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Chemical & Petroleum Engineering Alumni Honor C. V. Kirkpatrick and Recognize Classes of 1947-76 at Reunion

WHO: The University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering will host a reunion for chemical and petroleum engineering alumni to honor C.V. Kirkpatrick and to recognize the Classes of 1947-76.

Honoring C.V. Kirkpatrick
UH Professor and Petroleum Engineering Chair, 1947-63
UH Engineering Dean 1963-75

WHAT: Catch up with old friends and classmates, while recognizing and honoring a pioneer in petroleum engineering education. At the luncheon, C.V. Kirkpatrick will be joined by many of today's Chemical and Petroleum Engineering faculty for an afternoon of camaraderie and remembrance. Luncheon: $35/person

Click here for the invitation (pdf file)
Click here for the reply card (pdf file)

WHEN: Saturday, November 17, 2001
Luncheon 1-3pm

WHERE: UH Hilton Hotel
University of Houston campus

CONTACT: Michelle Stevenson-Shaw at 713-743-4215.

DETAILS: As part of the effort to honor and recognize Kirkpatrick's many contributions to the college, profession and alumni success, a scholarship fund has been established in his name. To make a tax-deductible contribution to the fund, use the reply card (pdf file).

UH vs. University of Alabama Birmingham football tickets are available through the Athletic Ticket Office at 713-743-9444. Also join the Engineering Alumni Association for a tailgating party on the west side of Robertson Stadium from 5-7pm (kickoff at 7pm).

If you wish to reserve a room at the UH Hilton Hotel, call 713-743-2471 by October 27 for a reservation.

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