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EAA recognizes 50 students for academic achievements, leadership
Haley Conley, posing with friends.
Haley Conley, posing with friends.
Melvin Briscoe IV, Rolando Vera and Nicholas Saba.
Melvin Briscoe IV, Rolando Vera and Nicholas Saba.
Sophia Urh and Micah Le-Masakela.
Sophia Urh and Micah Le-Masakela.

The Engineering Alumni Association (EAA) hosted another successful event on Feb. 22, as the 2022 Engineers Week Awards program recognized 50 students for their accomplishments.

Since 2004, the EAA and industry donors have come together to honor the success of Cullen College of Engineering students. This event takes place during the annual Engineers Week celebration, founded by the National Society of Professional Engineers in 1951. Across the nation, programs and organizations gather people in a multitude of ways to celebrate the profession of engineering and engage with students of all ages. This year’s theme was “Reimagining the Possible.”

This year’s event recognized 50 UH engineering students for their outstanding academic achievements, their strong leadership skills, and the high level of respect each has earned from their engineering classmates and faculty.

This event would not be possible without the support of the generous donors for this year’s program. More than $50,000 was raised from corporations, professional engineering organizations, Cougar alumni engineers, and friends of UH. The funds provide scholarships to each of the selected students.

Learn more about the EAA here, and see photos from the 2022 EWeek Reception here.

Thank you to our donors!

  • American Society of Indian Engineers and Architects

  • Friends of Cougar Biomedical Engineering

  • CP&Y, an STV company

  • ConocoPhillips

  • Entech Civil Engineers, Inc.

  • Phillips 66

  • Shell Oil Company

  • TechnipFMC

  • Black Cougar Engineers

  • Women Cougar Engineers

  • Ryder Scott Company Friends of UHPE

  • UH Petroleum Engineering Advisory Board

  • UH Engineering Alumni Association (UH EAA)

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