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PHOTOS: IEEE Annual Chili Cook-Off

On March 10, Cullen College students, alumni and corporate sponsors brought their culinary chops to the table for the annual IEEE Chili Cook-Off.

While teams of engineers competed for the title of best recipe, students had the opportunity to network with industry representatives and learn about engineering student organizations.

In addition to sampling countless top-notch dishes, attendees enjoyed free beer, music and games on the lawn in front of engineering building 1.

Learn more about the UH IEEE chapter and view photos from this year’s cook-off!

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