Posted on “I’ve been in the cyber security arena for more than 15 years. I’m here because I want to make the next generation of tech workers.”
Posted on “You’re a Coog for life. I’ll always be UH for sure,” she said.
Posted on “It’s an amazing thing to see the impact industrial design can have on people’s lives.” Research has shown that individuals with disabilities who play adaptive sports, like wheelchair racing, have better mental health, employment and physical health. Two teams of Industrial Design students from the College of Architecture made wheelchair racers for middle and high […]
Posted on “I am interested in optical sensing and imaging to read biomedical signals from the body.”
Posted on “My goal in life was to be a musician.”
Posted on Jupiter, Saturn and its moon Titan—ancient celestial neighbors providing new information about Earth.
Posted on “You’re listening to Coog Radio, powered by TDECU, student-run radio from the University of Houston.”
Posted on “I think students see this as another demonstration of our commitment to provide them with the tools and resources that will help eliminate the threat of this from happening on our campus.”
Posted on A high school rite of passage, trudging through intimidating language and hard to access stories.
Posted on “Workplaces have become fairer, but when there are competing life demands I don’t think we’ve been as successful as we could be or should be,”
Posted on “All these different advances in computer science and we can dream of doing things like this. This is like the revolution that we’re trying to create.”
Posted on The vocalist recites a composition titled “Getting to Know Your Body.”
Posted on The University of Houston Public Art Collection and Houston’s prestigious Menil Collection are partnering for the first time.
Posted on “Obesity is the most pressing issue that we have facing us today,”
Posted on “When we started, there were 20, maybe 30, small Latino magazine ventures, and over the ‘70s there were three or four publishers of note. Today, we are the largest, and probably the most professionalized, Latino publisher in the country.”