free lifestyle to teens.
This presentation is free and open to the public. For information, contact the university’s Office of Career and Counseling Services, 281-283-2580.