As a distinguished member of the information technology (IT) industry, Sean Joseph always knew he wanted to be an entrepreneur. Since his early success in a high school business entrepreneurship team, Joseph knew that he just needed the right time and opportunity to start his journey as a business owner.
The College of Technology is joining The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) in celebrating Women in Construction Week March 7-13, 2021 by exploring how our students and faculty have experienced being a woman in the construction industry.
A new student organization in the College of Technology seeks to highlight the accomplishments of female students and professionals in the Construction Management field. Under the advisement of Dr. Lingguang Song, a group of students is forming Women in Construction to provide support to female students in a predominately male industry.
Three Engineering Technology faculty members, Driss Benhaddou (Lead), Lei Fan, and Jian Shi, collaborated with HARC-Houston Advanced Research Center (lead institution), Rice University, and Furgo to receive a $1.9M grant from Department of Energy (DoE), Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO).
For Black History Month, the College of Technology honors our black alumni for their amazing achievements. We know our current students can look up to them as role models and proof that a technology degree is only the beginning. We checked in with a few of our alumni to see how they are proceeding with their lives and careers.
After nearly seven years of building a successful business, the entrepreneurs of Gutier pay it forward through their involvement with the University of Houston College of Technology. Co-founders Michael Gutierrez and Jorge Mancilla have devoted their time at Gutier to finding ways to give back to their community.
The Supply Chain & Logistics Technology bachelor’s and master’s degree plans at the University of Houston are now accredited by The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), allowing students to apply for membership upon graduation and use the CILT credential after their name. This marks the first such distinction for any academic program in the United States.