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Welcome to the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Houston. We are located in Houston, Texas; a city with one of the highest concentrations of civil and environmental engineering companies in the country. Our educational programs offer unique opportunities for a successful career start. The Department has approximately 234 undergraduates and 182 graduate students pursuing BSCE, MS, MCE and PhD degrees in civil and environmental engineering.

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Terrance “Terri” Ivers, P.E. (BSME ’80) is the fall 2018 UH Cullen College of Engineering commencement speaker.

Terrance “Terri” Ivers, P.E. (BSME ’80), is coming home to the UH Cullen College of Engineering as the featured speaker at its commencement on Dec. 13 at the NRG Arena. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from UH in 1980 and has remained involved in the Cullen College community throughout the course of his 37 year-long career.

Distinguished Alumnus, Bilfinger Executive to be UH Cullen College Fall 2018 Commencement Speaker

The UH Cullen College of Engineering’s Rockwell Lecture Series kicked off this fall with distinguished speaker John Crittenden, member of the National Academy of Engineering and director of the Brook Byers Institute for Sustainable Systems at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Crittenden, also a professor of civil and environmental engineering, is a world-renowned expert on sustainable urban infrastructure systems.

Photos: Fall 2018 Rockwell Lecture Series Kicks Off With John Crittenden
Anestis “Andy” Veletsos, a distinguished adjunct professor of civil and environmental engineering at the UH Cullen College of Engineering.

Anestis “Andy” Veletsos, a National Academy of Engineering member and an internationally renowned educator, died last week. He was a distinguished adjunct professor of civil and environmental engineering at the UH Cullen College of Engineering, which he joined in 2010, as well as the Brown & Root professor of civil engineering emeritus at Rice University.

Cullen Colleges Mourns Andy Veletsos, National Academy of Engineering Member and UH Professor

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Annual Conference Highlights Regional Readiness for Future Storms

Emergency managers, public officials and industry executives will meet at the University of Houston Friday, Aug. 3, to discuss the latest in disaster preparations, loss mitigation and rapid recovery in the face of hurricanes and other storms.

Hurricane Conference Offers Updates on Hurricane Preparation
Debora Rodrigues, left, and Stacey Louie, both faculty members in the Cullen College of Engineering, are using a reactor built to simulate the intestines of a pig to study ways to combat antibiotic resistance.

UH Engineers Are Testing a Theory with Livestock Microbiome

Antibiotic resistance is one of the world’s most serious threats to public health, forcing the use of medications that are more toxic, more expensive and not always effective. There are several causes, including over-prescription of antibiotics in both humans and in livestock.

Can Nanoparticles Be Used to Lower Antibiotic Resistance?

Student Success

Andrea Albright, a UH grad student, is a 2018 National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellow.

Research Soaring to New Heights on the Tails of NASA Satellites

 

Andrea Albright, a graduate student in the Cullen College of Engineering’s geosensing systems engineering and sciences program, won a 2018 National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship. She is among 69 U.S. fellows chosen from more than 3,600 applicants.

UH Student Earns Top National Defense Science and Engineering Fellowship
Mohammad Joshaghani, a Ph.D. student at the UH Cullen College of Engineering, wins top award with research.

Inspired by nature, Ph.D. candidate proposes computational framework to solve life problems

 

Real life problems are often complex and hard to resolve. So Mohammad Sarraf Joshaghani, a third year Ph.D. student at the Cullen College of Engineering, looks to nature, numerical techniques and computers to find possible solutions.

UH Engineering Student Wins First Place at 2018 EMI Conference

Academy of Distinguished Civil & Environmental Engineers

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