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PHOTOS: Industrial Engineering Alumni Luncheon

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Audrey Grayson

Current and past students from the Cullen College's industrial engineering department came together last Saturday at the annual Industrial Engineering Alumni Luncheon was held at the University of Houston on April 25. Alumni of the industrial engineering department at UH can be found in leadership positions throughout the Houston region. Many of the department's alumni are happy to return to the Cullen College to meet with current students and offer them professional advice to help guide them through the engineering careers that lie ahead of them. 

At this year's IE Alumni Luncheon, guests enjoyed a full buffet, door prizes and lots of laughter and catching up! 

View photos from the event at https://www.flickr.com/photos/cullencollege/sets/72157652244827965/.

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