The University of Houston College of Technology has established a scholarship, funded by Perry Homes, for Construction Management majors.
The September/October issue of The Futurist, features Dr. Peter Bishop's article, Collaborative Futures Education and a Foresight in Middle School: Teaching the Future for the Future by a current UH Foresight program student, Katie King.
Fall Semester 2014 Message from Dean William Fitzgibbon
The University of Houston Executive Human Resource Development (ExHRD) Program welcomed new students during an orientation and evening reception on Friday, August 22.
The University of Houston College of Technology’s Associate Professor of Human Development and Consumer Sciences, Dr. Holly Hutchins has won the Best Paper in Track Award by the 2014 Southern Management Association.
The University of Houston’s student chapter of Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) has been awarded the 2013-2014 Student Chapter Outstanding Performance Award (SCOPA).
Dr. John Richard Martin, Professor Emeritus at the University of Houston College of Technology and a long-time friend of many, died July 29, 2014 in Houston, Texas.
College of Technology Professor Holly Hutchins Plays Integral Role in Attracting and Retaining a More Diverse Faculty
Members of the Institute of Packaging Professionals (IoPP) in Texas have donated 15 copies of Fundamentals of Packaging Technology for use by University of Houston students. The donation supports a newly established packaging technology emphasis in the College of Technology's Digital Media 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.