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PHOTOS: Subsea 5th Anniversary Dinner

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Natalie Thayer

On Feb. 17, the Cullen College of Engineering celebrated the 5th anniversary of the subsea engineering program at the Petroleum Club of Houston.

The evening’s keynote speaker was Alistair Vickers, senior vice president of Global Operations Organization at British Petroleum (BP). Starlee Skyes, vice president of Deepwater Projects at BP and Vicker’s wife, was also in attendance.

Located in the heart of the Energy Capital of the World, the UH Cullen College of Engineering offers the nation’s only master's program and certificate training program in subsea engineering.

Learn more about our subsea engineering program online and view photos from the anniversary dinner here.

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