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.
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.
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.
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.
An innovative venture originating in the College of Technology, the Succeed in Engineering Technology Scholars (SETS) program is continuing a successful path toward identifying and developing future technology leaders and producing an industry ready STEM workforce.
The College of Technology has received a University of Houston internal Technology Innovation Program (TIP) grant to help improve and develop more online courses in the construction management, supply chain and logistics technology, and technology project management programs.
Dr. Mohamed Riduan Abid, Visiting Fulbright Research Scholar, serves as an associate professor of computer science at Al Akhawayn University with research interests in distributed and cloud computing systems, big data processing, and wireless mesh sensor networks.
Aware of the gentrification trend in her hometown Chicago, Illinois, Kaylah Hubbard was intrigued by the impact on Houston’s Third Ward community, a historically African-American neighborhood in Houston community, just a stone’s throw from the University of Houston.
Raúl Williamson, (’01) earned his B.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology and launched his career as an electrical testing technician at Dashiell Corporation fresh out of college. Since then, he has risen to technical director, the highest technical position in the company.
Enhancing skills, extending current capabilities, and preparing for job promotions are all ways that successful business professionals look to achieve their goals. The Retailing and Consumer Science (RCS) program in the Department of Human Development and Consumer Sciences (HDCS) offers five certificate programs designed to offer professional advancement or an academic foundation for transitioning into the bachelor’s degree program.
Professionals in the printing industry gathered recently at the University of Houston Sugar Land for an exclusive training in the G7 method (short for grayscale plus seven colors), a color printing and reproduction process that ensures a consistency in colors.
Dr. William Arthur Conklin, associate professor in the department of information and logistics technology and director for the Center for Information Security Research and Education, was recently named a recipient of the Ernie Rakaczky ICS Security Lifetime Achievement Award, to be awarded at the 12th Annual SANS Industrial Control Systems Security Summit in Orlando, FL in March
Dr. Andy Hines, assistant professor and coordinator for the University of Houston Foresight graduate degree program, recently graduated from the Cougar Chairs Leadership Academy (CCLA) and shared his experience.