Houston-area elementary and middle school students will be showing off Mars Rover models they built at the University of Houston's 13th annual Mars Rover Model Celebration and Competition Saturday, Jan. 31.
The University of Houston will begin offering a graduate certificate in upstream energy safety in January.
The University of Houston College of Technology welcomed 160 students, faculty, and alumni and 19 industry partners to the fall 2014 Petroleum Industry Expert event.
Jim McIngvale, founder and owner of Gallery Furniture, has not taken his extraordinary business success for granted.
As the cost of a college education continues to rise, offering scholarship support has become one of the main ways to attract and retain the best and brightest students to the University of Houston, the College of Technology and its programs.
Distinguished entrepreneur, Paul Broussard, (BBA '66), is president of Broussard Logistics, captivated students with the history of logistics in Houston during a talk on Thursday, November 6, at the University of Houston College of Technology.
The University of Houston has received a $3.3 million grant from the National Science Foundation to increase the number of women faculty in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields, as well as to ensure they have opportunities to move into leadership roles.
The University of Houston’s Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) Student Chapter earned top awards at the 2014 AITP Region 3 Student Conference, which this year was held October 2-4, 2014 at Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma.
The College of Technology Center for Logistics and Transportation (CLTP) welcomed its new director, Professor Maria Burns, this fall.
The University of Houston held its 10th annual Undergraduate Research Day at the Rockwell Pavilion, in the M.D. Anderson Library on Thursday October 9, 2014.
A new program that acknowledges and celebrates the successes of University of Houston Cougar owned and Cougar led businesses, Cougar 100 will recognize four College of Technology alumni who will be listed among the top companies.
One of the duties of an academic advisor is to encourage students to extend their experiences beyond traditional campus boundaries.
Lois Nichols, assistant director of and six-year volunteer with Cougars for Kids at UH, advocates the sense of achievement commonly experienced by both volunteers and the children they are helping.
An event growing in popularity among enthusiastic, job seeking technology students and alumni, the University of Houston College of Technology Fall Career Fair held Tuesday, September 16 at the University of Houston Hilton – Conrad Ballroom provided a unique opportunity to network with company representatives from more than 70 companies across a diverse range of industries.