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Women in Technology: Dr. Jamison Kovach

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.

Women in Technology: Prof. Margaret Kidd

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).

Pascali Honored for Mechanical Engineering Leadership

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.

PMI Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs Recognizes UH Team

The Project Management Institute (PMI) Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC) recognized the University of Houston for successful completion of the reaccreditation process. The graduate programs for information systems security, technology project management, and supply chain and logistics technology were awarded renewal of the GAC accreditation for the period July 2016 through June 2023.

Supply Chain and Logistics Technology Students Win Industry Internships and Scholarships

The Houston Electrical League selected seven interns and three scholarship recipients amounting to approximately $72,000 in funding for our Supply Chain and Logistics Technology students.

75 Years of Innovation

Through the years, the College of Technology has continuously honored the commitment to educating and equipping the world’s workforce, first as a training facility to Navy personnel during World War II and now to preparing about 6,400 students for successful technology driven careers.

What's Happening with the Technology Alumni Association?

Are you interested in getting involved with the Technology Alumni Association? We are currently seeking volunteers to help with our Board and Committees. Roles vary in scope and commitment so there is something for everyone's interest!  Contact the TAA at COTAlumni@gmail.com for more information.

Mechanical Engineering Technology Students Share Perspectives on First Experiences at Industry Convention

The College of Technology encourages students to gain practical knowledge that they will be prepared to apply when they join the workforce. Exposing them to industry through major conventions like HOUSTEX, is one of the ways to excite, energize, and motivate them to learn more.

Students Get in Gear for Research Symposium

Engineering technology students majoring in computer engineering technology, electrical power engineering technology, and mechanical engineering technology programs are gearing up for the opportunity to present their innovative technology solutions during the upcoming Undergraduate Research Symposium.

Fluor Donates Oil Refinery Model to Construction Management Department

The College of Technology's Construction Management Department has received a plant model designed by Fluor valued in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Women in Technology: Dr. Barbara Stewart

Dr. Barbara Stewart has had a prolific and multi-faceted academic career that has included teaching consumer science and merchandising, fashion promotion, industrial technology, nutrition science, business, and home economics.

Women in Technology: Dr. Holly Hutchins

University of Houston human resource development (HRD) professor Dr. Holly Hutchins teaches graduate courses that prepare students to diagnose learning and change needs of organizations, and to design, develop and assess interventions.

Women in Technology: Dr. Tomika Greer

Just a few years after completing her bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering, Dr. Tomika Greer became fascinated by discovering new ways to effectively implement technology that would enhance learning and support student success.

Experts Discuss the Future of Oil and Gas Data Management at Houston Symposium

Oil and gas companies, universities, consulting companies, and delegations participated in two days of insightful presentations, panels, spirited debates, and superb networking at the 2017 Houston Data Management Symposium and Tradeshow.