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Archive of Past Honorees

Pursuant to the recent merger of the Cullen College of Engineering and College of Technology, the Technology Alumni Association (TAA) is currently undergoing changes as part of this evolution. In the interim, the TAA will continue operations uninterrupted. New information and exciting opportunities will be posted when approved. Any comments, questions or concerns may be directed to the Cullen College of Engineering's Senior Director of Advancement, Margarita Pérez Frinsco at mperez47 [at] (mperez47[at]central[dot]uh[dot]edu).

Amanda HeathAmanda Heath

CCE Technology Division alumnus, Amanda Heath, won the Outstanding Volunteer Award, which was announced during the University Alumni Association 60th Annual Awards Gala, April 26, 2014. Amanda graduated in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Distribution from the Technology Division at the Cullen College of Engineering. While at UH, she was secretary of the Student Industrial Distribution Organization (SIDO) and was named their student of the year in 2002.

Chris HeitmanChris Heitman

When Chris Heitman graduated from UH in December of 2003, he'd learned how to exercise his body as well as his mind. "I learned to study while training at the campus rec center," said Heitman. "Now I can pretty much go through a 500 page book in about 2-3 weeks doing cardio."

Roz PactorRoz Pactor

When Roz Pactor reflects on her fondest UH memory, one person comes to mind. "Dr. Shirley Ezell had a great impact on me," Pactor said of the consumer science and merchandising professor. "What I do for UH today, I will do it for Dr. Ezell since she's been a big supporter of mine. I have a tremendous amount of respect for her. She knows what she's doing and she's committed to her students."

Kim Bruder Clarke Kim Bruder Clarke

The University of Houston was not Kim Bruder Clarke's first choice. "My intent was to go to LSU," Clarke said. "But in order to live at home and save some money I attended UH instead, and decided not to leave." That decision to attend the University of Houston was just the first in a chain of choices that Clarke did not see herself making in life that would eventually pull her out of her shell and shape her into the successful and outgoing woman she is today.