UH Libraries Supports Provost Summer Read Program
The Provost Summer Read program is built around a common book that is provided to and read by first year University of Houston students over the summer. Now in its fifth year, the program develops a meaningful dialogue between faculty and students in and out of the classroom.
Lisa German, dean of UH Libraries and Elizabeth D. Rockwell Chair, is offering parents and guardians of new Coogs a chance to take part in the Provost Summer Read program. Copies of this year’s selected book, In the Country We Love by Diane Guerrero, are being raffled at admissions and orientation events all summer.
“The Libraries is pleased to support the UH Provost Summer Read Program,” Dean German said. “We wanted to give away books to parents and guardians to read along with their students.”