NIST Standards Services Curricula Development Cooperative Agreement Program Awardee (2015)
Integration of Standards, Models of Standardization and Science Policy for the 21st Century Biotechnology Workforce
To design, develop, and implement an online course in standards and biotechnology in collaboration with industry, academic, and government partners that will serve as a foundation for the standards curriculum in the University’s Biotechnology Program.
The contacts for this award are Rupa Iyer, riyer [at] uh.edu; Brian Iken, bniken [at] uh.edu; and Kevin Smith, kwsmith [at] uh.edu.
NIST Standards Services Curricula Development Cooperative Agreement Program Awardee (2022)
Integrating Standards Education into the Nanomaterials Engineering Curriculum
To develop hands-on standards education modules with lecture and laboratory components for two nanomaterials engineering courses for undergraduate and graduate students. The interdisciplinary content will be offered to students in multiple engineering departments including civil and environmental, electrical and computer, materials, and chemical engineering. The curriculum will be developed with the assistance of an external advisory board comprised of members from government, industry, and academia.
The contacts for this award are Stacey Louie slouie [at] uh.edu; Jiming Bao jbao [at] uh.edu
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