More than 100 engineering student projects to be showcased April 19

Logo for showcaseMore than 100 student team projects will be on display April 19 from noon to 4 p.m. in G. Rollie White Coliseum during the first-ever Texas A&M University Engineering Project Showcase.

The event, presented by Engineering Student Services and Academic Programs, is free and open to the public. The showcase will feature work developed by more than 100 multidisciplinary engineering teams from Capstone Design classes, AggiE-Challenge and student research projects. Project topics range from water purification, offshore drilling, sustainable energy and gaming.

View a full list of teams and project descriptions as well as additional information here.
 
Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with the students involved in each project to discuss their research and learn how the students have applied their knowledge from the classroom to the solution in their projects. Company representatives are invited to come and see the work of more than 500 engineering students and discuss with faculty collaborations on future student projects.

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Mary Ann Raatz said

This sounds like a real learning experience. I am so glad the research aspect is now a chief component in each student's education. Kudos!!