UH College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
February 2011
Sensors To Detect Explosives, Monitor Food Being Developed At UH
In this issue...
Leading Atmospheric Scientist To Head UH's Air Quality, Climate Research
One of the nation's most prominent atmospheric scientists is now spearheading the University of Houston's burgeoning research efforts in air quality and climate change. more
UH Biologist Receives Prestigious Research Prize
Mars Rover Event Draws Hundreds of Houston-Area Schoolchildren
Mars Rover Celebration 2011 was the largest and most successful in its nine-year history. Approximately 550 students representing 29 elementary and middle schools brought 170 model Mars rovers to the University of Houston on January 29 to compete in several categories. more

Colleagues Fondly Remember Physics Professor Michael Gorman

Cougar and Seaman: NSM Valedictorian Commissioned Naval Officer
It’s hard to say which phrase sums up Michael Sullivan best: "Hooyah!" or "Go Coogs!" Commissioned as Ensign Michael Sullivan on December 17, 2010, he graduated from UH that same day as the valedictorian of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics with Summa Cum Laude honors and a 3.985 cumulative GPA. more