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The Cullen College of Engineering recognized the hard work and efforts of its entire workforce at the 2023-24 Faculty and Staff Excellence Awards, held during the Faculty-Staff Meeting on May 8. For a full gallery of photos from…
College recognizes outstanding personnel at 2023-24 Faculty and Staff Excellence Awards
The U.S. Information Technology Collegiate Conference (USITCC) 2024 Nationals were held in Louisiana last month, and the UH Cougars triumphed in both awards and accomplishments. UH's Future IT Professionals (FITP) organization…
Cougars shine at USITCC Nationals
Despite the looming specter of final exams, Supply Chain and Logistics Technology students spent the evening of April 26 polishing their resumes under the tutelage of industry executives at an event hosted by UH's Supply Chain…
SIDO, industry executives provides resume boost
REMINDER! You can view the ceremony live on YouTube by click here! Replay available shortly after as well. Hello there to all friends and family of the Cullen College of Engineering's Spring 2024 graduation class! In honor of…
 2024 Cullen Spring Commencement Live Blog - Ceremony 1
REMINDER! You can view the ceremony live on YouTube by click here! Replay available shortly after as well. Hello there to all friends and family of the Cullen College of Engineering's Spring 2024 graduation class! In honor of…
 2024 Cullen Spring Commencement Live Blog - Ceremony 2
The Offshore Technology Conference is recognizing two University of Houston Cougars — one alumnus and one faculty member — among the conference’s 2024 Emerging Leaders. They are among an esteemed group of 11 individuals earning a…
Two Cullen Cougars Named 2024 OTC Emerging Leaders
Technology Division senior Alexis Darr knows firsthand that success doesn't come easily, but as she prepares to graduate with her bachelor's degree in supply chain and logistics technology next month, it's clear that her…
Tech Division grad Darr sets sights on NASA
Lauren Draper, a Spring 2024 Technology Division graduate, embraces destiny as she reflects on her journey to the University of Houston, unveiling passion despite unexpected turns, and her plans post-graduation. What factors…
HRD grad Draper describes UH journey
When Marissa Seshadri was looking at ways to earn a master's degree, it was important for her that the school offered flexible learning programs. After all, she already had a full-time job. That is ultimately part of why the…
CM graduate Seshadri stresses family, workplace as reasons for success
When Ruth Posada walks across the stage on May 11 to accept her master's degree in Information Technology Project Management, it will be in recognition of her dogged perseverance that included a fight against multiple forms of…
Posada fights cancer, earns degree with support from her network
Assistant Professor of Human Resource Development (HRD) Tomika W. Greer has been recognized with the Excellence in Critical HRD award at this year's Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD) international research conference…
Greer takes home Excellence in Critical HRD award
Some might say that the writing is on the wall when it comes to digital security. For Technology Division alum Prathibha Muraleedhara, who earned her master's degree in cybersecurity at the University of Houston, it might be more…
Cybersecurity alum Muraleedhara now published author
Associate professor of biotechnology Venkatesh Balan has been honored with the International Association of Advanced Materials' Advanced Material Award for his Department of Defense grant-sponsored work with chitin — the…
Biotech's Balan earns IAAM award
Supply Chain and Logistics Technology Program Director Margaret Kidd was recently featured on the cover of Breakbulk Magazine — a bimonthly worldwide project cargo and breakbulk shipping industry publication — in a surprising…
SCLT’S Kidd featured on cover of international magazine
Retailing and Consumer Science lecturer Blake Mudd was recently honored with the New Achiever Award at this year's American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Texas (AAFCS-TX) Annual Conference. This recognition comes…
Tech Division's Mudd earns New Achiever Award
More than 450 high school students from 12 Houston Independent School District (HISD) schools recently visited UH's Sugar Land Instructional Site for a hands-on day of learning and exploration as part of the Technology Division's…
Sugar Land hosts HISD students for hands-on Catapult Career Summit
The Transportation Cybersecurity Center for Advanced Research and Education (CYBER-CARE), founded in 2023 and led by the University of Houston, recently sponsored two workshops focusing on cyber-security in Washington, D.C.…
CYBER-CARE sponsors security workshops
Information Science Technology (IST) Department Chair Amaury Lendasse, Ph.D., is a Technology Division professor and researcher whose published works have just surpassed 10,000 lifetime citations. We sat down with him to mark the…
IST Chair Lendasse exceeds 10,000 citations
In the Fall, the Technology Division was proud to host three Fulbright scholars from the kingdom of Morocco. This coming academic year, Technology Division assistant professor of digital media Elizabeth Rodwell, Ph.D., will begin…
Rodwell traveling to Japan as Fulbright scholar
Jian Shi, an assistant professor at the Cullen College of Engineering with a dual appointment to the Engineering Technology and Electrical & Computer Engineering departments, won't soon forget his son's 10th birthday. It's…
ECE, Engineering Technology's Shi earns CAREER award

News Stories Published Before March 1, 2023

Prior to March 1, 2023, the College of Technology was a stand alone college within the University of Houston system. This college has merged with the Cullen College of Engineering and is now the Technology Division at the Cullen College of Engineering.
Earlier this month, Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher took the time to return home to Texas' Seventh Congressional District and the greater Houston area for several days of…
The first thing you should know about futurists is that we don’t practice futurism. “Futurism,” as Wikipedia can tell you, refers to a 20th-century, Fascist-Party-adjacent…
Prominent entrepreneur and University of Houston Distinguished Alumnus Brij Agrawal and his wife, Sunita, have pledged $1 million to fund manufacturing laboratory equipment at the…
A new student organization encourages members to be innovative as they fold in leadership and academic learning into practice. The Technology and Innovation Leaders of…
Sugar Land, TX – Student interns from the University of Houston College of Technology’s Leadership and Innovation Management Program are impressing City of Sugar Land…
Over a six-week period during the summer of 2022, twelve high school teachers participated in a Research Experience for Teachers (RET) site program hosted by the College of…
The DesignYou Code Camps for students are one-week academic camps for students entering grades six through eight in fall 2022. Sponsored by the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC)…
The University of Houston (UH) College of Technology biotechnology department hosted 29 high school students for Pathway to University Programs on June 13-15 to…
In collaboration with the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Academy, the computer information systems (CIS) program at the College of Technology is the first university program to…
First-generation college students frequently have a more challenging experience acclimating to college than students whose parents have college degrees, but a University of…