Students from the ILT department in the College of Technology joined ILT alum, John Millner at the Houston Electrical League booth during the 2014 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ World's Championship Bar-B-Que Contest on Saturday, March 1.
As one of the University of Houston Human Resource Development program’s biggest fans, training and learning consultant James (Jay) Clancy’s decision to hire four undergraduate student interns was not a very tough one to make.
The first-ever TxDOT College Challenge competition encouraged college students to develop innovative transportation solutions for Texas.
Dr. Lila Carden is an Instructional Associate Professor in the Technology Project Management Program in the Information, Logistics and Technology (ILT) Department.
Erin Mitchell earned her M.S. in Supply Chain and Logistics Technology from the UH College of Technology in fall 2013. As a requirement for her Master’s project, she took a Lean Sigma course and used Design for Six Sigma strategies to create a improve logistics and transportation processes for SeaRiver Maritime Inc.
The Energy Rubber Group and the Petroleum Technology Initiative program in the College of Technology will host a three-day Oilfield Technology Seminar, March 11-13, 2014 at the University of Houston M.D. Anderson Library, in the Elizabeth D. Rockwell Pavilion.
When the annual FIRST LEGO League (FLL) program launched at the College of Technology last September, a team of 10 elementary students excited to learn about robotics and computer programming formed Team CyborGirlz.
I am delighted to extend a warm welcome to our 4,062 new and continuing College of Technology students.
Dr. Rupa Iyer has become Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies, and Dr. Raymond Cline has become Chair of the Department of Information and Logistics Technology.
The University of Houston College of Technology digital media bachelor’s program has outgrown its home in the College of Technology and will be solely offered at UH-Sugar Land (UHSL).
On Friday, December 20, 2013, more than 350 College of Technology students earned undergraduate and graduate degrees.
Eric Talley knew it was possible. After all, classmate Nicole Rawlins did it last spring.
Dr. Neil Eldin, head of the Department of Construction Management talks about the construction industry.
Many people are under the impression that first time mothers leave the workforce once their child is born.