||Michael Hunt, M.A.
|| Pilar Goyarzu, Ph.D.
|| Stuart Larson, M.F.A.
Stuart Larson is an Associate Professor of Graphic Design at UHCL. Previously, he
earned his B.F.A., Kansas City Art Institute; M.F.A., Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester,
|Faculty Advisor Emeritus
||David Malin, Ph.D.
David Malin is Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience. A charter faculty member
of UHCL, Dr. Malin has received the UHCL President's Distinguished Teaching and Distinguished
Research Awards. His recent research primarily concerns laboratory study of nicotine
dependence and age-related memory impairment. He leads a large student research group,
known as the UHCL Rat Pack.
|Faculty Advisory Committee
||Magdy Akladios, Ph.D.
Magdy Akladios is an Assistant Professor at the University of Houston-Clear Lake (2005-present),
before which he was an Associate Professor at West Virginia University (1996-2005).
Dr. Akladios' education includes a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering, a Master's degree
in Occupational Health & Safety, a Master's degree in Industrial Engineering, an MBA,
and a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering. In addition, he is also a Certified Safety
Professional (CSP), a Professional Engineer (PE), a Certified Professional Ergonomist
(CPE), a Certified Safety & Health Manager (CSHM), and a Certified Member of the Egyptian
Syndicate for Mechanical Engineers. He is also a member in the Industrial Engineers'
Honorary Society (Alpha-Pi-Mu).
Dr. Akladios' areas of expertise includes Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Ergonomics,
Human Factors, and Engineering Economy.
||Kathleen Garland, Ph.D.
Kathleen Garland is currently a full-time lecturer in the Environmental Management
Program in the School of Business, where she has taught for the past six years. She
holds a PhD in Structural Geology from Penn State, and BA and BS degrees in General
Arts and Sciences and Earth Sciences, also from Penn State. Before joining the UHCL
faculty as an adjunct in 2005, Kathleen held positions with Chevron as a Development
Geologist, and with the State of New Mexico as an environmental project manager, manager
of the state's UST reimbursement program, and Director of the state's Mining and Minerals
Division. She also worked as a senior environmental scientist in private consulting,
and started her own consulting practice specializing in management strategies for
companies and agencies concerned with compliance issues. Kathleen has acted as co-PI
or senior research analyst on three research grants at UHCL, and currently sits on
two Masters thesis committees. Her research areas focus on effectively communicating
environmental and regulatory issues to the public, and on building community resilience
on the Upper Texas Gulf Coast through ecosystem restoration, disaster preparedness,
public policy, and community planning.
Kathleen has represented the School of Business for the Student Conference since 2009-2010.
She is a strong advocate for student research at UHCL at both the undergraduate and
graduate levels, and has sponsored a number of student papers and posters for the
||Samina Masood, Ph.D.
Samina Masood is the Program Chair of Physical Sciences and an Assistant Professor
of Physics at UHCL Dr. Masood earned a B.Sc. and M.A. at Punjab University, Lahore,
and a M.Sc., M.Phil. and Ph.D. at the Quaid-i-Azim University, Islamabad.
Mr. Rosen has earned two Masters, one in Studies of the Future, the other in Instructional
Technology, and a Bachelors in Psychology from the University of Houston-Clear Lake.
He has enjoyed an extensive career as an application software developer/designer/manager.
Linda Early graduated from the University of Houston-Clear Lake with a MA in Psychology.
She has pursued several careers and holds advanced degrees in Business Administration,
Computer Science, and Law (J.D.).
|2017 Coordinator Committee - TBA