UH-D's New Sciences of Technology is State of the Art!
Exciting things just keep happening at University of Houston-Downtown! This past Thursday we were thrilled to take part in the celebration ceremony of the open of their State of the Art College of Sciences Technology Building!
Completed at a cost of $73 million, every attention to detail is being presented. The 105,696 square-foot facility features state of the art energy conservation designs, 14 labs for classes in chemistry and molecular life sciences, 14 labs for undergraduate and faculty research, 3 computational classrooms along with plenty of spaces for engagement, studying and events.
Many thanks to Jacob Lipp from UH-D for extending the invitation to us and for formally introducing us to Dr. Juan Sanchez Munoz, President at UH-D. In just the past 2+ years, Dr. Munoz is making great strides towards cementing UH-D's place as an outstanding academic institution within our region. We are extremely proud and honored to have them here in Northside!
Members in attendance included: Lenora Sorola-Poulman from Navarro Insurance Group and Sylvia Padilla from Greater Northside Management District.
Our elected officials present included: Council Member Karla Cisneros, Christina Morales - Representative for TX District 145 and Angie Wells from the Office of Rep. Sylvia Garcia - It is always a pleasure to see them!
Thanks to Sylvia Padilla for the photos!