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Rachel Hayden ‘89, president and founder of Hayden Consultants, Inc. and former American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Dallas branch president, was awarded the 2015 Civil Engineering Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Hayden was selected for her outstanding entrepreneurial efforts with her company,…


Seven nationally and internationally prominent scholars, including four who will be part of the Dwight Look College of Engineering, were inducted as Faculty Fellows of the The Texas A&M University Institute for Advanced Studies (TIAS) On Friday, Jan. 30. TIAS’ primary mission is to bring renowne…


On Wednesday, November 5, 2014, the Department of Mechanical Engineering held its first faculty investiture in the Gates Ballroom. This event enabled the department to publicly celebrate three of its most esteemed faculty, bestowing upon them one of the highest honors in academia, the awarding of an…


Last year Dr. Justin Yates, assistant professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, was presented the opportunity to build a team of students to partner with Citizens in Space and the United States Rocket Academy in designing and building a device that would carry experiments in…


Not everyone gets to meet the President of the United States. For Hudson High (right blue shirt), a Texas A&M graduate with a degree in industrial engineering, the opportunity was exhilarating and exhausting. He went to work at his job at the Ford Plant in Kansas City like he did every day. Exce…


Two Department of Computer Science and Engineering faculty members were among the recipients of the 2013-2014 Texas A&M College of Engineering Teaching, Service, and Contribution Awards. Dr. Lawrence Rauchwerger was recognized for his overall contribution in teaching, scholarly activities, and p…


Dr. Erick Moreno-Centeno, assistant professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, has won this year’s award for excellence in teaching operations research from the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) Operations Research Division.  Each year IIE presents a single award for ex…


The Department of Mechanical Engineering hosted their Fall 2013 Industrial Advisory Council (IAC) meeting on October 25th at the Reed McDonald Building at Texas A&M University. The meeting was attended by distinguished board members of the IAC, who are leaders in industry and government agencies…


William (Daniel) Whitten, a junior in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University, was announced the winner of the 2013 ASCO Numatics Industrial Automation Engineering Scholarship. The scholarship awards Whitten $5,000 toward his bachelor’s degree and also provides the Depa…


INVITING ALL STUDENTS, FACULTY & STAFF to come see where the future of rotating machinery is made today. Featuring state of the art research and top notch students. Dr. E. Peterson: shocking the world of combustion Dr. G. Morrison: exploring deep sea multiphase pumping D…


The Department of Mechanical Engineering congratulates Pallab Barai, Ph.D. candidate, for being awarded the Texas A&M Energy Institute ConocoPhilips Fellowship. This award is made possible by the Texas A&M Energy Institute and ConocoPhillips, and will be used to support his research project…


The September 2013 ASME magazine highlights Dr. Partha Mukherjee’s work in PEM (polymer electrolyte membrane) fuel cell electrodes in an article, “Cars without Combustion.” The article features innovative technology that researchers hope will make fuel cell vehicles more efficient and cost effectiv…


The Department of Mechanical Engineering is pleased to announce that Dr. Katepalli R. Sreenivasan will be with us for the month of August as eminent scholar in residence and a visiting professor of mechanical engineering and aerospace engineering. Sreenivasan is president of the Polytechnic Institu…


Texas A&M ranks 20th among top universities in the U.S. of schools that offer students the widest range of program options when it comes to engineering by OnlineCollegesDatabase.org. "U.S. colleges and universities have some of the best engineering programs and laboratories in the world," accor…