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Newsletter - Summer 2016

The CSE Newsletter is for faculty, staff, students, university friends and community members to help them feel connected with the College of Science and Engineering. This newsletter will tell our success stories, inspire with feature stories about what people are doing at all levels across our college.

UHCL Creates Expert Advisory Board

Standing, from left, are Bob Mitchell, Kam Lulla, Dave Martin, Denise S. Navarro, "Yanni" Andreas Charalambous, Mark M. Gittleman, Roger Blackburn, Advisory Board Chairman Mike Squyres, Ana Garza Partin, Santiago Mendoza Jr. and Dilhar De Silva. Seated, from left, are John B. Vollmer, Rebecca Saavedra and L. David Cazes. Not pictured are Advisory Board Vice Chairman Kathy Tamer and Denise Skyles

University of Houston-Clear Lake's College of Science and Engineering has founded a new advisory board of local professionals from science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, industries. Members of the board will provide guidance as the college develops new curriculum, programs and labs with a focus on keeping university coursework relevant and up-to-date.

Meet Advisory Board Members

Bayou Science & Mathematics Colloquium


Please join us for our first speaker in our weekly speaker series: Friday, September 2, 2016

  • Bayou Building, 3rd Floor, Rm. 3332 ~ Free coffee and snacks from 11:00-11:30 a.m. ~
  • Speaker starts at 11:30-12:30 p.m. Dr. Roland Glowinski, Department of Mathematics, University of Houston
  • On Operator-splitting Methods for Differential Equations: Basic Schemes and Applications
  • Host: Dr. LieJune Shiau

See attachment for more details, we will see you there!

Bayou Science and Mathematics Colloquium & Delta Computing and Engineering Colloquium for Fall 2016


Upcoming SCE Colloquium Series in Spring 2016 - Hosted by the School of Science & Computer Engineering

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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.

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Samina Masood

2016-2017 University Faculty Fellowships

Samina Masood, Associate Professor of Physics has been selected to receive University Faculty Fellowships for the 2016-2017 academic year. The University Faculty Fellowships are awarded for a period of one academic year. Recipients of a University Faculty Fellowship receive a $5,000 stipend to be used for educational materials (books, software, equipment), research seed money, travel to conferences, workshops and seminars and related items.

Last updated: 09/06/2016 UTC
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