What’s happening with the Technology Alumni Association?

saveSave the Date: Next TAA Mixer, August 10, Fuego’s Saloon, 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Alumni mixers are great for networking with others and for learning about how the UH Technology Alumni Association is making an impact on the Houston community.  Come out and meet as many other Technology Alumni as you can, discuss your endeavors, and make some powerful connections.

The Technology Alumni Association is holding the next mixer on Thursday, August 10, 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at Fuego’s Saloon. For more details, watch for an email and keep up to date on our Facebook page and news and events page.

75The College of Technology’s 75th Anniversary

The University of Houston hosted the 75th Anniversary & Alumni Awards Reception at the Houstonian Hotel. We are honored to have and celebrate with so many COT Alumni. This event was emceed by KRPC channel 2’s Jennifer Reyna and alumni were honored so see so many distinguished guests.

bannerUH Alumni Association Banner Awards 2017

The 2017 Banner Awards ceremony was held at the University of Houston Alumni Center, June 21. The Technology Alumni Association reached the Platinum Level, the highest level that carries a prize of $2,500. The TAA won the award for the programs produced by hard-working members. View photos of the event on Flickr here.

Upcoming Events

The Technology Alumni Association is continuing to support our college, students and alumni in the following events. More information is coming soon.




Q3- Mixer


Shazia Khan and Richard Gannon

Q4- Mixer


Shazia Khan and Richard Gannon

Meet the Alumni



Fall 2017 

Minela Bajrovic

Are you interested in getting involved with the Technology Alumni Association? The TAA is seeking volunteers to help with the board and committees. Roles vary in scope and commitment, so there is something for everyone’s interest. 

Contact TAA at COTAlumni@gmail.com for more information.

Alumni Spotlight

davidAlumnus David Garza reflects on the meaning of Father’s Day

“My father, Dan Garza, has always been my definition for success. Now that I have a son of my own, I am proud to pass on the knowledge, wisdom and experience that my father gave to me”.

(David Garza, ‘17)

The father of four boys, Dan Garza decided to make a bold life-changing move as he moved into his early 50s. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Technology Leadership and Supervision ('05) at the University of Houston College of Technology. Five years later, he pursued his Master of Science in Technology Project Management. With admiration, his son David Garza said, “He gained the knowledge, wisdom, and experience to make something of himself, while balancing the challenges of working full-time”.

”We are a family of Coogs and we will continue as leaders of a tradition of education, and building a ‘nation of Coogs’, which is why this past Father’s Day, I surprised my dad by getting him a UHAA life membership, to show him how much him being an alum means.”