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2016 STEM Challenge

The Bridges to STEM Careers (BSC) program, with funding from the National Science Foundation, will host its annual STEM Challenge on April 9th, 2016 at University of Houston-Clear Lake.

For more information or to register for the 2016 STEM Challenge, visit http://bsc.uhcl.edu or email Abeysekera at abeysekera@uhcl.edu or call 281-283-3831.

Pre-Engineering Program

By enrolling in a pre-engineering program at UHCL, student will have the opportunity to explore five different engineering degree paths at an affordable cost. It's a great way to test the waters of an engineering degree, before fully committing to the major. Throughout the program, students will be immersed in the physics, chemistry, mathematics and computer science instruction they need to be prepared for a future in engineering.

While in Pre-Engineering, students will also enroll in typical university core curriculum and foundational curriculum courses. After completing the coursework, student may apply for admission to the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering upon satisfaction of UH transfer admission standards. These students may also retain the option to stay at UHCL, and obtain an Engineering degree from UHCL or transfer to any other university in the country.

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Certificate in Network Management & Security
The Network Management & Security certificate is composed of a series of four classes, and each class prepares the trainee for passing an industry-recognized and demanded certification exam. The phased approach covers a single topic group each week, respectively: Fundamentals of Information Security, Introduction to Networking Technologies, Cisco Routing and Switching, and Network Security. Register Now!

 Newsletter | Spring 2016
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.

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Students Leadership Banquet
Congratulations Anton Dubrovskiy, Assistant Professor of Chemistry for receiving two awards at Students Leadership Banquet
  1. The Meritorious Service Key Faculty Award
  2. The advisor of the Year Award

UH-Clear Lake Online Environmental Science Program Nationally Ranked

Nonprofit Colleges Online ranked University of Houston-Clear Lake seventh in affordability among 35 online environmental science master’s degree programs nationwide.

Beyond affordability and flexibility, UHCL’s online Master of Science in Environmental Science degree program also offers a multi-disciplinary approach taught by dedicated faculty members, said Program Chair and Professor of Environmental Science Chunlong (Carl) Zhang. While students in the online program focus on either a general track or an occupational safety and health track, they have access to courses in environmental biology, chemistry, geology and industrial hygiene for a well-rounded view of the discipline.

“Our program provides a good opportunity for students to have a diversity of courses to choose from,” Zhang said. “They choose based on their interests and backgrounds.”

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Texas Academy of Science Award Winner

We are pleased to announce that biology major Ernest North received the top undergraduate research award this weekend at the Texas Academy of Science meeting in Junction. Ernest’s project, “Do bacteria help species become invasive: comparative metagenomics of native and introduced snail gut microbiomes,” was funded for $2,000 and includes one year of membership in the society. Ernest will be completing the research under Dr. Russell Minton supervision this year and presenting his results at the 2017 TAS and freshwater mollusk meetings.


 
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