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Farmyard and backyard chickens the world over have long been the happy recipients of family table scraps as a part of their regular diets, allowing households to not only reduce their food waste but to decrease the demand for new…
Technology Division Researchers Developing Healthy Organic Chicken Feed Using Mushroom Stems
Abdul Latif Khan, an assistant professor in the Cullen College of Engineering's Technology Division's Department of Engineering Technology, has received a research grant from the USDA to purchase instruments that will allow for…
Khan using new instruments for real-time photosynthesis monitoring
A University of Houston team of architects, engineers and designers will put their creative minds to the test as part of a new competition to design innovative, unique and fully operational homes to lead the housing…
UH Architecture and Engineering Team’s Thermodynamic House to Compete in Housing Event
Technology Project Management graduate student Ashutosh Kadukar recently earned the Project Management Institute's (PMI) prestigious Global Accreditation Center (GAC) scholarship award. The $3,000 scholarship is intended to…
Kadukar earns PMI Global Accreditation Center scholarship
The Project Management Institute (PMI), founded in 1969, is a leading global authority in project management. They curate resources, trainings and certifications for the project management profession in addition to promoting…
Technology Division's PMI group growing rapidly
Scientists may be on the verge of taking a big step closer to the net-zero carbon emissions goal, thanks to University of Houston research into algae. Hidden potential is being revealed in the major algae studies at the microbial…
Technology Division Researchers Uncover Algae’s Potential to Ease Climate Change Worries
Three student teams from the University of Houston recently took first, second, and third place at the inaugural Breakbulk Student Poster Competition at Breakbulk Americas in Houston, Texas – a successful sweep for the Technology…
SC&L students excel at Breakbulk poster competition
The Cullen College of Engineering is proud to announce 15 faculty promotions, effective starting the Fall 2023 semester. Promotions are listed by level, then alphabetically last name. All promotions are granted followed a…
Cullen promotes 15 faculty members for Fall 2023
The University of Houston celebrated the groundbreaking of a new $65 million academic building in ceremonies at the UH at Sugar Land instructional site. Before faculty, staff, students and community leaders, UH officials turned…
Officials Break Ground on New Technology Building at UH at Sugar Land Instructional Site
The world is full of good ideas, but only some of them become viable and real. “You don’t see the full impact of a good idea until someone figures out a way to convert it to a usable product or service that has value, brings it…
Cullen teams place in UH Energy's Innovation Commercialization Competition
New friends, free food, free stuff – what's not to love? The Cat's Back, the University of Houston's traditional welcome back event for new and returning students, took place late August as campus came back to life with the start…
Women in Technology lead the way for new semester
Technological innovation is a multi-faceted, globally driven landscape, with the sharing and exchanging of perspectives vital to growth, success and honing the cutting edge. This semester, the Technology Division is proud to be…
Technology Division Welcomes Trio of Moroccan Fulbright Scholars
The Cullen College of Engineering is proud to announce the hiring and promotion of 31 faculty members for the 2023-2024 academic year. All employees were hired after a competitive search process and multiple rounds of interviews…
Cullen College of Engineering welcomes 31 new faculty members
The work of a Cullen professor in imparting business philosophies to both students and practitioners has been recognized via an award from an international conference in June. Jamison V. Kovach, the PMI Houston Endowed Professor…
Kovach earns award for Lean Six Sigma expertise
Growing Field Opens Promising Opportunities in Human Sciences A new federally funded program at the University of Houston is meeting the growing need for well-trained professionals in the retailing and consumer science industry…
New Program Eases Obstacles for Qualified Students Seeking Careers in Retailing, Consumer Science
Returning at age 51 to finish a college degree at 54 – amid a global pandemic, no less – is a tall undertaking. Ann Clark, recognized at the May graduation ceremonies as the oldest graduate receiving a bachelor's degree in the…
HRD's Clark follows dreams, earns degree at 54
This summer, the University of Houston's student chapter of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) was awarded Gold Status by SME national leadership – a considerable accomplishment. This award recognizes outstanding…
Society of Manufacturing Engineers achieves Gold Status
With our lives more dependent than ever on digital networks, and the arrival of emerging technologies like the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence and Industry 5.0, the field of cybersecurity is booming. As cyberspace…
The Future of Cybersecurity Amidst Potential for Widescale, Multi-vector Attacks
“What is the statement you want to make here today?” That's the question that rings out to the crowd from Computer Science student and camp mentor Isaiah Johnson. He’s inquiring about toilet paper garment designs at an impromptu…
DesignYOU! Camp offers coding to Third Ward middle schoolers
A new research center led by the University of Houston is helping prevent potential cyberattacks that could threaten to impede the safe and efficient movement of people and goods in the United States and throughout the world.…
Information and Logistics Technology professor Leading the Way to Cyber Safety on Roads and Highways

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…