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Cullen College of Engineering
E421 Engineering Bldg 2, Houston, TX 77204-4007
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Email: info [at] egr [dot] uh [dot] edu

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Cullen College Videos
Engauge: Halloween 2014
October 31, 2014

The curriculum at the Cullen College of Engineering is challenging to say the least, but that doesn’t mean engineering students at the University of Houston don’t have fun!

The new Engauge web series chronicles the lives of Cullen College students outside of their classrooms. Follow them throughout the semester to learn about their hobbies, their interests, and what makes them tick.

The flagship episode of Engauge celebrates the spookiest holiday on campus. Watch it here!

Undergraduate Research Day 2014
October 14, 2014

Cullen College undergraduate students joined peers from all across the University of Houston in a pinnacle of research excellence on Thursday at the 10th annual UH Undergraduate Research Day. The event showcased the research achievements of more than 150 undergraduate students who participated in research projects through poster and oral presentations. Of the participants, 20 were from the Cullen College of Engineering.

MREB Groundbreaking Ceremony
October 9, 2014

After months of planning and designing, the University of Houston broke ground on the new Multidisciplinary Research and Engineering Building (MREB) on Monday, October 6.

Engineering Career Fair
September 26, 2014

The Cullen College of Engineering Career Fair drew crowds of nearly 2,000 students and more than 400 company representatives on Sept. 18. The Engineering Career Fair connects engineering students with regional and national employers offering positions for co-ops, internships and full-time jobs. In total, 114 companies were represented and collected at least 1,800 resumes from Cullen College students. Watch the video to learn more about the Engineering Career Fair and why it’s so important to our students!

Introducing Christine Ehlig-Economides, Petroleum Engineering Professor and NAE Member
August 20, 2014

This fall, this Cullen College of Engineering is proud to welcome Christine Ehlig-Economides to its faculty as the first-ever William C. Miller Endowed Chair Professor of petroleum engineering. A member of the prestigious National Academy of Engineering (NAE), Ehligh-Economides is the 9th NAE member to join the Cullen College’s faculty since 2008, bringing the total number of NAE members at the college up to 11. She became the first American woman to earn a Ph.D. in petroleum engineering when she obtained her doctorate from Stanford University in 1979.

Ehlig-Economides is a world-renowned expert in reservoir engineering, pressure transient analysis, integrated reservoir characterization, complex well design and production enhancement. Her career has taken her around the world as a Schlumberger engineer, and for the past 10 years she has taught petroleum engineering at Texas A&M University. She’s published more than 115 papers, lectured or consulted in 50 countries and has authored two patents. She is one of only 16 Quantum Reservoir Impact (QRI) Scholars and has recently been named a Chief Scientist for the Sinopec Research Institute on Petroleum Engineering as one of the Thousand Talents in China. During her career, she has served on numerous Society of Petroleum Engineer (SPE) committees and task forces.

Click the video to learn more about Ehlig-Economides, and join the Cullen College in welcoming her to the petroleum engineering faculty!

Choose Houston! Top Reasons to Get Your Engineering Degree at the Cullen College
May 16, 2014

Congratulations!! You've been accepted into the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering. But, chances are we aren't the only college you've been accepted into. Here's why we think you should "Choose Houston!"

Alumni Spotlight: M.S. Kalsi, President of Kalsi Engineering
May 16, 2014

"My burning desire was to start my own consulting business," said M.S. Kalsi (MSME '70, Ph.D. ME '75), founding owner of Kalsi Engineering and alumnus of the UH Cullen College of Engineering. In 1978, that's exactly what he did.

Three years after obtaining his Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from UH, Kalsi took a leap of faith, leaving a stable, full-time position as R&D Manager at WKM Valves -- a major valve manufacturer that is now a part of Cameron -- to build his own business from the ground up.

The company Kalsi envisioned wasn't just an engineering consulting firm -- it was also a research and development firm which produced patented products in valve and sealing technologies, conducting design, analysis and equipment testing under real-world conditions for its clients. Today, Kalsi Engineering boasts over 45 patents in seals and valves; 35 of these pertain to rotary seals that are widely used in demanding applications in the oil field drilling and mining industries.

Memorial Elementary School Egg Drop Competition
April 24, 2014

Subsea Engineering students from University of Houston's Cullen College of Engineering recently partnered up with Memorial Elementary School in an effort to bring hands-on engineering experience to primary school children.

25th Annual Golf Tournament Highlights
April 14, 2014

The sun broke through the morning clouds just in time for over 120 golfers to tee off at the 25th annual Cullen College of Engineering golf tournament on Monday, April 7.

The golf tournament, sponsored this year by LJA Engineering, is an annual event bringing golfers from engineering firms all over the Houston area together to rub elbows and compete for prizes including a Harley Davidson.

NASA Exoskeleton Trials
February 11, 2014

 All too often, a stroke can mean total loss of mobility for the patient. For years, this has been accepted as a reality for stoke victims, but for Jose Luis “Pepe” Contreras-Vidal, professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering, losing the ability to walk after a stroke is simply a roadblock to regaining full mobility – one which can and will be overcome.

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