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The Technology Division of the University of Houston's Cullen College of Engineering is the recipient of a generous donation of biotechnology equipment from Alaunos Therapeutics. The Houston-based, clinical-stage biotechnology…
Houston BioTech Donation Enriches UH Program, Prepares Future Professionals
Despite the lack of formal User Experience (UX) degree programs, and the general confusion and disagreement about what areas of study such a degree would require, UX careers are very hot with employers from many industries…
UH User Experience Lab, Tech Division's Rodwell in High Demand
Whether preferring to shop for new designer goods, visit the farmer's market or frequent the local “buy nothing” webpage, every individual in a community is, at some level, a consumer. Consumption concerns the acquisition of food…
Johnson, Mudd named as AAFCS-TX officers
The University of Houston's Port of the Future Conference – a yearly international event focusing on the operational, infrastructural and security challenges that seaports face on a daily basis – is a gathering of some of the…
Guests dock at UH for 4th annual Port of the Future Conference
So many things we interact with daily are powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI), but recent developments in general AI - where AI learns and then makes decisions on its own – have prompted a very heated public debate regarding…
Liao, CougAR Lab exploring the good, the bad, the inevitable of AI
The Cullen College of Engineering's Technology Division presented awards to recognize six faculty, staff and students for their commitment to excellence during the Faculty and Staff Excellence Awards ceremony at their end of…
Technology Division honors 6 at 2023 Excellence Awards
The Cullen College of Engineering's Technology Division might not seem like the most likely place to find an internship partnership with menswear giant Tailored Brands, but that's exactly where you'd have found them earlier this…
Supply Chain & Logistics, IE partners with Tailored Brands to offer students opportunities
The Engineering Technology Luminary Award recognizes top-performing students who have demonstrated excellence in engineering technology in the Technology Division at the Cullen College of Engineering. Shivaani Suresh Kanna has…
Meet Shivaani Suresh Kanna, Spring 2023 Engineering Technology Luminary Award winner
This Spring, more than 150 dedicated, tech-savvy students from five Texas universities gathered in the UH Student Center Ballroom to collaboratively solve a set of carefully crafted, brain-teasing computing and networking…
cloudathon@UH continues to grow with 2023 edition
Professor Xingpeng Li Recognized as ‘Emerging Leader’ for Contributions to Offshore Power Systems and Security University of Houston energy experts will be front and center at the 2023 Offshore Technology Conference on May 1–4.…
UH Energy Experts to Share Insight and Knowledge at OTC 2023
UH-Led Research Team Develops Efficient, Cost Effective Method for Removing Excess Nutrients and Metal Salts Along Gulf Coast To find a fast, efficient way to clear harmful chemicals along the Gulf of Mexico coastline,…
Researchers Turn to the Power of Native Aquatic Plants to Clean Coastal Waters
University of Houston researchers are developing a program to teach small-scale, underserved and limited resources (SULR) farmers how to improve their crop production by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing carbon…
Researchers Study How Underserved Farmers Can Improve Crop, Impact Climate Change

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…