An event growing in popularity among enthusiastic, job seeking technology students and alumni, the University of Houston College of Technology Fall Career Fair held Tuesday, September 12 at the University of Houston Student Center provided unique opportunities to network with representatives from 58 companies across a diverse range of industries.
University of Houston College of Technology professors are often called on to share expert opinions in a broad range of topics. Read their latest perspectives on cybersecurity, the impact of Hurricane Harvey, and the transportation industry.
The Technology Alumni Association (TAA) is continuing the commitment to supporting the students of the college with ‘Meet the Alumni’ panels, where young alumni from various degree programs answer students’ questions and share their ‘I wish I knew’ stories.
The University of Houston College of Technology Construction Management (CM) Department hosted a UH-Bechtel Research and Development mixer at the University of Houston Hilton Hotel, on May 10 where ten applied research projects were showcased to sixteen major engineering and construction, oil and gas, and transportation companies.
The digital media program in the University of Houston College of Technology has been awarded $2,500 by Staples Foundation, the private charitable arm of Staples, Inc., through a program called 2 Million & Change that allows Staples associates around the globe to direct more than $2 million in donations each year.
The University of Houston Cyber Security Club is comprised of students and alumni who are interested in promoting the education and expansion of the knowledge and skills in information systems security. Their goal is to encourage the free exchange of information systems security techniques, approaches and problem solving by its members.
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.