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School of Science and Computer Engineering Newsletter
Wagner-Peyser Grant-Sponsored Cyber Security Readiness Training
Training provider: The Cyber Security Institute
Training dates: June | September, 2015
Training location: Delta Building, University of Houston-Clear Lake
Through a workforce training grant led by the BayTech, UHCL is offering a workforce training opportunity in Network Management & Security training to currently unemployed military veterans (or discharged soon), aerospace workers, or others (in that priority).
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STEM Challenge 2015

The Bridges to STEM Careers (BSC) program, with funding from the National Science Foundation, hosted its annual STEM Challenge on April 11th, 2015 in the Student Services Building at UHCL. 18 teams made up of 62 members participated in the competition at two levels. Winners and participants won prizes including scholarships, internships, robotics kits and various other gifts. Click here for more Information..

Physics Lecture Series Spring 2015 Seminar Series
Our Spring Seminar Series exposes a general audience to ongoing research in Physics and Space Science. This seminar takes place every week during the spring semester, in conjunction with the Research Project and Seminar class (PHYS 6838) and the Modern Physics Research Seminar class (PHYS 4732). These talks are open to the public. Continuing education credits are available
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 Newsletter | Spring 2015
The SCE Newsletter is  for faculty, staff, students, university friends and community members to help them feel connected with the School of Science and Computer Engineering. This newsletter will tell our success stories, inspire with feature stories about what people are doing at all levels across our school.

IEEE Region 5 Outstanding Branch Counselor Award
Hakduran Koc, Ph.D. We are pleased to inform everyone that Hakduran Koc has been selected to receive the IEEE Region 5 Outstanding Branch Counselor Award. Congratulations on this achievement.

IEEE Student Branch at UHCL will receive the Outstanding Student Branch Award as well; it has been the case that both the branch and the counselor receive the award. The official announcement will be made this Saturday, April 18 in New Orleans, LA at the IEEE Region 5 Annual Meeting.

Summer Orientation
The Office of Orientation and New Student Programs will be hosting a total of 11 orientation sessions throughout the summer.  The dates and times are listed below.  Orientation is mandatory for all incoming undergraduate students (including transfer students) and remains optional for graduate students. 
SOAR (Student Orientation and Registration) for 0-29 credit hour students and/or all first-time in college students:
June 12, 19 and 27
July 10, 16 and 18
August 18
*All SOAR sessions are from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. and will include individual academic advising appointments, registering for classes, meeting campus resources and interacting with peers.  Each session will have a maximum of 42 students in attendance and including guests, we anticipate 80-100 people in attendance on those days.  Check-in will take place in Atrium I. 

NSO (New Student Orientation) for all 30+ credit hour students who are not first-time in college students:

May 21 from 1:00 – 7:00 p.m.
June 30 from 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
July 21 from 1:00 – 7:00 p.m.
August 15 from 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.  (graduate students specifically invited to attend this session)
*The day includes much information regarding campus resources and services as well as academic advising meetings by school.  We hope to have 150-200 students in attendance for each NSO.  With guests, the total may be closer to 250 or 300 each day.  Check-in will take place in Atrium II.    

If you have any questions regarding orientation. We can be reached via email or 281-283-2420.

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