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PHOTOS: Engineering Leadership Board Reception and Dinner

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Audrey Grayson
Renu Khator

On Thursday, October 3, members of the Cullen College's Engineering Leadership Board gathered at the Petroleum Club of Houston for a reception and dinner. Guests attending the dinner were pleasantly surprised with a speech from University of Houston president Renu Khator, who stressed the vital role the Cullen College of Engineering plays in determining the economic future of Houston.

Photos from the event may be viewed on the Cullen College's Flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cullencollege/sets/72157636582269463/.

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