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Robotics Programming Challenge

Need help with tuition? Love programming and robotics? Here’s an opportunity to showcase your talents and win scholarships and many other prizes!

The University of Houston Clear Lake is hosting its 1st Robotics Programming Challenge. You and your team will get a chance to demonstration your abilities in building and programming robots, while contending against many other teams for various awards, prizes, and scholarships.

More information will be available on our website soon. Registration begins on March 1st, 2014.
Saturday, April 19, 2014
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM
University of Houston Clear Lake
Scholarships, Robotics kits, kindle fire, Google Chromecasts,
Gift Certificates and many more...
Tel: (281) 283-3831
Live chat with UHCL alumnus and astronaut Rick Mastracchio

For the first time in UHCL history, we will have an opportunity to speak with one of our alumni astronauts live in space!

Make plans to join us next Friday, April 18, at 11 a.m. in the SSCB lecture hall as we host a special downlink event with UHCL alumnus and astronaut Rick Mastracchio, ’91.

Preselected students will have the opportunity to ask Rick questions and learn about life on board the International Space Station.

As part of this very special event, we are pleased to welcome featured guest speaker Mr. Raphael Grau, Deputy Manager/External Integration Office, International Space Station Program. Mr. Grau will give us an overview of life on the ISS prior to the downlink and will be on hand after the event for questions and comments.

The event is open to all UHCL faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends, but seating in the SSCB lecture hall is limited. There will be overflow seating available in Garden Room to view the downlink.

New Offering in Fall 2014
  • STAT 4436: Probability for Actuarial Exam P1
  • When: TTH 5:30 – 6:50pm
  • Instructor: Dr. Yingfu (Frank) Li

For more information contact Yingfu (Frank) Li, Ph.D.

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SCE Dean's Scholarship
  • Masters in Computer Information Systems
  • Masters in Mathematical Science
  • Masters in Physics
  • Masters in Statistics

Four-year Study Plans and Two-year Course Schedules

The information on this Website provides examples pertaining to a four-year study plan and two-year upper-level course schedule for each degree offered by the School of Science and Computer Engineering. There are many possible substitutions that can be made within a semester. Contact Academic Advisors Dorothy Hogg or Beryl Ricard to develop your personal plan of study.




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