UHCL News

UHCL researcher: E. coli levels fall in new test of Clear Lake waters

September 13, 2017 | Jim Townsend

UHCL researcher: E. coli levels fall in new test of Clear Lake waters

E. coli bacteria levels in Clear Lake have fallen to levels well below federal safety thresholds, says a University of Houston-Clear Lake microbiologist who has been testing the waters since Tropical Storm Harvey flooding.

UHCL faculty research briefs

August 24, 2017 | Jim Townsend

UHCL faculty research briefs

Nguyen, Harman tackle processing efficiency for space station simulations; Hsu investigates trust attitudes among correctional officers.

Robotics and AI Day provides a showcase of what is, what can be

August 14, 2017 | Jim Townsend

Robotics and AI Day provides a showcase of what is, what can be

Three wide-eyed middle-school students stood over Turtlebot 3 “Burger,” one of the latest robots procured by University of Houston-Clear Lake’s Center for Robotics Software. Under eight inches tall, it doesn’t look much like a robot. It doesn’t look anything at all like a turtle, let alone a hamburger.

Short Takes

August 01, 2017 | Katherine Adams

Short Takes

Protecting yourself, your business from cyber thieves, learning network management and security fundamentals -- and Mercury orchestra to open Bayou Theater season.

UHCL promotes 11 faculty members

July 26, 2017 | Jim Townsend

UHCL promotes 11 faculty members

University of Houston-Clear Lake recently promoted 11 faculty members, six of whom were elevated from assistant professors to associate professors with tenure, while five ascended from associate professors to full professors.

Short Takes

July 25, 2017 | Katherine Adams

Short Takes

Hone leadership skills in the Center for Executive Education’s Management and Leadership Certificate Program. Fall registration is open through Aug. 25 for enrolled students; Welcome Back Bash set for Sept. 1.

Student’s research aims to improve industrial safety

June 14, 2017 | George Mattingly II

Student’s research aims to improve industrial safety

Through her ongoing research on chemical-protective clothing, University of Houston-Clear Lake environmental science graduate student Brittany Brown hopes to improve worker safety.

UHCL Swarmathon team pushing robotics to new frontiers

June 09, 2017 | Jim Townsend

UHCL Swarmathon team pushing robotics to new frontiers

A team of University of Houston-Clear Lake computer engineering students, in partnership with students from San Jacinto College North, recently took fourth place in NASA’s 2017 Swarmathon, moving up from sixth place in 2016 amid tougher competition.

UH-Clear Lake hosts Center for Robotic Software with kickoff event

June 02, 2017 | Jim Townsend

UH-Clear Lake hosts Center for Robotic Software with kickoff event

University of Houston-Clear Lake is launching the Center for Robotics Software, a collaborative effort between academic and industry partners involved in the advancement of robotics.

Building innovation: STEM and Classroom facility

May 01, 2017 | Staff

Building innovation: STEM and Classroom facility

A $65.7 million STEM and Classroom Building, which will open in fall 2018, will help attract more students to science and technology careers and provide room for the continuing intellectual growth of faculty. It also provides fresh opportunities for partnerships and more dialogue with the area’s high-tech industries.

Families, friends invited to celebrate UHCL graduates

April 25, 2017 | Jim Townsend

Families, friends invited to celebrate UHCL graduates

Celebrate the graduate in your family or group of friends when University of Houston-Clear Lake graduating students don caps and gowns to receive diplomas in two commencement events, Sunday, May 14.