The University of Houston College of Technology led a collaborative effort with the College of Engineering to host the inaugural 4-Day LabVIEW Boot Camp offered by National Instruments (NI) for students, November 20-23, at UH.
With the busiest travel day of the year approaching this Wednesday, millions of travelers need to keep something in mind while flying the friendly skies. Those printed boarding passes many leave behind could be holding a lot more valuable information than you think.
Conducting research gives students a competitive edge when they enter the professional world. Students look forward to Research Days at the University of Houston as an opportunity to apply their knowledge and demonstrate their inventiveness to the advancement of the future of science and technology.
The second annual Cougar 100 Luncheon, hosted by the University of Houston Alumni Association (UHAA), took place at the Bayou City Event Center on October 27, 2015 to honor the 100 fastest growing alumni-owned or led businesses.
The Engineering and Construction Contracting Association selected UH alumnus John Dalton for the esteemed Lifetime Achievement Award, an honor that signals the value of his pivotal role in establishing the connection between industry and academia.
It is rare for busy students and working professionals, some not having been on campus since graduation, to return to campus for anything other than an occasional football game. However, nine scholars who have benefited from the Paul and Barbara Frison Scholarship over the years seized the opportunity to return for a visit, celebrate the generosity of their benefactors, and to share stories of their successes.
Honoring Women in Print, The Printing Museum’s 2015 Gutenberg Dinner held on October 7 at the Houston Country Club proved to be a special evening with Dr. Renu Khator, UH System Chancellor and President of the University of Houston, as the keynote speaker.
The Succeed in Engineering Technology Scholars (SETS) program has had continued success in developing and identifying its future technology leaders. It awards twenty scholarships each academic year to students enrolled full time in one of three undergrad programs offered by the Engineering Technology Department: Computer Engineering Technology, Electrical Power Engineering Technology and Mechanical Engineering Technology.
Danila Zindato, a PhD candidate from the Department of Design of the Polytechnic University of Milan, spent the summer as a visiting scholar in the UH Department of Human Development and Consumer Sciences (HDCS). Her research focuses on the role of scenarios in design and foresight.