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PHOTOS: 12th Annual Civil Engineering Luncheon

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Melanie Ziems

Hundreds of civil and environmental engineers gathered for lunch in Houston this month to celebrate one thing they all have in common: a civil engineering degree from the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering.

The 12th annual civil and environmental engineering alumni luncheon took place on Oct. 21 at the HESS Club in Houston. The luncheon serves as an opportunity for alumni from the civil and environmental engineering department to reconnect, catch up, and support the Cullen College's department of civil and environmental engineering.

Photos from this year’s luncheon can be found here.

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