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PHOTOS: Engineering Alumni Association Awards $45K to Students During E-Week
Engineering Alumni Association Awards $45K to Students During E-Week

On Feb. 23, the Cullen College’s Engineering Alumni Association (EAA) hosted the 12th annual E-Week reception in honor of National Engineers Week. More than 200 people attended the reception held in the UH Hilton’s Waldorf Astoria Ballroom.

This year, the EAA raised $45,000 in scholarships for Cullen College students and student organizations. At the reception, 66 students and several student organizations received scholarships and awards for academic excellence, community outreach and leadership, among other distinctions.

The UH Petroleum Engineering Advisory Board was this year’s top sponsor with a donation of over $10,000. Several other companies, organizations and individuals contributed to the scholarship and award fund, including AADE Houston Chapter, American Society of Indian Engineers, Black Cougar Engineers, BP, Cameron, Civil Engineering Cougars, CobbFendley and Associates, Energy Women Engineers, ExxonMobil Women Cougar Engineers, Fluor Corporation, Friends of Cougar Biomedical Engineering, Phillips 66, Ryder Scott Company Friends of UH PE, Shell Oil Company, Society of Women Engineers Houston Area, UH Petroleum Engineering Advisory Board, UH PROMES Alumni and the UH EAA.

Since its inception, the EAA has raised more than $428,000 in scholarships to support students of the Cullen College.

Learn more about the EAA and E-Week online and view photos from the reception here!

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