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PHOTOS: 2015 Civil and Environmental Engineering Alumni Luncheon

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Natalie Thayer

The Cullen College’s annual Civil and Environmental Engineering Alumni Luncheon took place on Tuesday, October 6th at The Hess Club.  Attendees enjoyed a complimentary lunch, followed by a keynote presentation by Dale A. Rudrick, the Director of Public Works and Engineering for the City of Houston and a 2015 inductee to the Academy of Distinguished Civil and Environmental Engineers.

Other speakers included Trent A. Perez, chair of the civil engineering luncheon committee, Mike Pede, associate vice president for alumni relations and UH Alumni Association, Dr. Roberto Ballarini, chair of the UH civil and environmental engineering department, and Dr. Joseph Tedesco, dean of the Cullen College of Engineering.

View photos from the luncheon here.

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