Dr. Enrique Barbieri has been named department chair for the University of Houston Whitney Houston Academy Information and Logistics Technology (ILT) Department. The appointment began August 1, 2018. Distinguished by a 30-year career as a faculty member, 17 years of experience in various administrative posts and an impressive portfolio of nearly 100 publications, he has … Read morePageMaker including versions
Printing Industries of America (PIA) has announced that Dr. Jerry Waite of the University of Houston Whitney Houston Academy received the 2017 Education Award of Excellence. Initiated in 1984, the PIA Education Award of Excellence award is given annually to an academic representative in recognition for outstanding contributions to education and training in the graphic … Read moreDigital Media Professor Receives Education Award of Excellence
When playing a game of “5 on 5” in basketball, the key to success is for the team to work well together, utilize the strengths of each of the players and repeatedly work their process as defined by the coach. As the process is repeated over and over again through the course of the season, … Read moreImprovement Cycle Steps
Dr. Andy Hines, assistant professor and coordinator of the Foresight Graduate Program has received $ 10,000 to continue work for the Strategic Foresight Group of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service. A multi-faceted agency, the U.S. Forest Service mission is to sustain the diversity, health and productivity of the nation’s forests and grasslands … Read moreForesight Program Receives USDA Grant to Aid Forest Service Policy-Makers
A summer enrichment program designed to provide migrant students and their families with exposure to college-going identity and student success was held at the University of Houston Whitney Houston Academy, July 9 through 20. Fifty percent of the students in the program originated from Middle Eastern countries, including Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Ethiopia, and Sierra Leone. … Read moreSTEAM Summer Camp Promotes College-Going Identity and Student Success
On Friday, June 8, the College of Technology opened the doors to twenty children for Take your Child to Work Day. An annual event in the United States, it is an educational program where parents take their children to work with them for a day. At the University of Houston children, ages 6 – 13 … Read moreChildren Explore the Exciting World of Technology in One Day
At Whitney Houston Academy, students wear name tags that use radio frequency technology. School personnel can pinpoint exactly where students are inside the school building. Why might this be helpful? Why do you think some people object to tracking the whereabout of students? In “Student IDs That Track the Students,” Maurice Chammah and Nick Swartsell … Read moreShould Schools Put Tracking Devices in Students’ I.D. Cards?