Kathleen Berry-Hebert received her Masters in Psychology from University of Houston-Clear Lake. The campus spans 524 acres of wildlife. University of Houston-Clear Lake is known as a great place for higher education, especially along the upper Gulf Coast of Texas. The school was founded in 1971 but opened its doors in 1974. UHCL awards 2,100 degrees each year and in total has awarded over 62,000 degrees. The school offers almost 90 degree programs which include 40 Bachelors, 44 Masters, and one Doctoral. UHCL awards more than 2,100 degrees every year. The alumni base is greater than 50,000.
UH-Clear Lake has high academic standards. There are excellent educational opportunities such as teaching, research, and community service opportunities that students are encouraged to take advantage of. The school has many partnerships with businesses, organizations, other schools, and individuals that enhance the academic, scientific, cultural, and professional environment.
The Satellite campus, UHCL Pearland Campus was created in 2007. The new campus acted as a link between UHCL and the city of Pearland. Most of the students are Texan. 64% of the student population is female. There is also a mix of Hispanic, African-American, Asian-American and Native American students.
Kathleen Berry-Hebert got a lot out of her education at University of Houston-Clear Lake. Her Masters thesis was published in Nature, a renowned science magazine. Kathleen felt she benefited from the student-centered mindset and high quality of instruction at the university.