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UH Engineering Alumnus and Entrepreneur Prepares to Launch New Software Product for Medical Industry

“Even when I was a kid, I always knew I was going to be an engineer,” says Houston entrepreneur Jeff Beauchamp, who received both his bachelors and masters degrees in mechanical engineering from UH. Beauchamp’s startup software company, Datalign®, has recently licensed its information management technology from The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center and is in the early stages of product rollout. Learn more about Jeff Beauchamp in the Parameters magazine.

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Cullen College ranks in Top 12 for two diversity metrics

The University of Houston's Cullen College of Engineering has earned a  pair of Top 12 rankings for degrees awarded to Hispanic students and underrepresented minorities, according to the latest report of the ASEE's Engineering by the Numbers.

The University of Houston's Cullen College of Engineering is in the Top 15 for several metrics measuring diversity in the field of engineering, including a pair of No. 12 rankings for degrees awarded to Hispanic students and underrepresented minorities, the former of which was highlighted by a graph in the May 2021 issue of Connections from the American Society for Engineering Education.

Student project TrueStep takes 1st at design competition

Cullen College of Engineering TrueStep Capstone team members Arnold Emeh, Rukaiya Batliwala, Anthony Pham and Tanvi Parikh won two awards at the 2021 Excellence in Senior Design Competition at the University of Texas at Dallas.

A four-person team of students at the University of Houston's Cullen College of Engineering has won a pair of awards for their project – a soft robotics exoskeleton – after presenting at the Excellence in Senior Design competition, held virtually by the University of Texas at Dallas on May 21. 

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