The College of Technology continues its commitment to producing graduates who are career ready. In fact, 72% of graduates from the college have a job or job offer in hand at graduation. One aspect of this commitment is the work done by the college’s Career Services office to produce the best possible career fairs for CoT students.
The City of Houston and Microsoft announced a new partnership that includes the University of Houston College of Technology to support workforce development and digital skills training in the Houston community.
The global reach of the University of Houston Supply Chain and Logistics program is extended further with the addition of Lars Greiner, senior consultant for HPC Hamburg Port Consulting GmbH, to the industry advisory board. As an innovative shipping and logistics executive with proven success in consulting, planning and the optimization of logistics processes for 500 international companies and EPCs
Abeer Asad graduated from the University of Houston in May 2020 with a B.S. in Computer Information Systems (CIS) and a minor in Technology Leadership and Innovation Management. A recipient of the College of Technology Deans Medal of Academic Excellence in May 2020, she graduated with Summa Cum Laude honors. Asad achieved the College of Technology Dean's List, 2017-2020, was awarded the Chevron Student Scholarship, 2019-2020, and the UH Academic Excellence Scholarship, 2017-2020.
The first in a series of six free one-hour monthly webinars, “Business Resumption in a Global Pandemic Environment,” will be held Thursday, July 30th, 12:00 p.m. Industry leaders will discuss how ports of entry and the transportation and logistics industries can navigate through the global pandemic. The webinar series will lead into a major Port of the Future Conference planned for March 2021.
Listeria contaminations can send food processing facilities into full crisis mode with mass product recalls, federal warnings and even hospitalization or death for people who consume the contaminated products. Destroying the bacterium and stopping its spread can be challenging because of the formation of biofilms, or communities of resistant bacteria that adhere to drains or other surfaces.
The emergence of COVID-19 in the spring did more than send people home from schools and offices. It had the potential to disrupt capstone projects, even graduation, for some students. A graduate cybersecurity class at the University of Houston found the answer in a video game.
The University of Houston Digital Media program in the College of Technology prepares graduates with high-level competencies across a range of print and digital media technologies. With the accelerating adoption of new communication platforms, students need to possess a thorough knowledge of transmedia marketing skills to help employers optimize their business communication investments.
University of Houston College of Technology digital media student, Kelis Woods has been awarded the Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation (PGSF) Scholarship. The foundation is a not-for-profit organization that provides technical school, as well as undergraduate and graduate fellowship assistance to those who are interested in a career in graphic communications.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration awarded a $2.8M grant to develop an Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) program. Gearing, Kovach, and Washburn won a $500,000 subcontract award to evaluate the AOT program outcomes and ensure alignment with participants’ needs, state laws, and goals
A panel of global supply chain experts will challenges in planning and navigating the unprecedented challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, supply-side and demand-side shocks, natural disasters and social unrest, Thursday, June 18, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m., CST.