Spring 2021 PE Review Course for Chemical Engineering @ Virtual
Jan 29 – Apr 30 all-day

Date 2021 Topic Instructor
29-Jan Introduction; Mass/Energy Balances & Thermo I Dale Embry
5-Feb Mass/Energy Balances & Thermodynamics II (3) Gary Gildert, Dale Embry
12-Feb Thermodynamics III (1); Kinetics I (2) Dale Embry, Gary Gildert
19-Feb Kinetics II (2); Plant Design Economics (1) Gary Gildert
26-Feb Fluid Mechanics I (3) Todd Willman, Carol Schmidt
5-Mar Fluid Mechanics II (2); Heat Transfer I (1) Carol Schmidt, Dennis Glascock
12-Mar Heat Transfer II (3) Dennis Glascock
19-Mar Spring Break
26-Mar Separations Processes I (3) Antonio Garcia
2-Apr Separations Processes II (3) Antonio Garcia
9-Apr Problem Session Dale Embry, Carol Schmidt, Gary Gildert
16-Apr Plant Design & Operations (3) Mariella Raven
23-Apr Sample Test Exam (3) Dale Embry

All classes will meet on Fridays from 3:00 – 6:00 P.M.

                            Course Materials          UH Logistics                Blackboard

Contacts:               Dale Embry                  Nicolette Solano         Joseph McDonough

Phone:                 832-815-1552             713-743-4304             713-743-9972



Course Registration Deadline:       Friday, January 22, 2021

Living the Change Weekly Discussion Group @ Online Event
Feb 4 @ 6:00 pm – Apr 29 @ 7:00 pm

In fall 2017, at the COP23 UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany, spiritual leaders presented the Walk on Earth Gently multifaith statement to world leaders.  Now Houston Peace and Justice Center is asking Texans of faith to join them in accepting the Walk on Earth Gently invitation and committing to a sustainable lifestyleWalk on Earth Gently invites people of faith into a journey of Living the Change that the world needs.  The journey is inspired by religious teachings to turn away from consumerism & to seek balanced relationships with all people and the planet we share as our common home.

 This 12-week program focuses on making personal lifestyle changes in three areas:  transportation; energy; and food.  The Interfaith Environmental Network of Houston invites you to join Houston Peace and Justice Center on this journey, via a weekly online discussion group.  Can’t make it every week?  Join Houston Peace and Justice Center as you are able.  A detailed schedule is given below. All participants will receive a copy of Living the Change materials customized for the Houston area. Are you ready to commit to a more sustainable lifestyle?  Then join Houston Peace and Justice Center on this journey to Living the Change.

Please register for this event on

Feb. 4:  Introduction & Transport, week 1

Feb. 11, Feb. 18 & Feb. 25: Transport, weeks 2, 3 & 4

Mar. 4, Mar. 11, Mar. 18 & Mar. 25: Energy, weeks 1, 2, 3, & 4

Apr. 8, Apr. 15 & Apr. 22: Food, weeks 1, 2 & 3

Apr. 29: Food, week 4 & closing

Note:  no discussion group meeting on Apr. 1

Galveston’s Own Farmers Market @ The Bryan Museum
Mar 7 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

  • 9am – 12pm {June-September}
  • 9am -1 pm {October – May}

The best way to gain up-to-date information about Galveston’s Own Farmers’ Market is to sign up for their weekly newsletter. You’ll learn about upcoming events and community partnerships at GOFM, receive the most accurate list of expected vendors for each week, collect recipes based on vendor products and gain insider access to your local farmers’ market.

If you’re interested in becoming a vendor with GOFM, visit their ‘vendors’ page where you can download an application.

If you’d like to volunteer your time with GOFM, they always welcome new faces! Visit our ‘volunteer’ page for more information.

East End Farmers Market @ Navigation Esplanade
Mar 7 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Brought to you by the Greater East End Management District, the East End Street Market is open every Sunday from 10am – 2pm on the Navigation Esplanade (2800 Navigation Blvd.) in front of the historic original Ninfa’s Restaurant.

Unique among Houston’s farmers markets, the East End Street Market blends sights and sounds, cuisine and culture to create an experience that is rooted in one of Houston’s most historic communities.

Visit the East End Street Market to sample fresh garden fruits and vegetables, locally produced farm and dairy products, prepared foods, and unique handcrafted wares.

Interested in becoming a vendor? Contact Market Manager Chef Roy Rodriguez.

DSC01656 DSC01658 DSC01646





For more information, visit

Chimney Rock Market
Mar 7 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Chimney Rock Market is an outdoor market that features local artists and farmers. Beginning on Feb. 18, 2018, are open the first Sunday of each month.

Image may contain: 1 person, plant and foodTheir vendors sell mouth-watering eats and artisan gifts the whole family can enjoy. As always, four-legged friends are welcome. There will be plenty of treats for them too!

When you’re done shopping, stop in Sean Anthony Salons to browse the beautiful art gallery brought to you by Creative Energy. Art Reception is from 2pm-4pm. Meet the Artisits! Refreshments will be served.

Also, enter for your chance to win a cut and color or Brazillian blowout treatment worth over $300 donated by Sean Anthony Salons.

If you are interested in becoming a vendor, please email

Visit the Chimney Rock Market’s Facebook page.

Bird Walk @ Creekside West Trailhead
Mar 8 @ 7:30 am – 10:30 am

Bird Walk | Citizens Environmental CoalitionJoin Spring Creek Greenway Ambassador and published birder Joanne “Jojo” Bradbury on a bird walk along the Spring Creek Nature Trail.

RSVP required to

Meet at the Creekside Park West Trailhead at the intersection of Creekside Forest Dr. and Dr. Ann Snyder Way in The Woodlands.

Hermann Park Bird Survey @ Hermann Park
Mar 8 @ 7:30 am

Volunteer Coordinator: Jim WinnYellow-crowned Night-Heron

The public is invited to join us at Hermann Park on the second Monday morning of each month. There is no charge for these bird walks and children are welcome. We meet in parking lot “D” on the south side of the Miller Outdoor Theatre stage.


From Hermann Park Drive parking lot “D” shares the entrance with parking lot “E”. From the fountain in front of Hotel ZaZa, drive around on Hermann Park Dr.(also shown as Golf Course Dr. on some maps) past the Museum of Natural Science and McGovern Centennial Gardens. The entrance to Parking Lot D will be on your right side, just before you get to the large lots in front of the main zoo entrance. The entrance will say Parking Lot “E”. Go in there. Parking Lot “D” is behind Lot “E”.


For more information, please visit