Recent Graduate Develops 3D Printable Prostheses To Restore Amputees’ Finger Mobility
Recent graduate David Edquilang’s groundbreaking, easy-to-use 3D printable finger prosthesis could offer amputees a low-cost solution to restore finger functionality. Edquilang’s UH mentor, Associate Professor Jeff Feng, received a CITE grant to support student work in Adaptive Design Experimentation.
Unveiling Career Insights: UH Students Shine at exCITE Talks
University of Houston students shine at the fifth annual exCITE Talks competition, showcasing their experiential learning experiences in impactful presentations. Topics include work-life balance, community engagement, and mental health awareness, reflecting a strong focus on personal growth. The article highlights the university's dedication to experiential learning and its positive influence on students' career readiness.
NSM Students Dominate 2023 exCITE Talks Final Round
Five NSM undergraduates shone at the 2023 UH exCITE Talks competition, with three winners. Rosemarie Le conducted neuroscience research in Switzerland, Arushi Dheer combined art and medicine, and Paul Daniel researched cancer treatments. Danielle Henry focused on pediatric oncology, and Annan Khan studied environmental science at NASA. These experiences greatly impacted their development.
World Cultures & Literatures Interns Leave Positive Mark on Houston
The University of Houston's World Cultures and Literatures program organized impactful summer internships for undergraduate students at Houston's cultural institutions. Through hands-on experiences, students contributed to various projects and gained valuable skills, leaving a positive mark on the city's arts and culture scene. CITE funding supports the academic year World Cultures and Languages Internship program.
FrameWorks Student Researches Black Literature
Kalena Holeman, who participated in the CITE-funded FrameWorks undergraduate research program, is gaining prominence for her dynamic research at the crossroads of Black literature, culture, and gender. From comparing classics to curating digital exhibits, her work captivates. Bolstered by grants, Holeman exemplifies unwavering commitment. Engaging in diverse research programs, she's becoming a standout scholar, leaving her mark on literary and cultural studies.
Houston Nonprofits Gain Valuable Resources Thanks to Work of UH Students
University of Houston Students Aid Houston Nonprofits as Consultants During Summer Internship. The Social Economy and Enterprise Academy course pairs students with local nonprofits to offer valuable resources and expertise. Projects this year focus on increasing homeownership accessibility and making policy recommendations. The initiative benefits nonprofits and fosters practical experience for students pursuing public policy and economics studies.
UH Students Examine Climate, Environmental Changes Through Experiments in Alaska
University of Houston Students Conduct Field Experiments in Alaska to Study Climate and Environmental Changes. The NASA-inspired Undergraduate Student Instrument Project (USIP) allows students to design and launch instruments, measuring atmospheric data, gaseous compounds, microplastics, auroras, and ice wedges.
Blaffer Art and Design Among the Gems at Blaffer Art Museum
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Blaffer Art Museum on the University of Houston campus offers a unique experience of discovering and amplifying local, national, and international artists. With rotating exhibitions, a student-created art and design store, and a commitment to accessibility, this hidden gem invites visitors to explore a vibrant artistic hub.