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Children Explore the Exciting World of Technology in One Day

At the University of Houston children, ages 6 – 13 had the opportunity to participate in campus activities in several departments.

Hutchins Interviewed by BBC World News

Dr. Holly Hutchins, associate professor and coordinator of the Human Resource Development Undergraduate Program and co-principal investigator of the Center for ADVANCING UH Faculty Success, comments on the impact of anti-racism training recently offered to Starbucks employees.

Cybersecurity programs at the University of Houston ranked near the top in a new ranking of the nation’s best cybersecurity schools.

The University of Houston Technology Alumni Association has awarded a scholarship to Anthony Salcido, a senior majoring in electrical power engineering technology.

Retailing and Consumer Science Salutes Innovators

A distinguished group of retail innovators was honored at the 2018 "Salute to Retail" luncheon and awards program, April 25 at River Oaks Country Club.

Alumni Association Awards Scholarship

The University of Houston Technology Alumni Association has awarded a scholarship to Anthony Salcido, a senior majoring in electrical power engineering technology.

Technology Celebrates Graduates at Spring Commencement

The College Banner Bearers were recognized during the Technology Graduation Brunch, May 9, 2018.

Spotlight Series

"Continue to be curious about the world and how things in it work. Share the joy of your work with everybody around you!" - Xiaojing Yuan

Leading Women in STEM

University of Houston Phi Sigma Rho is an organization dedicated to women who major in engineering and technology. Dr. Holly Hutchins, associate professor of human development and consumer science serves as an advisor to members from the College of Technology, Engineering, and Natural Science & Mathematics.

Seismic Study Will Address Energy Sector Challenges

Seismic exploration will play an increasingly important role in meeting increasing energy demands and maintaining healthy oil and gas output.

Logistics Experts Discuss Implications of Panama Canal Expansions

Dr. Junko Sugawara, associate professor, supply chain and logistics technology, was a featured panelist addressing the expansion of the Panama Canal and the benefits, challenges and opportunities for further growth.

Students Collaborate to Host Successful Build-a-Bot Competition

The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) and the Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE) co-hosted a ‘Build-a-Bot’ competition that attracted more than 40 students, 30 volunteers and several industry professionals and faculty, April 6 at the University of Houston.

Mechanical Engineering Technology Students Bring Home Multiple Awards

The month of April has been very productive for the College of Technology, with its mechanical engineering technology students winning multiple awards in various events. On April 7, Cesar Moreno and Hector Bonilla received first and second place awards for their graduate presentations at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) 2018 University Technical Competition.

Computer Engineering Technology Scholar Produces Award Winning Video

Julio Alonso, a computer engineering technology senior and Succeed in Engineering Technology (SETS) scholar, won a first place award for the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Diversity Committee's 2018 Student Essay/Video contest.

Computer Engineering Technology Students Reflect on Experience Instrumental Games in Calgary

From March 15 to the 17, students from several universities formed 18 teams where they performed various tasks such as adjusting PH sensors, configuring firmware for water tanks, and working with control valves.