We are excited to see what we will accomplish together this year. Our students enthusiastically enrich their academic experiences with unmatched opportunities for creativity and innovation through diverse projects and research opportunities that impact many facets of society.
Dr. Ahmed Senouci, associate professor in the University of Houston Department of Construction Management, and a team of Concordia University researchers have joined forces to solve potential shortages in the world’s future water supply.
All alumni who majored in digital media are invited to a reunion hosted by the Lisa Cushing (‘01), University of Houston Alumni Association Rising Star 2016, and owner of Petals by Design; and, Dr. Jerry Waite, digital media professor and program coordinator.
The Piwetz Family Construction Management Scholarship Endowment, established in the spring of 2016 for the College of Technology by Mike and Mary Jo Piwetz, is a need- based $50,000 endowed scholarship that will provide financial assistance annually to a full time student, in good academic standing and majoring in the process and industrial track in construction management.
Fatima Merchant, associate professor of engineering technology, and collaborators from MD Anderson and UT Austin are developing a shared decision-making system for breast cancer patients considering breast reconstruction, and their surgeons. It involves a database of more than 500 women who’ve already gone through the process.
Rupa Iyer, PhD, associate dean of research and graduate studies in the University of Houston College of Technology, joins other distinguished international scholars and professionals who are experts in the educational, political, economic, social, and cultural matters of their countries.
The Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity will convene at the University of Houston on Thursday, July 14, to discuss the challenges and opportunities for securing critical infrastructure — essential assets such as electric utilities, oil and gas production, drinking water supply, rail systems, pipelines and transportation.
Technologies for traffic signal systems have come a long way since their invention, evolving from standalone towers coordinated through synchronized electric time clocks to a series of networked computers controlled by sophisticated software programs.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has awarded the University of Houston Department of Construction Management and Department of Civil Engineering $59,705 for the research project "Service Life Prediction for Bridges in Texas."