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Ask any 10-year-old what they want to be when they grow up, and chances are “an astronaut” is likely near the top of their list. For Michayal Mathew, a junior in the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University, that dream never faded with time. Spending much of his childhood in L…


Three former students and one current student of the Texas A&M University College of Engineering are building partnerships worldwide to benefit the college. Former students Andrew West (petroleum engineering), Brian Socha (industrial and systems engineering) and Drew Blanchard (biological and a…


When Andrew Salazar took the stage during this year’s Spark Conference, he was prepared but nervous. More than 200 students filled the Bethancourt Ballroom at Texas A&M University and all eyes were on the freshman engineering student. A year before he had been one of the many faces in the audie…


More than 100 Texas A&M University engineering students spent a Saturday learning how to become better leaders during the Accenture Leadership Symposium hosted by the Student Engineers’ Council (SEC).  “The Accenture Leadership Symposium is a perfect opportunity to develop the skills necessary …


Nearly 6,000 students packed Texas A&M University’s Reed Arena on Tuesday and Wednesday (Jan. 26 and 27), hoping to secure jobs and internships that will put their engineering careers on the right track after graduation. The annual Student Engineers’ Council (SEC) spring career fair brought in 2…


Standing on the upper deck of Reed Arena during this year’s Student Engineers’ Council (SEC) Career Fair, Andrew West looked down at the thousands of students below — each hoping to make a good impression on an industry representative. As SEC president, this event was the culmination of months of wo…


The Dwight Look College of Engineering’s Student Engineer's Council (SEC) welcomed more than 400 K-12 students to campus for the inaugural Spark conference. The conference centered around a day-long design competition for students. With a focus on innovation, teamwork and time management skills, stu…


Computer Science and Engineering student, Joanne Bruno, is the Student Engineers’ Council executive secretary at Texas A&M University. The Student Engineers’ Council (SEC) is the representative body for all students in the Dwight Look College of Engineering. SEC consists of more than 100 members…


Representatives from the Texas A&M Student Engineers' Council with Dr. M. Katherine Banks, vice chanellor and dean of engineering. From left to right: Ricky Palacios, Kate Fiorenzi, Ryan Haughey, Banks, Alex Herring, Paula Ikpatt, Matt Malek and Matt Krebs The Student Engineers’ Council (SEC…


Registration for the Fall 2013 Engineering Career Fair opened Feb. 26 and has already surpassed 50 percent capacity. The 2013 fair will be held at Texas A&M's Reed Arena September 10-11. The Engineering Career Fair, hosted by Texas A&M's Student Engineers' Council (SEC), is the largest stu…


From engineering comedians to a snowfield in the middle of campus, the week of Feb. 17–23 saw Texas A&M host a range of events for National Engineers Week, or E-Week. The national event aims to promote engineering in society, and Texas A&M's Student Engineers’ Council (SEC) scheduled events…


Texas A&M's Student Engineers' Council (SEC) will hold its annual Spring Career Fair Tuesday (Jan. 29) at Reed Arena on campus. The SEC Career Fair is the premier recruiting event for the Dwight Look College of Engineering and is planned, organized and staffed by the SEC. The fall career fair…