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Students were able to network and get professional headshots done at the workshop held by UH's Supply Chain Industrial Distribution Organization. SIDO, industry executives provides resume boost

Despite the looming specter of final exams, Supply Chain and Logistics Technology students spent the evening of April 26 polishing their resumes under the tutelage of industry… Read More
Tammi Warfield, the Global Vice President of Azure Cloud Sales at NetApp, has been elected to a two-year term beginning in Fall 2024 as chair of the Cullen College of Engineering Executive Leadership Board. Warfield elected chair of Cullen's Executive Leadership Board

Tammi Warfield, the Global Vice President of Azure Cloud Sales at NetApp, has been elected to a two-year term beginning in Fall 2024 as chair of the Cullen College of Engineering… Read More
Tiffany Davis' design. 2024 Cullen Spring Commencement Live Blog - Ceremony 2

REMINDER! You can view the ceremony live on YouTube by click here! Replay available shortly after as well. Hello there to all friends and family of the Cullen College of… Read More
Cezar [background] with new graduate Peter Jang [foreground]. 2024 Cullen Spring Commencement Live Blog - Ceremony 1

REMINDER! You can view the ceremony live on YouTube by click here! Replay available shortly after as well. Hello there to all friends and family of the Cullen College of… Read More
Kosar Rahimi, a Ph.D. candidate in the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department, poses with her award in front of her poster. Ph.D. candidate Rahimi wins 2nd at SCSB poster competition

A doctoral student at the Cullen College of Engineering has earned the second place poster prize at the 28th Annual Sealy Center for Structural Biology & Molecular Biophysics… Read More
Richard Willson, Huffington-Woestemeyer Professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering and Katerina Kourentzi, research associate professor. UH Project Selected to Join $10M Effort to Innovate Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing

The University of Houston is part of a $10 million effort from the National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL) to help address key opportunities… Read More
Lars Tebbe, an assistant professor of research in the Biomedical Engineering Department at the Cullen College of Engineering, has earned $90,000 in funding thanks to the Knights Templar Eye Foundation (KTEF) Career Starter Grant. Research professor nabs Knights Templar grant

Lars Tebbe, an assistant professor of research in the Biomedical Engineering Department at the Cullen College of Engineering, has earned $90,000 in funding thanks to the Knights… Read More
Jian Shi, assistant professor of engineering at the University of Houston and Mejdi Kammoun, UH alumnus, are part of the 2024 Emerging Leaders cohort being honored at the Offshore Technology Conference. Two Cullen Cougars Named 2024 OTC Emerging Leaders

The Offshore Technology Conference is recognizing two University of Houston Cougars — one alumnus and one faculty member — among the conference’s 2024 Emerging Leaders. They are… Read More
New petroleum engineering graduate Mayra Martinez. Martinez describes path to UH, importance of petroleum community

My name is Mayra Martinez, and I was born and raised in San Luis Potosí, Mexico, where I had all kind of limitations, including on my education. I moved to Texas with my parents… Read More
Roberto Ballarini, Thomas and Laura Hsu Professor and department chair of Civil and Environmental Engineering, is leading the effort to  predict the detrimental effects of geometric imperfections in thin-walled structures. New Model from CEE's Ballarini Can Guide Better Design to Avoid Catastrophe

Last summer when the Titan submersible suffered a catastrophic implosion on its way to take passengers to see the Titanic shipwreck it was a dramatic example of the failure of a… Read More