LINCOLN SCOTT - The city of Houston and the University of Houston go hand in hand. 1 in 7 Houstonians who have a BA received it from the University of Houston, and Lincoln Scott, a first generation cougar from Virginia, plans on continuing that tradition with plans to live in Houston after graduation. Lincoln, a marketing major at the C.T. Bauer College of Business, is well on his way to launching his career in one of the nation’s fastest growing cities.
THE ENERGY EXPERTS - UH piqued the interest of the United States Congress when performing industry-defining work with the training programs we’re implementing in the energy sector. Acting Vice President and Vice Chancellor for Research and Technology Transfer Ramanan Krishnamoorti was recently invited to speak before select members of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce. They were interested to learn about our success in addressing the demand for energy workers.
CLEAR VISION - Ashley Atencio, a student in the University of Houston College of Optometry (UHCO), had her eye on the future when she chose to become a Cougar. UH is one of only 21 optometry schools in the nation and the only program with an on-site surgery center. We're graduating powerhouse optometrists like Ashley, who's ready to launch her career at the University of Houston.
Faculty from the C. T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston are examining how organizations position retirement to employees, finding that many companies see it as a human resources issue rather than also a marketing opportunity.
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RAGDE QUINTERO - We’re located at the intersection of Diversity and Opportunity. Look no further than first generation Cougar Ragde Quintero for the proof. Born in Venezuela and now working on her dual degrees in psychology and civil engineering, she contributes to the bustling international hub known as Houston.