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CLASP Speaker Series

CLASP is an outreach initiative of University of Houston-Clear Lake created to encourage life-long learning through free monthly presentations that involve and engage community members of all ages in a wide variety of topics. These presentations are open to the public. For events at UHCL, free parking is available in the Visitors Lot. Speakers, presentations and locations are subject to change. 

Reshaping and Relaunching Nurses in the COVID-19 Era

Guest Speaker: Karen Alexander, Ph.D., Program Director and Assistant Professor of Nursing, UHCL College of Human Sciences and Humanities
Date: February 11, 2021 
Time: 2:00 p.m CST
Online via Zoom

Topic of Discussion

Dr. Karen Alexander will speak about reshaping and relaunching nurses to meet the COVID-19 pandemic. She will also focus on how the pandemic has affected the nursing industry and how UH-Clear Lake is meeting industry needs. 

Unbound Houston

Guest speaker: Ms. Christa Mayfield, Director of Education, Unbound Houston 
Date: March 4, 2021 
Time: 2:00 p.m. CST
Online via Zoom

Topic of Discussion

Unbound Houston exists to equip and empower our local community to engage and respond to human trafficking and exploitation. By understanding how trafficking occurs in our community, how traffickers operate, and the impact of victimization on survivors, we can rally together to create a community where trafficking is obliterated and all forms of exploitation are met with justice. The scourge of exploitation reaches to all areas of society and college campuses are no exception. We hope to enlighten and empower University of Houston-Clear Lake to defend their own and equip them to extend their hand to the vulnerable in our community.  

Life in Simulated Space

Guest speaker: Andrzej Stewart, Satellite System Engineer, Leidos and Solar System Ambassador  
Date: April 8, 2021 
Time: 2:00 p.m. CST
Online via Zoom

Topic of Discussion

Astronauts undertaking missions to deep space destinations like the moon and Mars will face a number of challenges caused by the vast distances and durations involved in these journeys. To study and prepare to meet these challenges, NASA is conducting a variety of space analog missions, which recreate aspects of life in space here on Earth. Andrzej Stewart, who served as a crewmember for simulated space missions in the HERA and HI-SEAS analogs, will talk about what life is like as part of an analog crew, as well as what life may be like for astronauts living on Mars in the future.



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