CULLEN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering

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ECE Professor Shieh Retires after 40 Years

Shieh

Leang Shieh has had a busy 40 years. Just look at the numbers. A professor in the Cullen College’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, over that period he has advised more than 100 graduate students and published 301 papers and counting — an average of roughly one every six weeks for four decades.

With that track record, it’s no surprise that Shieh’s colleagues wanted to do something special in honor his of retirement at the end of last month.

Gala Honors Six High Achievers

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Following a more than two decade old tradition, select University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering graduates were honored Friday at the 2010 Alumni Awards Gala.

This year’s event, which dates back to 1987, recognized six individuals not only for their contributions within the community, but also to the engineering profession. Honored were:

Engineering Faculty Recognized for Teaching, Research

Dean Joseph Tedesco recognized UH Cullen College of Engineering faculty members for outstanding teaching and research during the 2008-2009 academic year at the college's Spring Faculty/Staff Meeting.

Dean Announces 2002 Faculty Awards for Teaching, Research

Dean Raymond Flumerfelt announced the winners of this year's faculty teaching and research awards at the UH Cullen College of Engineering's annual Faculty and Staff Meeting on April 30.

Key-Han Wang claimed the W. T. Kittenger Teaching Excellence Award. Wang is an associate professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Cullen College Faculty Members Honored at Awards Ceremony

Three Cullen College of Engineering faculty members were honored Tuesday at a University of Houston luncheon where 17 UH educators and researchers received awards based on nominations from faculty, staff and alumni.

William G. Rixey, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, received the Enron Corporation Teaching Excellence Award, which carries a $5,000 stipend and a trophy and is made possible by a fully funded endowment.