Archive for Undergraduate

One Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering undergraduate student at Texas A&M University had an outstanding school year, winning numerous awards and honors for his scholarly and leadership roles. Yashwant Prakash Vyas, a junior in the department, won the various awards for his servic…


Texas A&M University recently recognized 62 engineering students who earned their business management certificates. The business management certificate program is a joint program between the Dwight Look College of Engineering and Mays Business School. The program was established in 2005 to pr…


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…


Andrew Johnson, associate professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, has been selected as a member of the College Industry Council on Material Handling Education (CICMHE) for the 2014-2017 term. CICMHE connects academic researchers and industry partners to identify and execut…


On Thursday, May 8, Richard Vega, former undergraduate and soon-to-be graduate student of nuclear engineering, received Outstanding Thesis Award for the Undergraduate Research Scholars program as representation of the best undergraduate research thesis in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math at…


The Lynx Cub Payload Carrier (LCPC) developed jointly by the United States Rocket Academy and the Space Engineering Research Center, part of the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES), is a new research platform that promises to dramatically reduce space flight cost for small science an…


Joshua Harris '14, an undergraduate student in the Department of Aerospace Engineering, has been awarded a National Defense Science Graduate Fellowship (NDSEG) for 2014. The Department of Defense (DoD) awarded approximately 200 new three-year graduate fellowships in April 2014, with approximately 12…


The department would like to congratulate the 2014-2015 American Nuclear Society (ANS) scholarship and fellowship recipients.  Robert Pinkston, Angelo Biseti Memorial Scholarship Award William Sames, Walter Meyer Memorial Scholarship Award Ryan Kelly, Allan F. Henry/Paul A. Greebler Memorial Sc…


On Monday, April 14, the Department of Nuclear Engineering held its annual Awards and Recognition banquet in the Memorial Student Center. The primary purpose of this event is to highlight achievements of students, faculty and staff, and former students.  Over 75 attended, including former student…


Zachary Cannon, a computer science senior in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University, received the 2014 Community Student Employee of the Year Award at the Student Employee of the Year Ceremony held on April 16 in The Robert M. Gates Student Ballroom at the Tex…


Approximately 600 students will participate in one of the largest nation-wide events of its kind — the second-annual Texas A&M University Engineering Project Showcase — on April 25 from noon to 4 p.m. in Reed Arena. The event, presented by Engineering Academic and Student Affairs, is free and o…


Student Research Week 2014 was held March 24—28 at Texas A&M University. Department of Computer Science and Engineering senior capstone design students Ruiz Akpan, Stephen Chen, and Stephen Ten Eyck took second place in the poster competition's Mathematics/Statistics/Computer Science category wi…


More than 80 former students gathered at Texas A&M University at Qatar for the University's first former student reunion March 25 at Education City to highlight their connection to the University and to each other. The event is the firs…