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Mim Rahimi, an assistant professor in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at the Cullen College of Engineering, has received a National Science Foundation CAREER award for his research proposal into liquid-liquid…
CEE's Rahimi nabs CAREER award for electrochemical carbon capture research
The Cullen College of Engineering recognized the hard work and efforts of its entire workforce at the 2023-24 Faculty and Staff Excellence Awards, held during the Faculty-Staff Meeting on May 8. For a full gallery of photos from…
College recognizes outstanding personnel at 2023-24 Faculty and Staff Excellence Awards
On September 21, 1999, the 7.3 magnitude “Chi-Chi earthquake” struck Taiwan, killing more than 2,400 people. Chi-Chi, subsequently referred to as the “Jiji earthquake,” was the second-deadliest earthquake in Taiwan's recorded…
CEE works with Taiwan's National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering to mitigate quake damage
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 Engineering's Spring 2024 graduation class! In honor of…
 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 Engineering's Spring 2024 graduation class! In honor of…
 2024 Cullen Spring Commencement Live Blog - Ceremony 1
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 thin-walled structure. Those structures, which may…
New Model from CEE's Ballarini Can Guide Better Design to Avoid Catastrophe
Presentations, posters and the pride of University of Houston students will be on view during Undergraduate Research Day (URD) on April 11. During this anticipated event, more than 360 students will display their academic…
Cullen Students in the Spotlight During Undergraduate Research Day
A doctoral student in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at the Cullen College of Engineering has been selected for a fellowship from a competitive pool of applicants. Abdulrahman Salah is a Ph.D. candidate…
Ph.D. student Salah earns ACI Fellowship
On the morning of June 6, 2023, a substantial portion of the Kakhovka Dam in Ukraine — vital for water management and hydroelectric power generation — suffered a collapse while under Russian control. Russia had seized the dam…
Cullen Researcher Reveals Pre-Collapse Monitoring of Kakhovka Dam, Ukraine
A new, $3 million gift will help reinforce the University of Houston’s long-standing mission to provide students with a world-class education and ensure they are given every opportunity to succeed in and out of the classroom. The…
$3 Million Gift Funds New Scholarships for Working Students at UH
A doctoral candidate in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at the Cullen College of Engineering has been hired for an internship with a national laboratory this summer. Kripa Adhikari will work as an intern for AI…
Ph.D. candidate Adhikari earns national lab internship
Madam C. J. Walker’s journey from impoverished orphan to becoming the first female self-made millionaire in America, laid the foundation for her inspiring legacy as one of the twentieth century’s most resilient entrepreneurs. Her…
UH's Future Black STEM Leaders Strive toward Representation in Energy while Inspiring Their Peers
As the “Energy University” committed to shepherding an efficient and innovative energy transition, the University of Houston is offering a timely micro-credential course focused on artificial intelligence and robotics for energy…
UH Offers Micro-Credential Course to Help Industry Professionals Understand and Leverage Robotic Systems
The Cullen College of Engineering extends its condolences to the family of Kaspar Willam, Emeritus Professor of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department. Willam passed away in January in his birthplace, Bezau, Austria.…
College Mourns Passing of Kaspar Willam
An assistant professor at the Cullen College of Engineering has been awarded a three-year, $505,286 grant from the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to advance research on digitizing bridges using robots, data and…
CEE's Hoskere wins grant to research digitizing Texas bridges
In an attempt to better regulate temperature in a variety of synthetic structures and gain a deeper understanding of biological systems, a newly published paper by researchers from the Cullen College of Engineering’s Civil and…
Paper by CEE’s Nakshatrala, Adhikari provides insight into temperature regulation in vascular systems
The American Society of Indian Engineers and Architects (ASIE) recently held its Annual Holiday Party, where they awarded scholarships to seven undergraduate and graduate students from the University of Houston's Cullen College…
Seven Cullen students earn 2023 ASIE scholarships
The Cullen College of Engineering is proud to announce 15 faculty promotions, effective starting the Fall 2023 semester. Promotions are listed by level, then alphabetically last name. All promotions are granted followed a…
Cullen promotes 15 faculty members for Fall 2023
Stop us if you've heard this one before: a petroleum engineer and an environmental engineer fly to Argentina to participate in the interscholastic Argentina Business Internship Program (ABIP), where they not only spend two months…
Pair of Cullen students complete summer internship in Argentina
The world is full of good ideas, but only some of them become viable and real. “You don’t see the full impact of a good idea until someone figures out a way to convert it to a usable product or service that has value, brings it…
Cullen teams place in UH Energy's Innovation Commercialization Competition