"Innovation" is a popular buzzword these days, but leaders at the University of Houston's College of Technology say its meaning shouldn’t be a mystery: Creative thinking and problem-solving are skills that can be taught.
An innovative partnership launched by the University of Houston College of Technology and Sterling Aviation Early College High School, has been designed for students in the high school’s Houston Community College (HCC) dual credit logistics and global supply chain management course.
As an engineering technician intern at the NASA Johnson Space Center Rapid Prototyping Lab (RPL), Pedro Saiz has had undreamed-of opportunities to gain real-world applied industry experience during the past year.
The momentum for growth and expansion of the University of Houston College of Technology continues at an invigorating pace as demonstrated by the number of degrees awarded to exceptional students. The College celebrated another phenomenal commencement season with 630 graduating students in fall 2018.
A total of six College of Technology students competed against students representing 65 universities in a CyberForce Competition (CFC) exercise hosted by the Department of Energy at Argonne National Lab in Illinois during the fall semester.
The Houston East End Chamber of Commerce will host The Steel Forum Global Economy Local Effect panel discussion on December 11, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., at Federal Reserve Bank. The panelists will include the Port of Houston, JSW Steel USA, and the American Institutes for International Steel.
The ASQ (formerly the American Society for Quality) has elected Dr. Jamison V. Kovach, as Fellow for her distinguished contributions to quality. Kovach is a technology project management professor and director of the Lean Six Sigma professional training program at the University of Houston College of Technology.
The Fort Bend Independent School District’s Career and Technical Education Center (CTE) and the University of Houston College of Technology are working together to conduct innovation workshops at local high schools.
The UH-Fluor industrial conference, Construction-Driven Execution, was held at the University of Houston Student Center October 12. This inaugural conference brought together students from the Colleges of Engineering, Natural Science & Mathematics, and Technology for an exciting collaboration and real-world insights into construction-driven execution.
As the cost of a college education continues to escalate year after year, 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.
Perhaps one of the most rewarding aspects of providing the college experience is recognizing Cougars who have used their time at the University of Houston, their talents and their skills to positively affect our community.
The College of Technology will celebrate its alumni for their outstanding service and professional accomplishments at the first-ever Technology Alumni Awards Gala on December 5, 2018, at the University of Houston Athletics and Alumni Center.