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Cullen College Engineering Student Profiled in National Journal

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Cullen College chemical engineering student Jami Summey-Rice
Cullen College chemical engineering student Jami Summey-Rice

The October issue of CEP Magazine, published by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), is highlighting Jami Summey-Rice, a UH Cullen College chemical engineering student whose path to engineering has taken some interesting and varied turns. Summey-Rice returned to college after years in the private sector; now she’s combining her seemingly disparate passions of engineering and policy to advocate for giving engineers a voice in public policy decisions. Read about her journey here.

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