Realizing that virtual online courses have become the norm for many working professionals, Piping Technology & Products is leveraging more than thirty years of manufacturing experience with expertise within the UH Center for Technology Literacy (CTL) to train engineers in piping design.
University of Houston retailing and consumer science students from the Collegiate DECA organization, recently visited the boutique of DAO Chloe DAO, in Houston, Texas, where they learned about the challenges tackled by entrepreneurs when developing multiple design lines, opening a brick and mortar retail store, and working through rebranding and a name change.
Aspiring to deepen their understanding of materials and their behaviors, visiting graduate students, Armando Tejado Ochoa and Octavio Alberto Herrera Sánchez are pursuing a portion of their research in the College of Technology, which will help them to complete master’s degrees in Materials Science at Centro de Investigación en Materiales Avanzados, S.C (Research Center in Advanced Materials (CIMAV). Both will continue the work on their thesis research here until July 2015.
The brightest stars of the Houston retail scene were selected for the prestigious Star Awards by the UH College of Technology’s Department of Human Development and Consumer Sciences. These awards recognize the achievement of retailers and leaders in the city of Houston.
In the end, it’s all about the cars. But for students from the University of Houston and Elsik High School, the path to the Shell Eco-Marathon Americas 2015 has offered much more – learning, mentoring and the opportunity to put classroom lessons into action.
Greetings, I am delighted to welcome our new and continuing College of Technology students. We are pleased to report that the College continues to make remarkable progress toward ranking among the largest on campus.
Dr. Heidar Malki, Chair of Engineering Technology, has become Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Operations. Dr. Wajiha Shireen, Professor of Engineering Technology, has been named Chair of the Department of Engineering Technology.
The ever-popular College of Technology Career Fair offers a unique opportunity for all majors to meet one-on-one with nul, merous company representatives from a diverse range of industries – from chemicaand construction, to energy, engineering, computer technology, and retailing.
The University of Houston has been awarded a $3.3 million grant over five years from the National Science Foundation ADVANCE to increase the number and success of women faculty in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and social science fields.