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2018 Alumni Breakfast with Dean Tedesco: UH Engineering’s Growth, Success and Goals for the Future

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Inez Hutchinson
Dean Tedesco shares his perspective on growth and successes for UH Cullen College.
Alumni and friends of the UH Cullen College of Engineering gathered at the Dish Society restaurant in Katy for the first Alumni Breakfast with Dean Joseph Tedesco on Friday, Feb. 2.

Alumni and friends of the UH Cullen College of Engineering gathered at the Dish Society restaurant in Katy for the first Alumni Breakfast with Dean Joseph Tedesco on Friday, Feb. 2.

Guests enjoyed an intimate breakfast with Tedesco, who shared his perspective on UH Engineering’s growth, success and goals for the future, including the college's expansion in Katy and across the Greater Houston region.

Plans for another Breakfast with Dean Joseph Tedesco are underway and a tentative date is set for May. Check out our events calendar for all of the details.

View photos from the Alumni Breakfast in Katy. Learn more about current and future UH Engineering program in Katy at www.egr.uh.edu/engineering-katy

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