University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering


UH-Led Alliance Finalist for DOE's New Wind Turbine Research Center

The University of Houston-led Lone Star Wind Alliance has been named one of two finalists for the Department of Energy’s new large-scale wind turbine research and development facility. Cullen College of Engineering Dean Raymond Flumerfelt and Distinguished University Professor of Mechanical Engineering Su Su Wang submitted the proposal to DOE on behalf of the alliance—made up of universities, government agencies and corporate partners—in an effort to attract the project to the Texas Coast.

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Meet Dwight Theriot, UH Cullen College 2018-2019 Outstanding Senior


2018-2019 Cullen College Outstanding Senior
Dwight Theriot
Graduation Year: 2018
Major: Mechanical Engineering
GPA: 3.84

Dwight Theriot, a decorated U.S. Army veteran, discovered his passion for engineering by accident while serving as an intelligence and security officer in Iraq in 2009.