In support of a newly established packaging technology program at the University of Houston (UH) College of Technology, members of the Institute of Packaging Professionals (IoPP) in Texas have donated 15 copies of "Fundamentals of Packaging Technology" for use in the program.
In collaboration with Dr. Wajiha Shireen, Engineering Technology Professor from the University of Houston College of Technology, electrical engineering graduate student, Radhakrishna Kotti, presented award- winning research, which earned Best Second Paper recognition at the Fifteenth IEEE Workshop on Control and Modeling for Power Electronics (IEEE COMPEL 2014).
The Center for Life Sciences Technology (CLiST) in the College of Technology hosted a Biotechnology Workshop for 14 students from eight local high schools.
Dr. Andy Hines - Preparing professionals to make more creative, innovative, and forward-looking decisions
"Harvest of Wisdom," the inspiring historical film about graphic communication and its influence on civilization has been recently updated through a joint effort of the Nolan Moore Memorial Education Foundation and the Graphic Communication Institute at Cal Poly.
Young Scientists Explore Energy Entrepreneurship
Faculty, staff, family and friends gathered on the evening of Thursday, May 8 to salute the Spring 2014 graduating class.
College of Technology alumnus, Amanda Heath, won the Outstanding Volunteer Award, which was announced during the University Alumni Association 60th Annual Awards Gala, April 26, 2014.
Innovation by Dr. George Zouridakis Attracts Wide-Spread Media Attention
In celebration of their exceptional accomplishments, six individuals in the University of Houston College of Technology were recognized with awards for research, teaching, and service.
College of Technology faculty and staff gathered on April 30 to share experiences and spirited reflections on the career journey of Dr. Bernard McIntyre, who retired at the end of the spring 2014 semester.
Two College of Technology teams earned awards for their participation in the 2014 Cornell USA – a yearlong academic embedded design competition presented by Intel.
As the cost of a college education continues to rise each year, offering scholarship support has become one of the main ways to attract and retain the best and brightest students to the University of Houston, the College of Technology and its programs.