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Mechanical Engineering Technology Professor Invited to Deliver Keynote Address at Advanced Materials Conference

Francisco Robles Hernández, associate professor of mechanical engineering technology, will be the keynote speaker at the Conference of the South African Advanced Materials Initiative (CoSAAMI). A Republic of South Africa Department of Science and Technology (DST) initiative, the conference will be held at the Riverside Sun Hotel in Vanderbijlpark, South Africa, October 22 – 25, 2019.

Hackathon Challenges Technology Students to Solve Real World Business Concerns

University of Houston students from computer information systems, digital media, and engineering technology programs participated in a one-day “UHacks” event co-sponsored by Sysco and Amazon Web Services (AWS), April 19.

Tuition-Free Summer Technology Camps Help Draw Middle Schoolers to STEM

The College of Technology at the University of Houston has secured funding from the Texas Workforce Commission to help make a difference in the lives of middle school girls.

Fulbright Scholar’s experience will enrich smart buildings research

Soumaya El Barrak, a doctoral student from the University of Abdelmalek Essaadi, National School of Applied Sciences of Tangier (ENSA-Tanger) in Morocco, is visiting the University of Houston College of Technology as a Fulbright Scholar.

Associate Dean wins University of Houston Global Faculty Award

The University of Houston has recognized associate dean for academic affairs and professor on engineering technology, Dr. Heidar Malki for his leadership of internationally related activities.

Digital media students present their best work at annual Digifest

The University of Houston College of Technology held a spring 2019 showcase where senior digital media students displayed their portfolios and networked with visiting employers. This year’s DigiFest event was held February 26 at the University of Houston at Sugar Land.

Foresight professor will help guide the future of higher education in Thailand

Dr. Andy Hines, assistant professor of foresight, has earned a Fulbright Fellowship to work on the internationalization of higher education with the Bureau at Higher Education Commission (OHEC) for the Thailand Ministry of Education in Bangkok.

Supply Chain and Logistics Technology Senior Receives Accolades for Blockchain Presentation

The Houston chapter of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals hosts an annual Student Competition and Mentor Day Luncheon where students enrolled in supply chain and/or logistics degree programs are encouraged to share their research and insights.

Graduating an Innovation-Ready Workforce

"Innovation" is a popular buzzword these days, but leaders at the University of Houston's College of Technology say its meaning shouldn’t be a mystery: Creative thinking and problem-solving are skills that can be taught.

Sterling Aviation Early High School Students Receive Early Preparation for Logistics Careers

An innovative partnership launched by the University of Houston College of Technology and Sterling Aviation Early College High School, has been designed for students in the high school’s Houston Community College (HCC) dual credit logistics and global supply chain management course.

Engineering Technology Student’s Work at NASA Earns Innovation Achievement Award

As an engineering technician intern at the NASA Johnson Space Center Rapid Prototyping Lab (RPL), Pedro Saiz has had undreamed-of opportunities to gain real-world applied industry experience during the past year.

Career-Ready Technology Students Look Forward to Spring Career Fair

University of Houston College of Technology graduates experience high job placement rates, with many earning salaries above national averages for their career areas.

College of Technology Fall 2018 Class Reflects Goals for Continued Growth

The momentum for growth and expansion of the University of Houston College of Technology continues at an invigorating pace as demonstrated by the number of degrees awarded to exceptional students. The College celebrated another phenomenal commencement season with 630 graduating students in fall 2018.

COT Students Place High in CyberForce Competition

A total of six College of Technology students competed against students representing 65 universities in a CyberForce Competition (CFC) exercise hosted by the Department of Energy at Argonne National Lab in Illinois during the fall semester.