An innovative approach integrating classroom instruction and research at the University of Houston will be spread to five colleges and universities around the country with a $2.1 million grant from the National Science Foundation.
Kindergarten through 12th grade students from 11 schools in Houston visited the University of Houston College of Technology Complex Fluids Laboratory on July 11. Ms. Sineria Ordonez, program manager for the Hispanic Houston Forum (HHF), accompanied the students.
Mae Woods is a former global retailing student in the Department of Human Development and Consumer Sciences. Originally from Maple Ridge, British Columbia, she was recruited to the University of Houston on a full-ride basketball scholarship and played for the Lady Cougars for four years (2010-2014).
Ray Taylor, mechanical engineering technology research professor, looks forward to working in collaboration with Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in Lyngby where he will extend his exploration into non-toxic corrosion inhibitors for the aerospace industry.
The University of Houston’s College of Technology celebrated students who earned undergraduate and graduate degrees. An awards reception was held on May 11, 2017 at the University of Houston Hilton Hotel to honor their achievements.
The International Society of Automation (ISA Houston Section) recognized four University of Houston engineering technology students for their academic performance during the Celebrating Excellence Scholarship Night at the HESS Club, June 7.
The College of Technology 75th Anniversary Gala gave me the opportunity to bond with dedicated professors and colleagues, recent graduates and spirited alumni. It’s energizing to be a part of such a wonderful history! Cynthia E. Olmedo (‘00)
The innovative uses of shipping containers seem to be attracting attention these days. Engineering technology students at the University of Houston College of Technology used their ingenuity to design and construct a mobile computing lab that is totally solar-powered.
Dr. Jamison V. Kovach performs research and teaches courses in quality management within the University of Houston College of Technology project management master's program. Primarily, her focus is on applied research in industry to solve problems that help organizations achieve strategic objectives. Dr. Kovach also serves as the director of the Lean Six Sigma Professional Training program.
Professor Margaret Kidd teaches undergraduate supply chain courses and coordinates student applicants for internships and scholarships. She serves as faculty advisor to the student organization Supply-Chain Industrial Distribution Organization (SIDO) and serves as a liaison for Houston Electric League (HEL) and Exporters Competitive Maritime Council Education Committee Houston (ECMC).
Raresh Pascali, instructional associate professor in the mechanical engineering technology program at the University of Houston has been named the 2017 recipient of the Allen J. Chapman Award. Presented by the South Texas Section of the American Society of Engineers (ASME) Pascali received the award during the ASME South Texas 2017 Awards Banquet, held April 20th at the Forest Club in Houston, Texas.