University of Houston’s computer science students continue proving the UH game design program is one of the best in the nation and perhaps the world.
Complex chemical syntheses are often a sequence of 30-40 different reactions; the process can be slow with plenty of waste and not much yield. May’s research is increasing efficiency and yield.
Khanh Nguyen is one of 283 students nationwide chosen for a 2014-2015 Barry Goldwater Scholarship. She is the only UH student selected for this honor.
The seven students came to UH through the Department of Physics’ relationship with the International Centre for Theoretical Physics.
With a deep love of nature and a passion for animal and environmental conservation, sophomore Vanessa Alejandro is the first-ever Udall Scholarship winner from UH.