Houston's retail industry visionaries will join in the 'Salute to Retail', led by the University of Houston College of Technology Retailing and Consumer Science program on Tuesday, November 17, 2015, at River Oaks Country Club.
University of Houston professors William Arthur Conklin and Chris Bronk, received a three-year, $286,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) award that will support the creation of a cybersecurity community based on a wiki.
Dr. Holly M. Hutchins, associate professor, human resource development, and graduate assistant, Hilary Rainbolt, attended the University Forum for Human Resource Development (UFHRD) conference in Cork, Ireland to present results from their research study on imposter phenomenon.
As you consider stories for your coverage of this year’s hurricanes and tropical storms, be prepared with these resources from the University of Houston (UH). Representing experts across various fields, these sources have expertise in an array of topics related to storms – before, during and after.
Faculty, staff, family and friends gathered on the morning of Thursday, May 14 to celebrate with the spring 2015 graduates. Award-winning students were recognized during the program, including the Dean’s Medal recipients, the honorary College of Technology Outstanding Student, Outstanding Graduate Student, Engineering Technology Outstanding Student, and six graduation ceremony Banner Bearers.
In celebration of their exceptional accomplishments, four faculty members in the University of Houston College of Technology were recognized with awards for research, teaching, and service, on May 1 at the UH Sugar Land campus.
The Texas Medical Center Volunteer Service Advisory Council ‘2015 Salute to Volunteers’ luncheon, Thursday, May 14, featured Dr. Denton A. Cooley as guest speaker. Dr. Cooley is a distinguished cardiovascular surgeon who created the Texas Heart Institute and School of Surgery. Honoree, An Dinh, a volunteer in the University of Houston Cougars For Kids program was named UH Volunteer of the year.
Tom Herman, newly named UH head football coach, will be the featured speaker at the graduate convocation ceremony for the College of Technology, the Conrad Hilton College of Hotel & Restaurant Management, and the College of Education, on May 14, 2015, 2 p.m., Hofheinz Pavilion.
The Engineering Technology Department is one of two departments at the University of Houston that has received a combined $1.2 million from the National Science Foundation to support scholarships for students in engineering technology and computer science.