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Engineers honor Fazle Hussain and other UH members of the National Academy of Engineering

Dean Raymond Flumerfelt, UH President Arthur & June Smith, Benton Baugh, Fazle & Rehana Hussain, James & Joan Symons, John Lienhard (who provided narratives that night on each NAE member from UH), and Amalia & Dan Luss.
Dean Raymond Flumerfelt, UH President Arthur & June Smith, Benton Baugh, Fazle & Rehana Hussain, James & Joan Symons, John Lienhard (who provided narratives that night on each NAE member from UH), and Amalia & Dan Luss.
NAE members Benton Baugh, Dan Luss, Fazle Hussain, and James Symons.
NAE members Benton Baugh, Dan Luss, Fazle Hussain, and James Symons.
Dean Raymond Flumerfelt, June Smith, Fazle Hussain, and UH president Arthur K. Smith.
Dean Raymond Flumerfelt, June Smith, Fazle Hussain, and UH president Arthur K. Smith.
Paul Chu was one of many colleagues who publicly congratulated Fazle Hussain on his recent election into the National Academy of Engineering.
Paul Chu was one of many colleagues who publicly congratulated Fazle Hussain on his recent election into the National Academy of Engineering.

The University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering paid tribute to its faculty and alumni who are members of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) at a special dinner on May 2, 2001 at the UH Hilton.

Fazle Hussain, UH Cullen Distinguished Professor of Mechanical Engineering, is the latest UH engineering faculty member to be elected to NAE. He joins a handful of other UH professors and alumni who have received this professional honor.

NAE has more than 2,000 peer-elected members and foreign associates, senior professionals in business, academia, and government who are among the world’s most accomplished engineers. They provide the leadership and expertise for numerous projects focused on the relationships between engineering, technology, and the quality of life. The University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering is proud to have seven of its faculty and alumni as members of this elite group.

National Academy of Engineering Members from UH

  • 1970 - Neal R. Amundson
    Chemical Engineering
  • 1977 - Abraham E. Dukler
    Chemical Engineering
  • 1984 - Dan Luss
    Chemical Engineering
  • 1994 - James M. Symons
    Civil & Environmental Engineering
  • 1999 - Benton F. Baugh
    Mechanical Engineering
  • 2000 - Charles D. Cutler
    Chemical Engineering
  • 2001 - Fazle Hussain
    Mechanical Engineering

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