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UH Signs MoU with Indian Institute of Petroleum and Energy
Focus on joint research and competitive education for students   The University of Houston recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with...
Celebrating a MoU between the University of Houston and the Indian Institute of Petroleum and Energy.

Focus on joint research and competitive education for students

 

The University of Houston recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Indian Institute of Petroleum and Energy (IIPE), declared by the Indian Parliament as an “institution of national importance.”

UH Cullen College's 'Parameters' Magazine Wins Crystal Award from American Marketing Association
The UH Cullen College of Engineering's biannual Parameters magazine earned the American Marketing Association's (AMA) Crystal Award for best public...
UH Cullen College's 'Parameters' Magazine Wins Crystal Award from American Marketing Association

The UH Cullen College of Engineering's biannual Parameters magazine earned the American Marketing Association's (AMA) Crystal Award for best public relations/communications newsletter. Finalists in the category included UH's Bauer College of Business and Houston Methodist Hospital.

UH Subsea Engineering Program Supports the 50th Annual Offshore Technology Conference
The Offshore Technology Conference – one of the largest energy expositions in the world where energy professionals and industry leaders gather to...
Dr. Phaneendra Kondapi, director of UH's Subsea Engineering Program, is presenting at the 50th annual Offshore Technology Conference.

The Offshore Technology Conference – one of the largest energy expositions in the world where energy professionals and industry leaders gather to exchange ideas and cutting-edge knowledge – is celebrating 50 years. Its flagship conference is an annual event in Houston, the “Energy Capital of the World.”

More than 70,000 attendees representing more than 100 countries are expected to attend the 2018 conference.

UH Subsea Engineering Professor Receives Distinguished Achievement Award at 50th Offshore Technology Conference
Brian Skeels Recognized for Pioneering Work   Brian Skeels, adjunct professor with the subsea engineering program at the University of Houston,...
Brian Skeels, adjunct professor of subsea engineering systems at the University of Houston.

Brian Skeels Recognized for Pioneering Work

 

Brian Skeels, adjunct professor with the subsea engineering program at the University of Houston, received the 2018 Distinguished Achievement Award for Individuals at the Offshore Technology Conference – one of the biggest energy expositions in the world – on May 1.

BASF Executive Heidi Alderman to be UH Cullen College 2018 Commencement Speaker
Distinguished chemical engineer and BASF executive Heidi Alderman will be the featured speaker at the UH Cullen College of Engineering 2018...
Distinguished chemical engineer and BASF executive Heidi Alderman will serve as the spring 2018 commencement speaker for the UH Cullen College of Engineering.

Distinguished chemical engineer and BASF executive Heidi Alderman will be the featured speaker at the UH Cullen College of Engineering 2018 commencement on Friday, May 11.

Diving Deep to Launch UH Subsea Engineering to New Heights: Q & A with the New Subsea Program Director
When it comes to subsea engineering education, the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering has a tradition of taking the lead. UH started...
Dr. Phaneendra Kondapi, director of the subsea engineering program at the University of Houston.

When it comes to subsea engineering education, the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering has a tradition of taking the lead.

UH started the country’s first academic program in the discipline in 2011 and offered the first subsea engineering master’s degree in 2012.  In 2013, the Cullen College spearheaded the establishment of the Global Subsea University Alliance.

Top Companies Recruit UH Engineers at Fall Career Fair
Students at the UH Cullen College of Engineering aren't just expected to do well in their labs and classes -- engineering students are expected to...

Students at the UH Cullen College of Engineering aren't just expected to do well in their labs and classes -- engineering students are expected to work in their respective fields of study while pursuing their degrees in order to land their dream jobs after college. That's why the Cullen College's Career Center offers two Engineering Career Fairs each year, one in the spring and one in the fall, to connect students to the top employers around the country early on in their academic careers.

PHOTOS: Cullen College Celebrates Nearly 450 Graduating Students at Fall 2017 Convocation Ceremony
The UH Cullen College of Engineering held its fall convocation ceremony on Thursday, December 14, recognizing nearly 450 graduating students at the...
Nearly 450 Students Graduated at The Fall 2017 Engineering Convocation

The UH Cullen College of Engineering held its fall convocation ceremony on Thursday, December 14, recognizing nearly 450 graduating students at the Bayou City Events Center. The ceremony featured a keynote address from UH alumna Cynthia Oliver Coleman (BSChE `71), who spent her 33-year career at Exxon Mobil holding various positions in gas engineering, reservoir engineering, engineering applications, engineering recruiting and engineering information systems.

Coping with Culture Shock: Director of Graduate Admissions Pens Article on International Student Experience
Life as a college student is fraught with challenges: keeping up with classes, making new friends, learning new fields of study and working jobs and...

Life as a college student is fraught with challenges: keeping up with classes, making new friends, learning new fields of study and working jobs and internships. But imagine also having to learn a new language and adjust to a foreign culture – those are some of the added challenges faced by international students attending colleges in the U.S.

PHOTOS: Ronald Larson Engineering Rockwell Lecture
How do you describe materials that aren’t quite liquids, gases or solids? More importantly, how do you model these materials?
Joseph W. Tedesco, left, presents plaque to Engineering Rockwell lecturer Ronald Larson

How do you describe materials that aren’t quite liquids, gases or solids? More importantly, how do you model these materials?

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