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Photos: UH Engineering Hosts 6th Annual 2018 ECE Alumni Mixer

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Inez Hutchinson
Students, faculty and alumni enjoyed free food, beer and raffle prizes at annual ECE alumni mixer
ECE department chair, Badri Roysam and Joseph W. Tedesco, Dean of the Cullen College of Engineering, was also in attendance to share the latest updates and news from the Cullen College community.

UH Cullen College’s Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) department hosted its annual alumni mixer last week at Saint Arnold Brewing Company on Thursday, November 8th. 

Students, faculty and alumni enjoyed free food, beer and raffle prizes.  ECE department chair, Badri Roysam, led the evening’s festivities with a brief update on the latest successes and happenings within the department. Joseph W. Tedesco, Dean of the Cullen College of Engineering, was also in attendance to share the latest updates and news from the Cullen College community.

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