Houstonian Erin Lytle talks about her education at Rice University and how it has helped her build a career in computer science.
As societal needs change, so does the need for law enforcement training. Police officers must be up to date on all changes in the law, as well as the constantly changing trends in policing.
Houstonian Denver Greene uses his psychology degree from Rice University in his work as a digital media specialist for the OpenStax College project, an organization dedicated to making textbooks and other educational materials more affordable.
Leslie Friedman’s business degree gave her the skills she needs to pitch the excellent services of The Houstonian Hotel to patrons the world over.
Elaine Nosser says many teachers have mastered the art of knowing when to be a teacher, when to be a disciplinarian and when to be a mentor or sounding board for their students, which really helps these young learners to flourish.
Michael Alba uses his nursing experience to combat childhood obesity through healthy, kid-friendly food.
Helping to keep others safe and training them to protect themselves is meaningful work for Houstonian Warren McGalliard.
John Beach is the owner of CMIT Solutions of North Houston, where he services the technological needs of small- and medium-sized businesses. Here he discusses his engineering and information technology experience.
Janet Flewelling of Houston-based Insperity discusses her career in human resources and her psychology education.
Nathan Barber talks about how his education has helped him guide the education of others.