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Graduate Program in Human Resources Develops Global Leaders, Professionals

Students who pursue studies in the University of Houston Executive Human Resource Development (HRD) program are looking for a competitive career advantage.

Volunteers take initiative to help improve historic Third Ward

The University of Houston and Third Ward have formed a powerful partnership that works toward improving the neighborhood by progressing education, strengthening businesses, and celebrating the culture and history of the area.

First Cohort of Study Abroad Scholars Spend a Semester in France

During a meeting at the Consulate General of France in Houston, students presented highlights of their experiences at University of Paris-Sud.

Transportation system research will lead to improved Texas highway planning

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has awarded $349,884 to the University of Houston and the University of Texas at Austin for a two-year project, “Quantification of the Performance of Preventive Maintenance and Rehabilitation Strategies.” The principal investigator of the UH research team is Dr. Lu Gao, associate professor of construction management in the College of Technology.

How to bring your telecom networking skills up to speed quickly

The University of Houston mobile networking technology training program equips professionals with skills, confidence, and credibility to plan, design, operate, and manage the future’s advanced telecommunications networking and service environments.

Alumni Awards Gala Set for December 5

The College of Technology will celebrate its alumni for their outstanding service and professional accomplishments at the Technology Alumni Awards Gala on December 5, 2018.

Covia Taps Technology Professor for Lean Six Sigma Training

Dr. Jamison V. Kovach, associate professor and director of the University of Houston College of Technology Lean Six Sigma Professional Training Program has connected with Covia, a mineral and materials solutions provider for the industrial and energy markets.

Technology Graduate Programs Achieve STEM Designation

The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has announced that the Construction Management and Supply Chain and Logistics Master of Science degree programs at the University of Houston College of Technology have earned the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) designation.

Digital Media Professor Receives Education Award of Excellence

Printing Industries of America (PIA) has announced that Dr. Jerry Waite of the University of Houston College of Technology received the 2017 Education Award of Excellence.

Information and Logistics Technology Welcomes New Department Chair

Dr. Enrique Barbieri has been named department chair for the University of Houston College of Technology Information and Logistics Technology (ILT) Department. The appointment began August 1, 2018.

Conklin Inducted into Cyber Hall of Honor

Dr. Wm. Art Conklin, information system security professor, was inducted into the San Antonio Cyber Hall of Honor Tuesday, August 14, at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center.

Foresight Program Receives USDA Grant to Aid Forest Service Policy-Makers

Dr. Andy Hines, assistant professor and coordinator of the Foresight Graduate Program has received $ 10,000 to continue work for the Strategic Foresight Group of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service.

STEAM Summer Camp Promotes College-Going Identity and Student Success

A summer enrichment program designed to provide migrant students and their families with exposure to college-going identity and student success was held at the University of Houston College of Technology, July 9 through 20.

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.