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Photos: Engineering Alumni Association Hosts 2019 Annual Meeting


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The Engineering Alumni Association holds its annual meeting and networking event at Saint Arnold Brewing Company in Houston on Aug. 22, 2019.

The Engineering Alumni Association (EAA) held its annual meeting on August 22nd at Saint Arnold’s Brewery. This annual event furthers the EAA’s mission of championing, supporting and uniting the Cullen College’s students, faculty and alumni.

Attendees enjoyed free craft beer, tacos, raffle prizes and updates about the Cullen College throughout the evening. EAA president and mechanical engineering alumnus, Sebastian Hernandez (’14) kicked off the event with opening remarks and announced the new EAA board members.

Joseph W. Tedesco, Elizabeth D. Rockwell Dean of the Cullen College, shared updates on the college’s progress towards its goal of being ranked among the Top 50 engineering schools in the nation and the opening of the new UH at Katy campus. 

Mike Pede (’89) Associate VP for Alumni Relations UHAA, shared details about the alumni association program.

Students from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and PROMES Ambassadors also had displays with information about their current projects and initiatives.

Who’s ready for some Cougar football? The EAA will be hosting football tailgates for the fall 2019 UH football season. For tailgating details, click here

Don’t forget to cast your vote for the 2019 EAA Gala award winners! The deadline to cast your vote is November 30!

Please visit for more information and to download the 2020 nomination packet.

To learn more about the EAA, click here. To see the photos from the event, click here.


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