I'm a senior majoring in Computer Engineering Technology at the College of Technology. I've always had a great interest in the field of technology and the impact that automation is having on our society. As the president I hope to spark the interest of our members as well as provide avenues for you to reach your own goals.
I'm a senior majoring in Computer Engineering Technology at the College of Technology. I enjoy learning more about how technology is shaping our world every day. It would be an honor to also help those who are interested in learning and putting in their knowledge into action.
My name is Aaron Smith, I am a junior majoring in CET. This is my first year as an ISA officer. I enjoy tinkering with electronics and taking things apart to see how they work. I look forward to helping students with their studies in technology.
I am majoring in Electrical Power Engineering Technology here at the University of Houston. I enjoy working in groups and getting involved with the organization. As Publicity Director I will do my best to inform everyone of all the benefits that come with being a member of ISA. (International Society of Automation)
As the Program Director, I maintain an all inclusive list of ISA University of Houston members. I keep track of both, ISA University of Houston and ISA National, membership status. Also, as the Membership Director, I create registration forms for various ISA events, distribute them via email, and inform the event coordinators of how many participants we will have. I also send out important information regarding events to our ISA members.
The reason I decided to major in Computer Engineering Technology is the idea of inventing and creating our own electronic devices, that in turn will improve the world's everyday lives is phenomenal. As a senior in the College of Technology, I enjoy helping out my juniors, and teaching them the different skills and assets I've acquired in the 2 years studying here. I honestly hope everyone I recruit into ISA as membership director will understand that it is all the officers' honor to help others in their pursuit of knowledge.
Adrienne Low (2013 Fall Semester)